Mensa of Western Washington (MWW) is a local group of American Mensa, which in turn is a national member of International Mensa, a society that is apolitical and free from all racial or religious distinctions. We welcome people from every walk of life whose IQs are in the top 2% of the population. Our primary objective is to enjoy a wide range of social and cultural activities. MWW currently has more than 1100 members and is the eighth largest group in American Mensa.

Mount Adams, photo by Joel Green

Mount Adams, photo by Joel Green

Ours is a fun, active group in a spectacular setting of majestic mountains, lush greenery, serene lakes, breathtaking ocean vistas, and the incomparable Puget Sound.

Our members enjoy a variety of frequent MWW activities throughout the area. So, if you’re a Mensa member, we hope you’ll register and visit the Members section with its Forums and an unabridged version of our Calendar. If you’re not a member, take a look at the public version of our Calendar to see what we do—and, we hope you’ll join!

Send and receive announcements

announcementsIf you’re a member of MWW, you can sign up to receive the MWW Announce List of current events. You will also be able to send announcements of possible interest to other members. To sign up, click MWW Announce Subscription. When the subscription page appears, fill out the section under “Subscribing to MWW-Announce” and then click the Subscribe button.

After the listserve administrator verifies you as a member, you will be able to send your announcements to MWW-Announce@lists.us.mensa.org

A word from the Webmeister

Jeannie Boag, MWW WebmeisterMensa members: Be sure to register on this site by clicking the Register link in the sidebar and then following the directions that appear. Our Members section features an interactive Forums page, Columns by some of our members, the MWW bylaws, an Event Calendar that includes all of the contact information, a Marketplace for MWW members’ ads, and other goodies.  The columns are blog posts, so you can add your comments there, too. And, we welcome your comments, questions, and suggestions about this Web site.

Jeannie Boag