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Fri. Mixer @ The Met Rooftop: "BLUE/GREEN"

From: AngelinaJao
Sent on: Tuesday, June 8, 2010 2:10 AM
Announcing a new Meetup for NEW YORK CULTURE CLUB!

What: Fri. Mixer @ The Met Rooftop: "BLUE/GREEN"

When: Friday, June 25,[masked]:00 PM

Price: $5.00 per person

Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET)
Roof Garden Caf? 1000 Fifth Ave at 82nd St
New York, NY


"BLUE/GREEN" Friday After-Work Mixer @ The Met Museum Rooftop

An event originally for singles, but those already attached are also welcome to come for networking (for job leads or business leads.)
A graceful, subtle, social event for the intellectually- and culturally-inclined.
Green indicates you're open to being matched.
Blue indicates you're participating for networking.

Ladies: dressy attire, maxi dresses, skirts, or sharp office outfits
Gents: button-down shirts, sharp footwear, suit jacket optional

Look for Angelina, Veronica, or Roman and get your nametag.
Introduce yourself to Angelina and the Assistant Organizers. Please don't forget to bring business cards or personal calling cards.
Indicate your STATUS on your nametag:
- Single, open to meeting new date potential -- green dot
- Attached, interested in networking for job or business leads -- blue dot

Bring business cards or calling cards ( if you want to be contacted for:
- networking
- if you're single and are open to meeting someone new
Angelina plays shadkhin but no promises are made, all is in good spirit. [In Yiddish, the secular language of many European and American Jewish communities, the word for ?matchmaker? is shadkhin/shadchen (pronounced shod-hun.)]
During the event -- Behavior standards are strictly enforced for both genders, and inappropriate behavior will result in the offender being asked to leave.
After the event -- The Organizer(s) and New York Museum Club make no promises and are not responsible for members' behavior. However, repeat offenders will be removed from the Club if their behavior is reported to the Organizer(s).

Look for the group wearing nametags. Text Angelina's cell phone to find Angelina. I WILL EMAIL MY CELL TO RSVP'D MEMBERS.
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