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We have been very busy with our work from Jan 2013. Now, it is time to take a break, celebrate Christmas Party and make friends
Its the end of the year and what is the best way to celebrate a Christmas Party?
Come down and party the night away meeting cool, new friendly people. Its an amazing way to network, meet like minded people, make new friends of your liking over drinks and look for a date if you wish.
NO CHRISTMAS PARTY IS COMPLETE WITHOUT SANTA CLAUSE AND EXCHANGE OF GIFTS
The name Santa Claus evolved from Nick's Dutch nickname, Sinter Klaas, a shortened form of Sint Nikolaas (Dutch for Saint Nicholas)
Santa Claus is portrayed as a kindly, round bellied, merry bespectacled man in a red suit trimmed with white fur, with a long white beard. On Christmas eve, he rides in his flying sleigh (pulled by reindeer) from house to house to give presents.
During the rest of the year, he lives at the North Pole, in Finnish Lapland, or Dalecarlia in Sweden (traditions vary) together with his wife, Mrs. Claus, and his elves who serve as his toy production staff.
Exchange of Christmas Gifts.
Gift-giving, has been an important part of the Christmas celebration since the holiday's rejuvenation in the early 19th century.
We are also having a "Exchange Gifts with your new friends" so please do bring small gift(s) (minimum value of S$10/- each) to exchange with your newly made friends
Date: 20 Dec 2013 , 7:00pm onwards
Come dressed in your sexy Christmas Santa and Elves outfits and sway to smooth beats while we promise a night of fun partying and meeting great like minded people.
So come out and party out the most happening Christmas party in Singapore !!!!
Please register for event at the registration counter of the venue and receive a drink coupon(redeemable at bar counter. Lost drink coupons are not replaceable) and a name tag.Please wear the name tag always during the event with a name(real or not). Persons without name tags will be requested to leave the event and will not be allowed for future events.
Registration fees: S$15(payable in cash only) for a glass of wine(white/red), beer or soft-drink
Dress code – Preferably Red & white
Smart casual attire . No flip-flops or slippers allowed
I will be there to meet and greet personally everyone of you
Nice pictures of my previous Christmas Party:
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
Question: Hello! I would like to go to this event. But I am very new to the group. Is it okay to go this event by myself? Thanks!
Yes, most of the newbies come by themselves. But after attending my event; they go back with a big circle of new friends.
If you are attending the event for the first time, it is only natural you get a bit nervous. Do not worry, meet me or Guest Host and inform that you want to be introduced .We will be very much pleased to help you.
How to identify me? I am an Indian with a name tag “FRANCIS ORGANISER"
Question: Hmm..i was there outside but too shy to go inside by myself. Prolly just go somewhere in the area. Next time hopefully. More guts
Hi, sorry to hear that you outside my meetup but too shy to come inside. Being newbie, I can understand your fear and anxiety. Few years back, I was also a shy newbie like you.
Next time, please go to registration counter at the venue and request staff to meet organiser. The staff will inform me. I will come, personally welcome you and introduce to others.
Question: We register when we come that night at Venue?
Yes, you have to register again at the venue.
Members who do not register at the event, arguing that they have already RSVPed in the Meetup website, will be asked to leave the venue
Question: This is my first time joining such event. How do I register again at the venue?
Hi , welcome to my event. When you reach the venue, you will see Registration Table, with a signage “Francis Meetup Event” on the table. Please tell the staff that you are coming for Francis Meetup Event. Pay in cash, registration fees and get a drink coupon and a blank name tag.
Question: Can I bring my friend who is not in the group?
Sure, you can bring your friend, who is not in the group. Please register for your friend also at the registration table
Question: we are very new to this group :) who do we look for when we get there?
You can always look for me (Francis Organiser) when you reach venue. C u in the event
Question:I'm newbie and do not know anybody. How to start a conversation?
My group members are very friendly. So don't be shy and say "hello" or address them by names in their name tags You never know where the conversation might lead to! friendship or may be relationship.
Question:What is the best time to make more friends?
Please come between 7-8pm. During the period, members will go around, mingle, make new friends and form small groups based on work, hobby, interest, etc
Question:How to identify the venue of this Meetup?
Most of the time, we will have our own signage. Hence please look for signage with words “FRANCIS MEETUP EVENT” at Registration Counter and at the entrance of the venue
Question: hello! am new and haven't exactly tried such meetups so cld I ask how do we recognise each other?
It is very easy to recognize other members since all my members will have name tags. Most of my events are private events. Hence you can mingle with others freely
Question: Is it mandatory for everyone to wear nametag? Im not comfortable doing thar in a public event
If you are not comfortable to write your real name in name tag, you can have any other name or blank name tag. If you are not having name tag, other members will think that you are not from Meetup group and you may not able to mingle with others in the event
Question:My work will end late ... Can I get there by 8pm
Yes, but my only worry is that if you come late, you may lose the golden opportunity to meet most of the interesting members.
Question:I will be bringing guests with me.. I hope it’s not too late to inform.
Sure, please bring your friends, colleagues and business associates who want to go to a party that is really happening.
The group or the organiser shall not be held responsible nor liable for any of the guests’ incidents during any meetup organised.
Promotion of other groups or their events is NOT allowed during this meetup
The Organiser and Assistant Organiser reserve the right to refuse entry, expel from the event or ban any member from the group without assigning any reasons thereof