From Branded Fitness Communities to Boomer-Friendly Boat Cruises

By: Jana Pijak - Mar 24, 2015
When one thinks of engaging social activities, a dinner with friends may come to mind but these ideas are offer so much more. The examples aim to strengthen bonds through a range of fun activities that are based on one's personal interests.

They include cyclist wine tours, inclusive sport memberships and global run clubs that encourage one to get active while meeting like-minded people. In addition to fitness-focused social activities, this list also includes travel and business-inspired clubs that connect young entrepreneurs in various industries.

Examples like The Grace List and New York's Parlor social club come to mind and are created to bring together young professionals with an appreciation for fine food, world travel and invaluable networking events.

Moreover boomer and senior-focused social activities are becoming more popular among individuals who aren't letting their age stand in the way of adventure.