We invite you and your friends to attend this happy community social and business networking event to build community Spirit and bridge cultural, digital and other divides! Let's Meet up for Conversations over lunch (self-pay) on the 3rd Sundays of each month to develop new friendships and community allies!
EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED!
The first step is to get to know each other better to see if we are ready to work together harmoniously with appreciation, forgiveness and understanding. These monthly networking events provide opportunities to develop more community allies and to connect with others interested in similar topics. Express your enthusiasm to the co-organizers and followup if you have some time to invest in expanding your capabilities, experience, new contacts and your community.
WHEN: 12:30PM TO 2:30PM on the third Sundays of each month. (Happy Hour continues to dinner time)
Let's build a friendlier and happier community together with other members of the Friendship Archway Network, Allies Networks and AlliesDC! Enjoy lunch or drink (self-pay) with your neighbors, business owners, investors, professionals, community builders, women allies, nonprofit allies, housing advocates, spiritual/enlightenment allies, GW alumni, Asian Americans and other members of the Friendship Archway Network, Allies Network, Allies Building Community and Capital Professional Network.
There will be networking conversations over lunch to start, followed by a round of self introductions to the group, followed by more interpersonal networking after lunch. You can sit at one or many tables: enjoy lunch with those interested in better health, more joy, friendship, collaboration, professional development, prosperity and other topics. Exchange ideas on how people can be truly helpful to each other. Appreciate each other. Learn about new projects!
SAVE your 3rd Sundays for networking with new contacts face to face. Followup small group meetings for volunteers and community builders on the 4th Sunday at Capital Professional Center, 2423 Pennsylvania Ave. NorthWest, first floor conference room, DC 20037 (Location is less than 2 blocks from Foggy Bottom Metro, blue line).
The Friendship Archway Network includes friends and allies interested in personal, economic, spiritual and community advancement. Come and meet people who want to make a difference! You will also meet participants from: http://www.meetup.com/AsianAmericans/, http://www.meetup.com/socialentrepreneurs/, http://dailyappreciations.net, www.meetup.com/co-organizers/, www.meetup.com/professionals/, www.meetup.com/allianceforsingles/, www.meetup.com/acim-spiritual, www.meetup.com/ITprofessionals/, www.meetup.com/ChineseAmericans/, www.meetup.com/ChinatownDC/, www.meetup.com/webdevelopers/ www.meetup.com/organizers, www.meetup.com/coaching and other members of the Friendship Archway Network.
This is a good opportunity to make new contacts, gain valuable new information, connect with resources, identify prospects, develop community support, give back, build bridges, undo fear, ignorance and causes of suffering. Be part of the solution in the community, build relationships to expand your possibilities and resources. For more info see www.archway2.org.
It is free to sign up here in this group for reminders. Invest in a better future and mark your calendar so we can introduce to you to new contacts each month on the 3rd Sundays.
Parking is free on streets on Sundays if you can find it. Better to come by public transportation (DC Circulator or Foggy Bottom/GWU Metro Subway)
This program is organized by volunteers, changemakers, social entrepreneurs and residents like you. Our mission is to extend joy and friendship by developing allies and friends, locally and globally for Chinatown DC, for Washington D.C. and for America! Come and help to build One City! Help build Community Spirit! Help bridge cultural, digital and other divides in downtown Washington D.C.!
The photo and logo is the largest single span Friendship Archway monument called for and developed by ABC leadership with Wash. DC government, and erected in 1986 at 7 and H Street NW, Wash. DC, next to the Gallery Place/Chinatown Metro Station exit. It is a call for friendship among people of diverse backgrounds. Sooner or later we will manifest what we hold in mind, so please join us to manifest the Spirit of Friendship, Joy and Appreciation in the community! www.archway2.org