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People come and go but the charm of Dayton is forever. However, if you’re one of the people who just arrived in downtown Dayton and need to build up a new friend base just read ahead. We’ve got 5 great tips for making new friends in Dayton.
This single website is the most perfect tool for finding like-minded people to add to your crew. Just make a quick free profile and you’re on the way to finding people who enjoy to do what you do. The site has a wide variety of interest groups in the Dayton area from those that enjoy doing the occasional happy hour at a local bar to a fun crew to play board games until dawn with. Groups range from completely free to a small annual due that covers costs, and meet up expenses vary depending on activity.
If you’re more of a traditional friend finder, Dayton has a wide variety of clubs to join. The area is home to many groups based on heritage. Check out the Dayton Liederkranz-Turner (German-American Club), Dayton Polish Club, or India Club of Dayton.
There’s also a wide variety of religious organizations and churches in the area that host many social groups within. Try searching for your chosen denomination near you, or contact your prior institution to see if they have an area recommendation.
Let’s play! It may be that easy for kids to make friends, but adults can find friends through sporting groups fairly easily as well. Many local clubs offer specialized sporting teams or a variety to get out there and play with a new group of people.
Are you working your way up towards hikes but need to start at a slower pace? Try the group walk from Courthouse Square during the warmer months!
One of the best things about First Place Apartments isn’t a thing…it’s the people! Follow our Facebook page to keep tuned in to resident events and parties, or check out the bulletin board in the downstairs lobby.