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For those of you who don't know me, I run 2 other meetup groups and Rex was kind enough to add me as an assistant organizer to help get some new events together.
As of now both of my groups have this event posted and there are over 40 conformations between the two of them... and I say why stop now?
So Awesome Bostonites, join us for what has consistently been the most successful singles event of my groups. Please read the information below for more information:
We had some people come down for this before and I say let's do it again. We did learn a few important things, one was the event can sell out, so it's important to either buy tickets in advance OR get there as early as possible. Traffic can be rough so it's important to plan accordingly.
We're mixing in with hundreds of other people, so there are plenty of other people to talk to! I'm simply providing a home base for us to check in, hang out, and put our non-valuables.
1st Fridays is a long-standing event at The Museum of Fine Arts Boston and the "1st Friday" singles mixer concept is done throughout the country.
Parking is available. The museum lot is very expensive. There's a garage across the street that costs significantly less.
It's very accessible by T. Orange Line to Ruggles, Green Line to MFA, as well as several bus lines.
Here's what to expect:
*It tends to attract more successful and mature individuals. Our age group is significant. You won't find rowdy college kids here.
*The music is good; however, depending upon where you stand, it can be loud. Very easy to hear one another by the entrance.
*People are there to mingle. It is easy to start a conversation. Not sure what to talk about? There's some art in the room on the walls to look at.
*Drinks are available, but are on the expensive side.
*Cover Charge is $25. This gets you into the event and your ticket is good to return at any point in the next 10 days for a museum visit.
*It ends promptly at 9 pm. It is best to get there as early as possible at 6 pm.
*It is very crowded in some areas, but plenty of room to walk around in the back