This activity is a good icebreaker - perfect to get people mingling and talking. You need to print out a piece of paper for each person with something like this:
|Someone who has been to the Grand Canyon||Someone who prefers custard over jelly||Someone who roots for the Chicago Bulls|
|Someone who has been on an airplane in the past 12 months||Someone who reads comics||Someone who knows the first and last letters of the Greek alphabet|
|Someone who has been skiing||Someone who is wearing red||Someone who still owns a teddy bear|
People then have to find someone in the room who fits the criteria, and have them sign or initial their name in the box - for example, if someone has been to the Grand Canyon, they can sign their name in the box. When all boxes are complete, you are done! It can either be a competition to see who finishes first, or simply an exercise everyone completes.
You can obviously change the questions to suit your group.
A potential variation (although requires additional preparation) is to have a number of different versions of the piece of paper (so everyone's is not the same).