Mensa 76

Monthly Events

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.

Join us Monday, June 12th at 7 PM Keith Pugh (W5IU) will present a program on Amateur Ham) Radio in Space with emphasis on the Manned Space Program and Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) in Education.

This year the AG is in Hollywood, Fl and it starts on July 5th and runs through July 9th. Go to 2017 Mensa Annual Gathering for more information. What is the AG you ask. It is a gathering of mensans from all over the US. Games, Speakers, Debates, and just a lot of fun to be had by all.

Wichita Falls Area Mensans

Would you like to socialize with other Mensans in your area on a regular basis? The Denton area Mensans have enjoyed a weekly coffee and food gathering for years at a local coffee shop. You may have noticed HOTDAM (Hang Out Together with Denton Area Mensans) in our newsletter calendar. They sometimes do other activities also such as museum visits and tours. You could do the same in your area. Weekly/monthly lunches/dinners might also be considered. If any of you are interested in trying to set up a Wichita Falls Area group, we need someone to be the local point of contact. If you want to be that contact please notify me at s.alsup(at)

Mineral Wells/Weatherford Area Mensans and Granbury/Cleburn Area Mensans

You also have enough members in your areas to make this a viable option.

Mensa 76 is the official branch of American Mensa for Fort Worth, Texas and the surrounding area (almost all parts of Texas with zip codes starting with "76"). Here is a map of Mensa 76's coverage.

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.

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We need volunteers

Volunteers Needed

The following positions are still open and need to be filled:
  • Program Coordinator
  • Proctor
  • Scholarship Chair

Most positions only require 1-2 hours per month.

Contact David McCallister 817-988-3283 or david.mccallister(at)


Map to the Maxine and Edward L. Baker building at Texas Wesleyan University


An Interactive map to our monthly meeting.
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