That's a common dilemma. I know my quilt group is always looking for new folks, and I was chatting online last week with someone in another hobby group about ways to attract and keep members. It seems to me that young folks now have more entertainment options than ever coupled with less desire to commit. People are working longer hours and want to "turn off" when they are done with work, not actively engage with more people. COVID has left everyone stressed and numb. I don't have any good solutions to those problems, but I have found that advertising the heck out of your events and getting the word out does draw more people. I've seen too many groups who only pass word among group members, they don't put posters up or get the event info out to the general public, and I only find out about their events afterward when photos go up on FB.People don't seem to be interested in clubs any more,
Anyway.... cold but sunny today. Chance of rain later. DH helped me get the outdoor temperature gauge working again. Not sure what the plan is today. Want to do some sewing, need to find something in the basement and there's still too many unpacked boxes just sitting. Not like it was before, but it could be better. DH hasn't any time to deal with it, but it's his stuff.
Jo, hope your snow melts quickly.