Are you in your 20s? Do you like watching movies? Are you into artsy stuff and want to make friends who are also into artsy stuff? Then this is the group for you!
At least once per week, we watch a movie and then get drinks afterwards. Most of the time, we'll see something playing in theaters -- both new movies and classics. Once or twice per year, we might host a special screening.
There are no real bounds in what we see, in regards to nationality, genre, release date, popularity, or even just straight-up weirdness. Variety is the spice of life, and as long as something looks interesting, we can see it. Suggestions are always welcome!
So, let's watch some movies, get to know each other, and have a great time!
(This meetup is limited solely to ages 21-31: college students and young professionals, basically. There are lots of "20s and 30s" groups on Meetup, but in practice they end up being mostly older people, and our goal is to create a social space for people in their 20s. We require members to have a profile picture showing their face. Administrators of the group can decline or remove members for any reason, and this is non-negotiable.)
Last night's Meetup was a ton of fun (even if we got rained on!) so I am going to start scheduling these every week or every other week. Since there were some issues with how big the group was, I've set this event's limit at 10 people this time around. Like last time we will grab dinner + drinks and then bar-hop around the area for a few hours. (I may try to make a reservation somewhere so we aren't wandering around looking for an outdoor restaurant.)
New members of the club, or members who have attended only 1-2 meetups, are all welcome. It'd be great to see some familiar faces as well. I've marked a few of you down as Going in advance, to kick things off, but if I'm being presumptuous then let me know lol.
NOTE: You need to bring a mask. I am not going to be so anal-retentive as to say you can't hug or shake hands, and I am not going to say that everyone has to walk 10 feet apart and communicate via walkie talkies, but this is the least you can do. Corona doesn't mean you can't have fun or meet new people, but you should be a bit more careful about it.