Monday, August 24, 2009

Singles Parties, August 20-23, 2009

Four parties this past long weekend:
  • 4th Annual Barbary Coast Beer Tasting Party, Thursday, Aug 20, at SF Brewing Co. in San Francisco. Big crowd, as always, at this fun event! A few people who arrived very late complained that the food ran out. Reminder that the food is to encourage people to arrive on time for the parties. If you want to come late, that's ok, but you may not get fed!
  • Best of the Men Dance, Friday, Aug 21, at the Concord Hilton. This was our smallest-ever turnout for a party at this lovely hotel, which is normally very crowded. We were hurt by the two other very large singles parties that night in the Bay Area.
  • Hot August Night Dance, Saturday, Aug 22, at David's at the Santa Clara Golf & Tennis Club. Nice turnout, despite the fact that we were competing against both the 49ers-Raiders football game and the crucial Giants-Rockies baseball game. our singles thoroughly enjoyed this wonderful restaurant. Alas, it wasn't a very hot August night, so our singles did not go out on the outdoor patio.
  • Sausalito Waterfront Mixer, Sunday, Aug 23, at Wellington's Wine Bar. Big turnout, fun crowd. Lovely afternoon along the Bay, although it was a little chilly.

Next week features three more parties:

  • Petaluma River Mixer, Thursday, Aug 27, at Graffiti's. This is our first party at this upscale restaurant. Should be a big crowd.
  • National Cougar Convention, Friday, Aug 28, at Dinah's Garden Hotel in Palo Alto. We are getting a massive response from the national and local news media, so the place will be packed! You are advised to prepay for this event, as we may sell out.
  • Lock & Key Dance, Saturday, Aug 29, at Four Points by Sheraton Hotel in San Rafael. If you haven't been to a Lock & Key, you have been missing the best ice-breaker there is for a roomful of strangers!

More info and more events on our website at www.ThePartyHotline.com. See you at the parties!

1 Comments:

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