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Dating Tips For Seniors

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by PurpleFox, Jul 2, 2015.

  1. Dating Tips For Seniors Tip #1:
    Look for places where eligible Seniors hang out. There are many places in your own town that cater specifically to people your own age. Local clubs, the Retired Serviceman’s League and the local Senior Center will have lots of resources, and are all great places where you might be able to find a date or meet someone.

    Dating Tips For Seniors Tip #2:

    Think outside the box. Try signing up for dancing or golfing lessons and socialize with others in the class. Go out to bingo, find a reading club, look for church groups, or the local boating club. There’s art clubs, bird watching and even hiking clubs. Check you local paper daily for a schedule of these events. You’ll not only find an eligible pool of dates, but you’ll also find people who share your same interests.

    Dating Tips For Seniors Tip #3:

    Look in your local penny saver paper or even your local daily newspaper for events and resources. There are barn dances, spaghetti dinners, charitable events of all kinds, Elks lodge events, Kiwanis Club events, pancake breakfasts, wine tastings, craft shows, and many other events where you can meet people.

    Dating Tips For Seniors Tip #4:

    If you can’t find anyone locally, try looking online. Get yourself a Facebook account and do a search. You’ll find many people in your own or surrounding areas with whom you can exchange emails and perhaps start a relationship with.

    Dating Tips For Seniors Tip #5:

    This might be the best tip of all: volunteer. Find a charitable organization that you want to lend a hand with and sign up. You’ll not only be helping yourself find a date, but you’ll also be helping the people in your local community. And who knows…maybe one of the other volunteers has an aunt, uncle or grandparent that could use some company too.
     
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