Progressive Dinner

Our annual marquee event, the progressive dinner, is scheduled for June 2nd. The progressive dinner is our biggest event, as well as our last official event of for the year before we break for summer.

The theme for dinner this year is barbecue. We’ll start the night at 5:30pm at Megan’s for appetizers (1812 Tyburn Ln). Around 7pm, we will split up into four groups for dinner. Groups will be assigned to dinner hosts by our organizers. Everyone will receive the name and address of their dinner host during the appetizer course. After dinner (around 9pm), we will all meet back up at Gina’s for dessert.

The cost is $35 per couple, which covers the catering fees. Please pay by cash or a check made out to Stephanie Cooper. The event will also be BYOB, so come with a bottle of wine or your favorite 6-pack.

RSVP by May 29th.

Wine & Chat

Join us May 17th, at 7pm for this month’s wine and chat., hosted by Juliana (167 Topsfield Road).

Wine and chat is a casual evening hosted every other month by one of our members, and it’s a great, low-key way to meet other newcomers. If this is your first event or your 25th, everyone is welcome!


Movie Night

Join us Wednesday, May 23rd, for our first movie club night!  We will run it like book club, so you can watch the movie on your own time and then come to meet for a discussion.  For our first meeting we chose a movie with an ensemble cast.  We will be discussing “Burn After Reading” with Brad Pitt, George Clooney & Frances McDonald.  It’s available on Netflix and at the library so you can get your hands on it!
We are meeting at Francis’s house (1025 Tall Trees Drive) at 7pm.  We’ll be taking suggestions for next month’s movie that night so come prepared!

May Book Club

Our book club pick this month is “Little Fires Everywhere” by Celeste Ng. Krista is our host 2614 Rossmoor Dr). See you Friday, May 25th, at 7:30pm .
Remember, even if you don’t have time to read the book, this is still a great time to meet and bond with other women in the club. Plus, this month’s book is about the relationships between mothers and daughters, a topic I’m sure we all have much to say about! 

Flower Sale Delivery

UPDATE! Volunteers needed!

As our fundraiser this year, the USC Newcomers partnered with the USC Boys Youth Lacrosse Club and USC High School Boys Lacrosse to sell mulch and flowers. May 5th is delivery day, and we need your help to get these orders out!

Please join us at the Cook School Road field on Saturday, May 5th, starting at 10am.  The delivery schedule for the grower has changed, and our time was pushed to a 10-11am delivery.  We will need volunteers to staff the pickup area at Cooks School Field and also to drive deliveries around the township.   Please RSVP!  This should only take a few hours, and we can come back to my house to  celebrate our hard work! And Cinco de Mayo! 🙂




New Members Event

Did you just join the club and are still wondering what you signed up for?
Would you like to meet others who are also new members and looking to make friends in their new community?
Have you been a member for several months now, but haven’t had the time to attend many things?
Did you finally look up from all the boxes you were unpacking and are thinking you need to get out more?
If you answered yes to any of these, this is the event for you. Join other new members on May 6th from 3-5:30pm at Frances’s house (1025 Tall Trees Dr). There will be hors d’oeuvres, drinks and plenty of good conversation as we get to know each other.

Pirates Game

Take me out to the ball game . . . For date night!

For the April couples night, we are going to see a Pirates game on the 28th. Meet up with the group outside the main gate at 5:30pm. Everyone can purchase their own tickets, and we’ll grab some pregame food nearby. The game starts at 7:05.


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