a reply to: NarcolepticBuddha
My best suggestions:
1. Jr colleges . . . art classes, communications classes, psychology classes, sociology classes, anthropology classes [such social sciences classes
afford--in most cases, a chance to hear where others are coming from], crafts classes--e.g. pottery, jewelry, welding, carpentry, cabinetry, flower
arranging, . . .
2. Square dancing and other older style dancing groups
3. Churches--particularly those with home groups; age focused groups;
4. Volunteer organizations
5. Old Folks homes. They have relatives--usually.
6. Travel groups
7. card playing groups
8. gardening groups
9. animal rescue groups
10. birding groups
11. Wilderness clean-up &/or trail building groups
12. Sports groups--runners, skaters, surfers, skiing, fishing, Frisbee golf, golf, hunters, backpackers, hikers, wall climbers, tennis, rowing, fly
13. cooking groups
14. parenting groups
15. book reading groups
16. learning to fly or sail plane groups
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You'll have to PUT YOURSELF OUT THERE . . . yet not be nor appear toooo desperate, clingy or eager for companionship. Be confident, interesting,
stable, well able to handle life as you are instead of looking for a life ring of a new relationship.