November 1, 2010
looking to try new things while meeting new people.
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I'm so sorry but we can't do wait lists. The way meetup does it, it gets all screwy and gets people mad. The best I can say is keep your eyes peeled. I know someone is thinking about cancelling and opening up two spots. You just have to jump on it. As we grow and perfect our style, we'll be able to offer more in the future :)
Thanks for joining and see some of our events coming up soon!
Welcome to the Bucket List Bunch! Our group members & great ideas are what make us really special. Check out our Bucket List on the About page. We love input so feel free to post things that are on your list on our Idea page. Also, you can directly email me with input at any time. We welcome all types of helpful feedback to make our group the best it can be. Glad to have you as another Fantasical Funner!!
Welcome Kai. We are getting a solid group together and hope to plan some wonderful activities. Any ideas or feedback are always welcomed.
Thank you for joining to Global Village. I hope to see you at a meet-up event soon. Feel free to share any ideas for the group; I want members to have fun.
Kai, welcome to Art Openings ATL. It's nice to have another tri-state area member (I'm from Jersey). I'm glad you've RSVP'd for the Art Papers Live! screening on Feb. 23. See you there!
Hi Kai, and welcome to STL Adventures! We're a great group with a ton of fun events and trips planned for the upcoming year. With over 320 events in 2009 alone, 2010 is well on it's way to being even greater! Please check the calendar for a complete list of all our upcoming events and feel free to email me with any questions or concerns you may have. We look forward to seeing you out soon
hi Kai...welcome to the meetup! Sorry you couldn't make the valentine's day class...maybe this Wed evening you can make the vigorous vinyasa class? ;~) See you soon...namaste.
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