*** Seacoast Newcomers Club Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic ***
The health and safety of our members, families and the greater Seacoast community is paramount.
As we begin to offer some in-person club activities, we ask members to follow CDC and
State requirements and guidelines when participating in these activities.
Now in its 50th year, Seacoast Newcomers Club (SNC) offers its members the opportunity to make new friends, share common interests, and participate in a wide variety of social, educational, and philanthropic activities.
Our 200+ members live on the New Hampshire Seacoast, southern coast of Maine or the northeast coast of Massachusetts, which we collectively call the Seacoast area.
We are a member-run organization. We encourage all members to assist in ways small and not so small- from helping with refreshments, to organizing a Special Interest Group, to taking on one-time event tasks or to taking on one of our 10+ Board positions.
Who Can Join Us?
Whether you are new to the Seacoast area or are a long-time resident, we welcome women who are looking to enjoy new friendships while sharing favorite interests and nurturing new ones.
Once you have joined SNC, you are welcome to stay a member for as long as you desire. We have several 15+ year members, as well as many new members.
As a Seacoast Newcomers Club member, you can:
Our Club Stories
Our members join SNC for a variety of reasons. Here are a few of our stories:
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Each year we designate a local non-profit organization as our Community Service. This year, we are supporting Gather whose mission is "To make the Greater Seacoast a hunger-free community."
A portion of the annual membership dues, as well as proceeds from other fundraisers throughout the year are donated to the charity. Last year, our members donated very generously, even during COVID, to our designated charity, which was End 68 Hours of Hunger. End 68 Hours of Hunger is a public non-profit effort to confront the approximately 68 hours of hunger that some school children experience between the free lunch they receive in school Friday and the free breakfast they receive in school Monday.
Members Enjoying Club Activities
Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
Through our SIGs, we offer a wide range of activities, which give our members opportunities to meet during the day or evening for crafts, games, social or outdoor activities. Some events include spouses or partners.
*Includes spouses or partners