Social club for Comox Valley singles offers a variety of activities

The Comox Valley Singles’ Social Club would like to invite new members to join our group and enjoy the holiday season with other singles in the community.

The group was originally formed for singles to get together and have dinner in a restaurant together. It was a great concept that quickly grew as more people heard about it. It is a way for singles to go out to dinner in a relaxed friendly atmosphere without the pressure of dating or eating out alone. The group meets for dinner at a different restaurant every second Tuesday evening.

In addition to the bi-weekly dinners, the group has done potluck dinners (including one on Christmas day), walks, barbecues, dances, beach parties and mushroom picking.

Many of our members are over the age of 50, however singles of any age are welcome to join our group. There is no obligation and the only cost is for the activities you choose to take part in.

For more info go to comoxvalleysingles.weebly.com or send an email to cvsinglesdinnerclub@gmail.com.

 

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