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[EXCERPT] Join a club.

Whatever you enjoy doing, there’s probably a group of seniors nearby who share your interest and meet regularly. Check social media and your new home’s senior centers to find book clubs, gardening groups, and social hours at local cafes. If you plan to dedicate a big part of your retirement to lowering your handicap or fixing your backhand, join an athletic club.

You can also investigate national organizations that might have chapters near you, such as:

  • The National Audubon Society A community dedicated to birds and nature.
  • Red Hat Society A worldwide membership society for women.
  • AARP Besides those great discounts, AARP offers social events and educational resources for seniors.
  • Good Sam A community for recreational vehicle and camper enthusiasts, which also offers its members travel discounts.

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