Top 5 "Meet Up" Groups to Join in the Woodstock Area
Oct 09, 2018 12:49PM
● By Linda Ditch
Here are the top 5 most active groups in the Woodstock area:
Quechee Area Camera Club (QACC)
With 59 members and counting, this is a diversified group of people who love photography and want to share ideas, knowledge, and photographs. The group welcomes everyone from beginners all the way to professionals from around the Upper Valley. Members use camera phones, point and shoots, and DSLRs. It’s all about taking photos. The group meets monthly on the second Tuesday, as well as taking several Photo Walks (field trips) each month. Every month they post several online assignments that you can participate in. The idea is to get out and try new things. Yearly dues are $22.50, and you pay on the website.
Upper Valley Trail Runners
This group is affiliated with the Upper Valley Running Club. They usually have a Thursday night group run, as well as a few spontaneous runs throughout the week. The average distance for their runs is around six miles, but they offer shorter runs as well. Most of these are social runs. Occasionally they have workouts and easy runs for beginners. This group boasts 763 members.
Lebanon/White River Junction Activities Group
Join this 890-member group if you want to meet new people and make new friends who like to experience the outdoors—skiing, hiking, biking, and kayaking. They also have informal gatherings for movies, dinners, and just to have fun.
The Upper Valley Mix and Mingle Singles
If you’re single and over 40, this group is for you. With 717 members, the group is a great way to meet others, make new friends, and enjoy a social evening.
Everyday Spirituality, Vermont Spiritual Meetup
Are you a spiritual adventurer? Meet with people from all different backgrounds in this 437-member group; they share a passion for spirituality to bring more meaning, purpose, and joy to daily life. You can share your spiritual experiences in an open, friendly setting where no one is pushing their beliefs on anyone else. The group offers informal spiritual discussions, workshops, and other events that will help you to explore your inner world and thrive spiritually. Their goals are to help members validate their spiritual experiences, understand what their experiences really mean, and gain new and advanced ways of exploring their inner worlds.