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Featured Events:

[Our featured events are also announced on Facebook.]

Friday, March 6, 2015 (6pm) – Sunday, March 8, 2015 (noon)

SNOWBALL 41 (Regional Gathering of Central New Jersey Mensa)
Iselin, NJ – all weekend
“Come join CNJM for Snowball 41. Snowball is the longest-running and best RG the United States has to offer. Beautiful hotel, close to a train station, outstanding included hospitality, huge game room, riveting programs, and the company of the brightest people in the world. Registration is $75 until Feb. 21. Day rates: Friday $35; Saturday $45. Saturday night buffet: $25 until sold out. Little India is just down the road.

All info: or Andrea G. at .
Just minutes from Staten Island, Snowball is the nearest RG to much of our NY area.

Hotel Woodbridge at Metropark (formerly the Hilton Woodbridge), 120 Wood Ave. S., Iselin NJ 08830; (732) 494-6200; .
Room rate of $106 is guaranteed "only until our block of rooms is sold out. Mention CNJM to get the special rate".

What is a Regional Gathering?
“Each weekend-long Regional Gathering, or RG, usually features speakers; games; a Hospitality room with food, beverages and lots of socializing; and often a little something special, a signature program or activity that the hosting local group injects into the event to make it their own.
While some long-established RGs draw hundreds of attendees, most are much smaller. (Snowball gets a few hundred.)
Approximately 40 RGs are held around the US every year, and all are planned and staffed by local volunteers.”

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Third-Thursday Speaker Meeting (Third of a series.)
Manhattan 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
There is no cost, however those in attendance are expected to order food and drink.
Topic: ???
Stone Creek Bar & Lounge
140 E 27th St (between 3rd Ave & Lexington Ave), New York NY, 212-532-1037 [on Facebook]


Check here (the website) or CalendarPhone 1-855-411-4696 (1-855-411-GNYM) for up-to-the-minute information.

Greater New York Mensa is the Local Group for Downstate New York. That is, New York City (the boroughs of Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island) and the adjoining New York State counties of Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, Rockland and Putnam.

Greater New York Mensa (GNYM) is one of the oldest and largest local Mensa groups in the world, and the original home of the American Mensa national office.

What is Mensa?

Mensa is an international society with only one requirement for membership: a score in the top 2 percent on a standardized IQ test. Mensa follows no political agenda and holds no opinions, but rather serves two purposes:

(1) as a social organization, it provides a means of assembly and communication for its members, and

(2) under the auspices of MERF (Mensa Education and Research Foundation), Mensa promotes research and understanding in the area of human intelligence.

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