Seacoast Newcomers Club


About Us

The Seacoast Newcomers Club (SNC) is a social club established over 50 years ago. We offer 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 primarily 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; as a member, the more engaged you are, the better our club. Past experience is not required to help - from serving refreshments, organizing events and activities or serving on the Board.

Join Us Today

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 your favorite interests and nurturing new ones.

To submit an online membership application, click here and follow the prompts. If you have any questions, please contact Amy Capasso.  


Membership Benefits

As a Seacoast Newcomers Club member, you can:

  • Access the Members Only area of this website where you will find lots of information about club activities and events. As well as entrance to our Member Directory.

  • Participate in our many group activities. These include: Special Programs, luncheons, coffees and any of the more focused  Special Interest Groups ("SIGs"). 

  • Support our selected Community Service. This is a small, non-profit organization we donate to through optional raffles and with a portion of our annual club dues.

  • Download a free App to your smartphone and take the member directory, event calendar and other SNC information with you.

Click here for our Frequently Asked Questions.

Our Club Stories

Our members join SNC for a variety of reasons.  Here are a few of our stories:

I joined SNC when I moved to the Seacoast area 20+ years ago. It was a great way to make new friends. Later I served in multiple board positions, including President of SNC. Today, I participate in several Special Interest Groups, where I spend time with long-term friends and enjoy meeting new members.
Our family relocated to the Seacoast area in 2017. I joined SNC and found activities that I could do in the morning and evening that fit within my work schedule.
After living in the Seacoast area for many years, I retired from a very busy professional career. One of my neighbors recommended that I join SNC. Since joining, I have participated in some of the fitness-related Special Interest Groups. Also, my husband and I joined the Wine Tasting Special Interest Group. SNC has been a great way to make new friends and share my knowledge of the Seacoast area with those who are new to the area.


Community Service

Each year the Newcomers Club selects a non-profit organization to support through a portion of the annual club dues, as well as optional raffles.

This year our board has selected Hospice Help Foundation as our designated charity. Their mission is to provide financial assistance to hospice patients and their families with dire financial need to increase their quality of life and lift the financial and emotional burdens accompanying a terminal diagnosis.

Since 2008 Hospice Help Foundation has been providing assistance to hundreds of hospice patients of all ages and from all backgrounds. 



Members Enjoying Club Activities

Come, join the fun!

Please Donate to the Hospice Help Foundation!

Every donation, no matter the size, make it possible to reach the many people in need right now!

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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.

Baking & Cooking:

Culinary Capers

 

Dining Out:

Breakfast Buddies

Beer & Wine:

Brew Pub Club*

 

Discussion Group:

Book Club- A World of Stories


Wine Tasting*

 

Sports & Exercise:

Aerobic Walking

Cards & Games:

Bunco

 


Chair Yoga


Canasta   



Golf


Cribbage

 

 

Kayaking
  Low Key Bridge     Snowshoeing & Cross-Country Skiing
  Mah Jongg - Taiwanese Variant     Walking in Exeter
Crafts:

The Knitting Connection

   
Community Service:Low Tiders Beach Clean-Up      

*Includes spouses or partners

Community Service:

Low Tiders Beach Clean-Up

 
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