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Trust us, interesting singles over 50 are out there, and you don't have to put up with the stench of a seedy nightclub at 2 a.m. All it takes is the right mind-set and a little strategy.
GROWN-UP CLUB'S FORCED RETIREMENT PARTYThursday, December 21st, pm - pm Bauhaus Brew Labs FREE and open to the public RSVP on Facebook As the old saying goes, “Every time a bell rings a scrappy activity group for infantile adults loses the legal right to continue using its name.” Well, gentle grown-ups, our bell has officially been rung. Thankfully we’d already succeeded in our mission of healing all society’s wounds by the time we were legally forced to fold, so it actually works out great! Try your local mall, recreation center, or the produce aisle at Cub.
As per the GUC tradition, expect coloring, crafting, pickle prizes, a very special guest, and some other sensual activities TBA. What will the Bellwither Group do with Grown-Up Club?
Grown-Up Club™: A Bellwither Group Experience will be rebranded as a financial analytics social group while still maintaining GUC’s passion for responsible fun and safety.
She echoes Howie’s opinion that our media devices might be the biggest stumbling block to developing relationships that go deeper than booty texts.
“We don’t have the social graces we once did, or know how to engage with each other like we used to, always answering our phones in the middle of a conversation on a first date,” she said.
If your tried-and-true methods of meeting singles are getting stale -- flirting at the gym, going to bars, shmoozing at the dog park -- perhaps it's time for a change of venue.
Right is always a challenge, and that challenge often becomes even harder when you're dating over 50.
His radical theory: The Midwestern ethos we think makes us poor candidates for success on the dating front actually works in our favor. Like everywhere else, women here want men to try harder and men want women to make things easier.
Twin Cities singles kvetch about how hard it is to meet possible mates, thinking that if they only lived somewhere warmer or more populous or socially relaxed, it would be easier to find love matches.
Not so, says Howie, a California-based dating advice author who started the show three years ago as a “social experiment.” That has led to more than 100 similar events in 78 cities across North America, including two last year in Minneapolis.
After conducting original experiments using the scientific method, 20 casual scientists shared their findings with the public in a relaxed, amateur-friendly afternoon event.
From a study exploring the correlation between fart sound and odor to an in-depth investigation into how society genders dogs, the projects ran the full gamut of imagination.