If I were to move there, I am hoping that the allergy relief I am expecting would make it possible for me to become as active as I was not that long ago (before my allergy and sinus problems became as severe as they have been in the past few years).That would mean in particular: salsa dancing (and possibly other types of dancing), going to concerts, possibly taking advantage of outdoors activities, and perhaps taking some classes.
Isn't that mostly the result of people getting married and having families?And there aren't any singles groups that are active here either (that I've found).I'm used to singles groups that have dances every weekend or hiking groups or just pot lucks etc.I believe there is one fairly new group called Cosmopolitans or something but you have to be 50 or over to join and I'm not there yet. ;-) I've noticed the group speed dating thing has started to take off here and they have them for different age groups.I think some of my friends and I would welcome a few single men in their 40's that weren't interested in the 20 somethings and that are not afraid to ask someone their own age to dance.LOL And if you can salsa, you'll be sought after believe me.
I met some of my closest friends in a salsa exercise class.
Seriously, from what I've seen in my two years here, not too many places really cater to 30's, 40's or 50's -- not like in other places I've lived like Houston, Austin and the DC area.
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I've seen a couple comments either directly stating or suggesting that Albuquerque doesn't have much of a singles scene for people who aren't in their 20s. Would it really typically be so difficult for someone my age?