We are a group of young people interested in meeting new friends while staying active and fit. If you enjoy outdoor activities, new and unusual experiences, are tired of the bar and club scene and want to meet other active 20s and 30s, this group is for you! Some of these activities include biking, group jogging, paintball, rock climbing, surfing, skydiving, wine tasting, cooking classes, salsa lessons, group fitness and many others.
Orlando Union Rescue Mission works in a variety of ways to help the homeless, from providing food, clothing, and shelter to helping to get financial independence and eventually a home. They're currently working on a new men's shelter. Let's take a morning and give them a hand (and eat pancakes afterwards). Kids are welcome, as long as they are at least of high school age and chaperoned.
If you tend to forget breakfast in the morning, we got you covered! Mike Bander runs a meal-prep business and will be selling breakfasts for $5. Buckwheat pancakes will be the main entree.
"Lunch" at IHop, 647 E Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL[masked]
80's Night - Friday, April 5th
Check in with my name 'Rochelle Alphonso' and Free admission from 6-9pm
Complimentary appetizer buffet from 6-8pm $3-4-5
Wristband Specials until Midnight* 2 Free Drink Tickets per guest. Good for: Well Cocktails, Domestic Beers or Classic Margaritas Or upgrade and use both tickets on one of these: Imported & Craft Beer, White Claw, Barefoot Wine, Double Well Cocktails $3 Bud Light Bottles $5 Kamikaze Shots $25 86oz Moonwalker Buckets
*$3 Drinks: Domestic Beers, Well Cocktails - $4 Drinks: Imported Beers, Call Cocktails: Skyy & Flavors, Bacardi & Flavors, Jose Cuervo, Jim beam & Pinnacle Gin - $5 Drinks: Craft Beers, White Claw, Margaritas, Long Island Iced Teas, Barefoot Wine
Matthew's Hope works in a variety of ways to help the homeless, from sorting and organizing donated food items to washing playground equipment, serving meals, woodworking, and maintaining thirteen transitional housing units (meaning places for those migrating out of homelessness to live). Let's take a morning and give them a hand.
No minimum age, so feel free to bring kids if you have them.
It's unclear exactly what we'll be doing, but I'll update when I have those details.