Our snowbirds take advantage of the many opportunities to socialize and meet new people. State-specific snowbird clubs allow winter visitors to discover like-minded individuals and find a home away from home. A shared love of the area brings these snowbirds together for weekly potlucks, annual events, and fundraisers.
State clubs, such as the Michigan Snowbird Club, always plan yearly events for club members, including monthly meetings, horseshoes, a blood drive, food drives, and a trivia night with other clubs. Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Missouri, Iowa, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and North Dakota/South Dakota also have active snowbird clubs that meet during the snowbird season. Casino trips, picnics, charity events, Mardi Gras parades, and golf outings are just a small portion of the activities club members enjoy.
Many organizations, such as the South Baldwin Community Theatre, eagerly welcome regular winter visitors for the annual snowbird show. While our snowbirds are the show’s stars, they also raise funds for the theater. Proceeds from the show assist the theater with major expenses. Get your tickets early, as they often sell out well in advance of the show and watch our calendar of events for dates and times.