Don’t miss all our fall happenings…check out our great events. and check back frequently to see what else is new!
Annual Meeting, Newton, October 22, 2017
After Work Cocktail Party, Back Bay, October 26, 2017
Halloween Ghost Walk, Boston, October 29, 2017
Events Planning Meeting, Concord, November 1, 2017
Sing A Long, Chestnut Hill, November 4, 2017
Bod Borg Questing Adventure, Malden, November 5, 2017
Sunday Brunch, November 12, 2017
Non-Fiction Book Club, November 12, 2017
Classic Film Night, Dedham, November, 15, 2017
After Work Cocktail Party, Newton, November 30, 2017
Annual Holiday Party, Newton, December 16, 2017
Rock and Roll Dance, March 2018
Sitzundjibers is a private singles social club made up of professional men and women aged 45+. We are doctors, lawyers, teachers, CEOs, scientists, engineers, technologists, artists, writers, producers, designers and business people. Our members live in Boston and the surrounding suburbs including the north and south shores. We even have a few members from NH and RI.
Sitzundjibers Social Club was formed in 1955 by a group of young, single, well-educated, hard-working and upwardly mobile professionals. They had found themselves lacking an active social life, as they witnessed more and more friends and classmates moving on to marriage, babies and the suburbs.
The club name is a bit tongue-in-cheek. It’s made-up German: Sitz from skiing — a sitzmark is a rut left in the snow from an ungraceful fall; Jibers from sailing — a jibe is when a sailing boat turns its stern through the wind. In other words: Skiers and Sailors.
This club does not have a staff. We are most interested in recruiting members who will be active volunteers in the planning and running of events. Sitzundjibers strives to maintain a gender balance when considering candidates for membership in the club.
If you are interested in joining us, we encourage you to attend our “After Works”. These are generally held twice a month at area hotels or restaurants. There is no cost to attend. These are posted on our associated “Meet-up” site: Boston’s Premier Social Group. Non-members can sign up for events by registering on that site.