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To find a list of upcoming events, go to the and click on the area in which you are interested.
Contact us if you do not see your area or information is incorrect and let us know how we can fix what is wrong.
To find special events that people need to know about in advance, such as trips, leagues, courses, galas, missions and vacations, from the home page, go to your local area and click the Special link.
This lists events advertised in that local area only. The event may be taking place somewhere else. For example, a trip advertised in South Florida may be going to the Bahamas. You will find this trip in the South Florida area, not the Bahamas area.
To find events offered nationally or internationally, such as conventions and trips, including singles travel, from the home page, click on any major area, such as the United States or Europe, or from any area page, click the Trips+ link.
This lists events advertised in that major area, plus events advertised worldwide. The event may be taking place somewhere else. For example, a trip advertised in the United States may be going to France. You will find this trip in the United States area, not in the France area.
The above tips show you how to find events by where the event is advertised. To find trips by where they take place, such as a trip to Costa Rica, go to the bottom of most pages and click the Find link.
The Find page lets you specify a variety of search criteria, such as the country where the event takes place.
If there are too many events in a country, to narrow your search to just those events advertised as Trips+, select Nationwide and Worldwide in the Publicize field.
Do not select an Area or Areaparent because that limits your search to the area in which the event is advertised.
Be aware that a trip that goes to more than one country, will only have one country specified. For example, a trip that goes first to Poland and then to Israel may have either Poland or Israel specified as the country, but not both.
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You can help grow the event listing in your area by encouraging organizations to list their events.
See our Promotion Letter for a page you can print and give to organizations.
Contact us if you would like to hand out flyers or cards when you attend events. Include your name and address and we will mail you some.
These are effective measures and will soon result in a thorough listing in your area. Plus it's fun. Handing out cards is a great way to meet people.
Contact us if you do not see any events in your area, and usually you do, there may be a technical problem.
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