SAN FRANCISCO REGIONAL MENSA

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How to Stay Sane Amid “Shelter in Place”

All Mensa meetings cancelled until further notice?! And you’ve already watched enough movies, called everyone you care to speak with, and still are starting to get stir-crazy being cooped up. Might one or more of these at least reduce your cabin fever:

How to Host a Virtual Event

Who says that an event has to be in person? We can still socialize online, and it’s pretty easy and low-effort to host a virtual event as you can host and have a great time from the comfort of your own home!

Young Mensans in the News: Apoorva Panidapu

Young SFRM member Apoorva Panidapu shows that she’s smarter than the average 14 year-old.

San Francisco Regional Mensa (SFRM) is a chapter of Mensa, the international society for people who score in the top 2% on IQ tests. The goals of the group are to provide and encourage social and intellectual interaction. There are approximately 1800 members in the San Francisco Bay Area  and we regularly schedule 80+ events each month. 

Mensa is for those who rejoice in the exercise of the mind. If you enjoy mental challenges and revel in the interplay of ideas, Mensa is an organization that will stretch your mind and expand your horizons.

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Joining or Rejoining Mensa?
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“I love the RG’s. Meeting new people with similar interests, having fun and learning about subjects I would never think to study on my own like How to Make an Oboe Reed” – Betty Hass

“I like going to Mensa events because I never feel like I have to downplay my accomplishments or intelligence.” – Lana Lee

 “It’s great having such eclectic discussions with others who can not only keep up, but also broaden our horizons.” – Cynthia Wilcox