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We are Your Neighbors!

In 1994, new to the area, Barbara Burrows placed an ad in the local paper inviting other newcomers to her home for coffee – thus began the organization that became New Neighbors of Gig Harbor. Today, the organization has nearly 1,000 members who participate in their choice of over 60 activity groups including a variety of book clubs, hiking, biking, dining, art groups, cards and games, men’s groups, and regional outings. All of these groups are led by member volunteers and new groups are formed with Board approval when 10 or more members have an interest that isn't currently covered by one of our groups. We hold monthly Membership Business Luncheons with fabulous speakers covering a wide array of topics. In keeping with the tradition of Barbara's initial gathering, New Neighbors hosts a new and prospective member coffee in a current member home or a local coffee shop each month. To accommodate a variety of schedule demands, we also hold evening and weekend gatherings to better accommodate diverse schedules.

Join Us!

If you are interested in learning more and/or attending an informational meeting, please email us at

* Note that membership is limited to people residing in the following zip codes: 98332, 98335, 98329 and 98333

If you are ready to join, just click the "New Member Signup" button (above).

*Current members having technical issues should contact the help desk at helpdesk@gigharbornewneighbors.comPlease include your phone number. 

Here are some of the fun things we do...

The Pedal Pals group takes bicycle rides a couple of times a month during summer.

Why Not? happy hours are held twice a month.
We have a very active Hiking group with hikes twice a month and a weekly Walking group.
Essentially Single Women gathering at Zog's on Fox Island

Explore Washington visits all kinds of places (here at Washington State Capitol).

Our Pickleball group plays weekly in the summer. 
Gig Harbor is a Beautiful Place to Live!
Get out and explore it with New Neighbors

Gig Harbor Slides
* Most photos by New Neighbor Gerald Reed - Thank you!