Welcome to Charlottesville!

Have you recently moved to the Charlottesville area? Are you at a new stage in life and interested in meeting new people with common interests? Or are you a resident of the area who would enjoy the activities of an established social club?

The Charlottesville Newcomers Club is an active, fun, friendly organization of men and women who want to make your transition to the area easy, and your life in Charlottesville enjoyable. The Club welcomes all residents of Charlottesville and of nearby counties such as Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa and Nelson.

Our Club has over 400 members and offers a wide range of activities and events. Members enjoy meeting new people, making friends, joining in social and recreational activities, learning more about the area, and getting involved in the community. There is something for everyone in the Charlottesville Newcomers Club. 

We invite you to look over our activities. Then contact us today and begin making friends and connections. We are looking forward to getting to know you!

May Calendar

Finally able to enjoy the spring weather? Do it with your Newcomers friends! Check out our May calendar, which was sent to members in the newsletter on April 15. If you aren't a member, but want to join, here's what you need to know.


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May 15 Luncheon at Spring Creek

Our luncheon will be held at the lovely Clubhouse of the Spring Creek gated golf community.  We have reserved the Celebration Room for our final luncheon of the 2017-18 season.  Enjoy the golf course and pond views as you dine in the peaceful surroundings of this attractive setting.

Our scheduled speaker is Sara Bon-Harper, Executive Director of James Monroe‘s Highland in Albemarle County. Sara earned a PhD in Anthropology from the University of North Carolina (UNC) and a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and Classics from the University of Arizona. She has taught at UVA and UNC, and conducted archaeological research and trained students in Europe and North America. Ms. Bon-Harper will enlighten us as to the discovery of the Monroe home, built in 1799.

Refer to your May newsletter for registration details.

Did You Get Your Newsletter?

May newsletters were e-mailed to all members on April 15. If you don't have yours, check your spam folder. To make sure you get your newsletter regularly, add cvillenewcomers@fastmail.com to your contacts.