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Looking for Fun + Connection?

We are a women’s social club open to all women in the area. Our membership is a mixture of long-time residents and those who arrived more recently. We welcome ladies from all of Williamson County and even have quite a few members from Travis County. It’s a fun group, where “new neighbors” turn into friends!

Community

Our diverse organization has much to offer women who share the desire to become involved in community.

Connection

We engage members in supporting social and civic causes for fun and philanthropy.

Friendship

The heart of our mission is friendship. Our events welcome newcomers and build enduring connections.

History

Started more than 40 years ago by a group of young mothers new to the area, Round Rock New Neighbors has flourished into a group of almost 200.

Photos With Class at Berry Springs Park in Georgetown

Photos With Class at Berry Springs Park in Georgetown

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Try us out!

Our calendar offers a range of activities for ladies to make new friends. There are so many events filled with food, fun and festivities. Ladies, you have come to the right place!

Our activities revolve around our Business/Luncheon Meeting and Interest Groups, which meet monthly. Groups try new restaurants, create, explore the arts, play games, garden, read books, go to movies, have events for single women, tour local attractions and help non-profits. Learn more.

You are invited to attend each of the New Neighbors scheduled activities one time before joining, so check out the calendar today!

ladies at Caring Hands

'Caring Hands' event in January in Austin

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What Members Say…

“If helping others reveals the best version of ourselves, then accepting help gives others a chance to reveal their best.”

That got me thinking about New Neighbors and what it has meant to me.  Yes, we have fun activities and events to participate in, but getting to the heart and soul of it all is the ...

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Marti Renger-Hopkins 
Marti Renger-Hopkins
Don’t know what I would have done without this group of ladies when we first moved here.  I’ve found lifelong friends.  They help me get to know the area and doctor recommendations, etc.  My husband even made friends with the other husbands.  Thank you so much!
Tamie Regnere 
Tamie Regnere

As I write this, I have been a Texas resident for exactly eight years. And a New Neighbors member for over seven. Moving to a new state, I needed to find a purpose, and friends, women with whom I could explore my new home, share adventures or a meal, and laugh a lot. I found that all when I saw an ad for a book club th...

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Ellen Kiefer 
Ellen Kiefer
I look forward to every event!  I’ve met some amazing women here and made some great friends.
Cindy Verheyden 
Cindy Verheyden
I was new to Texas and knew only my family here. My realtor introduced me to two ladies and they invited me to a luncheon. I joined and in time found several activities that sparked my interests. That was ten years ago! The friendships are priceless!
Linda Parmentier 
Linda Parmentier

Moving to a new area, or experiencing a change in life as I have, gives us new opportunities to make new friends, and with them come new memories. The following quote, by William Butler Yeats, embodies what New Neighbors of Greater Round Rock means to me, “There are no strangers here; only friends you haven’t met y...

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Maureen Cellura 
Maureen Cellura

I lived in Round Rock for 4 years before joining Round Rock New Neighbors. I wasn’t really looking to join any group but started talking to a lovely lady and her husband at a local fish fry who invited me to join her at a RRNN luncheon.  That one conversation has led me to meeting some super ladies, making ...

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Patricia Feltman 
Patricia Feltman

I’d lived in South Carolina for 13 years before the move to Texas in December of 1999 and was really (really) missing my friends.  Seeing the Round Rock New Neighbors ad in the Austin paper was definitely heaven-sent and I’ve enjoyed the game groups, the always changing activities, the luncheons and I truly tr...

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Gwen Sticklen 
Gwen Sticklen

A sorority sister invited me to the May 2021 luncheon in Old Settlers Park – our first luncheon since COVID restrictions were eased. Do you remember how cold it was that day? But we were so excited to be together we braved it! I joined RRNN that day.

A few weeks later I went to breakfast and two kind souls, who h...

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Amy Garcia 
Amy Garcia
Friendship! Fun times! Games!
Bobbie Mapp 
Bobbie Mapp

I came to Texas in 2016 without knowing a soul, very sad to leave all my friends behind.  Within a few months I met a woman who told me about New Neighbors. Being desperate for friends my age, I jumped on it.  This club was a life saver!  I first attended a Coffee, and no sooner walked in when several wo...

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Marcy Delgado 
Marcy Delgado

I moved in with my daughter and her growing family in 2018. I was introduced to RRNN by way of Beth and Stella. Stella took me to a luncheon introducing me to so many ladies that my head swam. The Gardening Gals was my first group to attend and from there it has turned into go, go, go, making new friends and seeing new...

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Judy Steele 
Judy Steele
I joined New Neighbors of Greater Round Rock to meet people in the community having recently moved here from California.  Everyone is so friendly!
Melissa Reyes 
Melissa Reyes
When I first moved here, I wanted to meet women in my age group, so I joined.  The ladies are very friendly & the interest groups are fun, entertaining & educational.
Heather Lieterman 
Heather Lieterman
I was invited by my Bridge playing friends to join New Neighbors.  I love the variety of people involved & the variety of activities.
Jan Percy 
Jan Percy
I moved to Round Rock during the early part of COVID.  It gave me a chance to meet women.  Friends at Church invited me to join New Neighbors.  Also, I’ve dealt with depression for years & all of the groups made it easy for me to get out of the house.
Susan Fulton 
Susan Fulton
I joined New Neighbors because I was new to the area & wanted to meet & connect with friendly women & to make friends.  What I like best about the organization are the people & the various activities such as trips, luncheons, coffees & socials.
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