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When we asked people living in United States about club and activities where newcomers can meet others, they responded...

"Meeting people in the United States can be done in many different ways. One popular way is to join local interest groups, such as book clubs, recreational sports teams, or board-game nights. Another avenue is volunteering with non-profit organizations, which not only provides an opportunity to connect with new people but also is a great way to give back to the community. Last but not least, attending festivals, conventions, and other public events is a great way to mingle and make new friends. With so many different methods available, there is sure to be something for everyone," explained one expat living in United States.

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"Most restaurants have midweek activities (trivia night etc.) Downtown has many parades an regular events called Jump Up. Triathlon Federation is great for athletes, as is the Humane Society for pet lovers," said another expat in Christiansted, US.

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