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Does anyone live in the DFW area?  Would love to find new friends to go to dinner / movie / shopping / travel / cards /  you know... find some friends.

 

Tina


Hi @tinan472984  And welcome to the online community!

 

I'm not in Dallas-Fort Worth, but I have a suggestion for you: check out your local Senior Center. You can take classes (ours offers everything from computer literacy classes to zoomba and spin classes). Our also offers group trips: trips to the movies, trips to museum, birding walks, hikes. And there are lecture series. You can also find new friends by volunteering. I've connected with so many engaged, lively, fun seniors this way. Smiley Happy

 

Best wishes,

Epster

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Does anyone live in the DFW area?  Would love to find new friends to go to dinner / movie / shopping / travel / cards /  you know... find some friends.

 

Tina

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