Liverpool offers a wide variety of community clubs and socials for one to choose from.
Queens Chamber of Commerce http://www.southqueenschamber.com is open to new members with a calendar of activities planned.
Facing the Mersey River is the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #38, serving home cooked meals every Friday evening.
High upon the hill, on the corner of Gorham and Church Street, the Lions Club http://liverpoolns.lionwap.org/ meets twice monthly.
Liverpool's Kinsmen & Kinette Club http://kinsmen.w3.ca/ meet twice monthly from September through June and once monthly from June through to September.
Bird Watching is a popular hobby in Queens region http://maybank.tripod.com/BSNS/Queens.htm .
Region of Queens Volunteer Organization http://volunteer.queens.ca/ is committed to working with the people of Queens to achieve active lifestyles and vibrant communities.
Be sure to check out Liverpool's Tennis Club, Milton Canoe and Camera Club, located in Liverpool, Liverpool Bowling Centre and the Big Brother and Big Sister Association.
The Liverpool Kiwanis Club has been active for 80 years and meets each Tuesday, at noon, at the Golden Pond Restaurant.
Kiwanis website: http://www.kiwanis.org/club/liverpool/
Something for everyone.... the socially active and the physically active.
Liverpool offers inexpensive, seaside, retirement living.