Frequently Asked Questions
Q: I want to join. Whom do I contact?
A: Membership dues cost is updated yearly and prorated by time of year. Please see membership registration for current dues. Dues covers expenses such as luncheon room rental, guest speakers and other program costs, newsletter publishing and mailing, website maintenance, and other miscellaneous items.
Membership allows participation in all luncheons, programs, and social events. Membership benefits also include receipt of a monthly group activity newsletter, events calendar, and access to the members-only information and communication features of this website.
For more information, please send an email to newcomersclubofgreaterseattle with your home address and phone number.
TO JOIN - Please CLICK HERE to register and pay dues online or by check.
Q: Is the Newcomers Club of Greater Seattle a nonprofit organization?
A: Yes, Newcomers is a nonprofit social club. Member dues are not considered a tax deduction. Consult your accountant for advice.
Q: I need more information about Newcomers. Whom do I contact?
A: Our membership director will send you more information. Send your questions to newcomersclubofgreaterseattle We hope to see you at a Newcomer event very soon!
Q: I can’t remember my PASSWORD. What do I do?
A: To create a new password follow these instructions:
Q: I'm a club member who needs access to Dashboard can I logon once rather than twice?
A: Yes. Please log on to WordPress from HERE
If you need more help please contact our web administrator
Events & Liability Disclaimer
All Newcomers events and activities are featured in the monthly Newsletter.
If you are a Newcomers member, you may participate in the Activities, Meetings, Lunches and special events listed. RSVPs may be required for certain activities due to venue constraints. Please contact the event coordinator for more details.
There is a no refund policy for cancellation of attendance after the reservation deadline.
Newcomer's members and their guests who participate in any of the activities, interest groups and social events do so at their own risk. Newcomers cannot be held responsible for any losses or injuries that may occur as a result of participation in such activities. Non-members may attend one or two events as a guest, then membership is required.