Sunday, May 17, 2009

Singles Parties, May 12-16, 2009

Three singles parties this past week:
  • Single Cougars Mixer, Tuesday, May 12, at Faz in Pleasanton. Usually a big crowd for our single cougar parties, but not this time! Don't know what happened. The small group enjoyed the party regardless, and the food and service at Faz, as always, was terrific.
  • Health-Conscious Singles Mixer, Friday, May 15, at University of Sports in Rohnert Park. Likewise, a small turnout for this party. We have never done a Health-Conscious Singles Party before. Guess there isn't a demand to meet health-conscious singles! We enjoyed the healthy snacks and drinks.
  • 31st Anniversary Celebration, Saturday, May 16, at Grille 101 at Embassy Suites Hotel in San Rafael. Big crowd, as always, at this fun hotel night club. We celebrated 31 years of producing parties for singles. DJ Darryl K spun his usual magic and the party was high-energy!

Next week features 3 more singles events:

  • Singles Night at Bing's, Thursday, May 21, at Bing Crosby's in Walnut Creek. Our singles have been suggesting this for years as the perfect venue for one of our parties. I hear it's a gorgeous restaurant with all kinds of Bing Crosby memorabilia, including Bing's Oscar for Going My Way. Should be a fun party!
  • Waterfront Lock & Key Dance, Friday, May 22, at Sinbad's in San Francisco. Our Lock & Key parties always are well-attended at this fun restaurant. We have our own private banquet room for the party.
  • Singles Day at the Mountain Play, Saturday, May 23, at Cushing Memorial Amphitheatre atop Mt Tam in Mill Valley. This is a fundraiser benefiting The Marin Symphony. Join us at our special "Singles Section" at this wonderful outdoor theatre. This year features the music of Man of La Mancha.

Details about all of our singles events at www.ThePartyHotline.com. See you at the parties!

1 Comments:

At 8:25 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm interested in a healthy singles mixer and know others who would as well if we're not busy training or racing. :) Rohnert Park is too far away. Hope there will be one in the Bay Area.

 

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