Welcome to Mensa 76
Mensa 76 hosts a variety of events to encourage social connections with other Mensans and help stimulate the minds of our members. Non-members are welcome to attend events to meet local Mensans, learn what Mensa is about, and get a feel for the local chapter before joining.
Our membership meetings and board meetings are held at the Maxine and Edward L. Baker building at Texas Wesleyan University, 3021 E. Rosedale St., Fort Worth, TX. We meet there the second Monday of each month. Board meetings start at 6:30pm and the membership meetings at 7:00pm. The meetings will end at 10:00pm.
Join us for some fellowship with a lively crowd of Mensans, and a main event (usually a speaker). A map to the Maxine and Edward L. Baker building at Texas Wesleyan University is available below.
Visit the Events section to learn about other upcoming events.
Our Next Meeting.
The program this month will be presented by a long time member of North Texas Mensa, Suzanne Wills. Suzanne is a retired CPA whose avocation is drug policy reform. She is especially interested in the historical and economic aspects of the drug war.
She is a board member and frequent speaker for the Drug Policy Forum of Texas. DPFT members are citizens from a variety of fields who are concerned about the effects of the war on drugs on our society.
Suzanne received the 2014 Virginia Macdonald Leadership Award from the League of Women Voters of Dallas for her efforts to bring the facts about this policy to the attention of the public. Her talk is entitled "Drug War: How We Got into This Mess and the Vested Interests That Keep Us Here."
An Interactive map to our monthly meeting.
You can zoom in and get directions to the fun!