Where New Faces Become Old Friends

Are you new to Madison, Wisconsin?  Newly retired?  Who's New in Madison is a social organization that helps new residents of Madison, Wisconsin become familiar with the many things our community has to offer and to promote friendships through a variety of social opportunities and interest groups for making lasting friendships.  

We also encourage long-standing residents of Madison who may have had a change in their social outlet through retirement or change in career to join us.  Our members are women of many backgrounds and work experiences who come together for fellowship, friendship and laughter.  

Please see the Our Story page for additional information.



Along with monthly luncheons September through May, we have a variety of interest groups, including hiking, biking, card games, book clubs and Mah Jongg, to list just a few.  See our Interest Groups page for a complete listing.

If you would like an application, please send our Membership Chair an email by clicking on the blue box below.


Anyone who has moved to Madison, Wisconsin or the surrounding area within the past two years is eligible to join.

If you have lived in Madison for over 2 years we have three amnesty months throughout the year where you can join.  These months are September, January and May.

Prospective members are welcome to attend two functions with no obligation to join.  Once you become a member of Who's New, you can remain in the organization as long as you like and be involved in as many or as few interest groups that you prefer.

Would you like to find out more about us?  Attend a New Member Coffee!

Who's New in Madison hosts two New Member Coffees a year.  All new and prospective members are invited to attend.  This is a great way to learn about Who's New in a small, informal group setting.  Our next New Member Coffee will be held in May 2015.  Please click here to contact our Membership Chair for more information.


Who's New in Madison Helps New Residents to Madison, Wisconsin Create

Social Networks to Make Friends and Become Familiar With Their New Surroundings