Newcomers' Club London
The London Newcomers' Club is a social club to help connect women in London, Ontario, Canada. Membership is open to women who have recently moved to the London area (within the last three years) or women who have been recently separated, divorced or widowed (within the last three years)
The club has a number of activities that cover a wide range of interests; you are invited to participate in those activities that appeal to you. Remember that each person's skill level is different and you do not have to be expert at anything in order to participate - just join in for fun and friendship. Activities normally run from September 1 to June 30 of each year.
Our “get-acquainted” information/schedule meetings are -Cherryhill Public Library (Katz Room) at 301 Oxford Street West (in the Cherryhill Mall).
Meetings will always be on a Tuesday evening at 7:00 PM – August 30, September 27, November 1, NOTE - the January 24 information night will be held at:
Masonville Library, 30 North Centre Rd. (Across from the Masonville Mall) London at 7:00 pmMarch 7th will be back to the regular location as above.
Come out and hear about the club!
There are Newcomers' clubs all across Canada and you may want to consider checking the National web site should you be thinking of moving to see if there is a club in your proposed new area. Each club has different by-laws governing its members.
The National Council of Newcomers' Clubs meets once a year to hold its Annual General Meeting or AGM.
All Newcomers' club members (including Alumnae) are welcome to attend the National AGMs and hold executive positions. For more information, check out their web site.