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singles groups in the area, attracts ages 30-plus. Speakers lead the
evening with non-sectarian discussion (topics range from "Club
Med" to "being single"). DJ dancing and refreshments.
Meets every Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the Unitarian Church, Cherry Hill
mixer, 329 Village Road East, Princeton Junction, 7 p.m. $5.
30-plus, meets Wednesday 8:30 p.m., Bridgewater Manor, Routes 202
and 206. $9.
(140 people) of an international social club that dates back to the
1930s. Men must be at least 6-foot-2 and women at least 5-foot-10.
Tall Friends, 99 percent of whom are single, meet once a month.
Allen Hodgson. Website: http://tall.org/clubs/nj/central.
for "marriage-minded" professional singles that meets twice
a month at fine restaurants. Mates are grouped together according
to age (20s to 40s, and 30s to 50s) and there are roughly 35 members
to date. Contact: Jean Lloyd.
Covered dish supper and conversation, meets Princeton YMCA, second
and fourth Thursdays, at 7 p.m. $1 if you bring a dish; $5 if you
for ages 45 and up that meets on the third Thursday of each month
at restaurants in Mercer and Bucks counties. There are no dues or
dinner surcharges. Contact: William V. Wolff at
marriage-minded singles in central and northern New Jersey, 20s
40s. Culinary classes, getaways, and after-work networking parties
club for your head," this venue, popular with singles, is located
in Langhorne and is coming to Princeton in January. Instructors on
the national circuit teach everything from scuba diving to "Using
the Internet to Find Your Soul Mate" to "Guerrilla Dating
Tactics." Website: http://www.learningstudio.com.
singles network that uses full motion video so members can view, hear,
and meet candidates online. Based in Rutherford, the service costs
$99.95 for headshots and full-motion video and $0.25 a minute.
http://www.lovemate.com. Contact: Kai D. Patterson.
night-out, 30s through 60s. E-mail: email@example.com.
A non-profit with the motto: "Connect by Helping Others."
For activities listing visit
or 610-353-8248, a 30,000-member organization that hosts nearly 50
activities per month at locations in Philadelphia and central New
Jersey. House parties, dances, seminars, barbecues. Also Voice
Ads and an introduction service for shy singles. Median age is late
40s; 60 percent are women. Events: hotline: 800-537-3859. Contact:
Ralph Israel. Http://www.pbsninfo.com. One-year membership,
exclusively for grads of Ivy League or other "excellent"
scene that brings singles together at Top 40 dance parties in 30
north Jersey and Central Jersey locations, $12. Ages 30s, 40s, and
50s. Contact: Sy Bassman. For a schedule visit
first and third Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at Tokar Club,
1519 Main Street, Rahway. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
for Relational Counseling, meets second Friday every month for ages
30-plus at 7:30 p.m.
people who want to improve their public speaking, leadership, and
communications skills, meets second and fourth Fridays at 7:30 p.m.
at Fleet Bank, Rocky Hill. Contact: Linda Mayerik.
for Princeton-area Ph.Ds.
for professional singles, ages 40 to 59 in private homes in Princeton.
750-person social club that hosts three to five restaurant affairs
per month, including a trip to Le Bec Fin. Contact: Florence Weltman.
One-year membership, $99.
35-plus in Bucks County, typically the Holiday Inn on Street Road,
every Friday, at 9 p.m., $5.
New Brunswick, 732-249-5560. Meets one Friday per drama production;
the price is a single ticket.
732-246-7717. Lambda Theater Night once a month. This group attracts
from 50 to 100 people ages 25 to 45.
University Place, 609-683-8000. Food and entertainment after the show.
ski and social club with 225 members that meets the first Wednesday
of each month at the Novotel in Princeton. Contact: Lisa Gold.
Avenue, Asbury Park, 732-863-4909. Meets every Sunday morning in the
realtor’s lot across Hillside Avenue from Willie’s Tavern, Route 202.
Hikes are usually $5. Bring water. No reservations are required.
East Brunswick, 732-937-9317. Tennis parties October through April.
Hill Road, 609-490-0719. Men and women welcome. Meets 8 p.m. every
732-246-7717. Lambda Theater Night once a month.
buffet and discussion at the Princeton YMCA, second and fourth
at 7 p.m. $1 if you bring a dish, $5 if you don’t.
with more than 100 members that meets for houseparties, dining, and
swing dancing. Due are $25 a year.
4315 Route 1, Monmouth Junction, 609-799-9000 or 609-426-1174. For
singles 35 and up.
Jewish Center, 732-446-9570. For ages 30 to 53, with mailing list
of over 850. Contact Larry Gens.
Hightstown Presbyterian Church every Sunday at 2 p.m.
and sophisticated" 35-plus dance parties. Contact: Louise.
Bridge, 732-222-5528. Monday evening dinners. Rap session, $3.
the ages 35 and 39 that meets in private homes for parties. Chinese
buffet dinner on December 25 in East Brunswick.
young Jewish singles group for Philadelphia and southern New Jersey.
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