Here's an unfilled niche: female friends in their mid 40’s and beyond. Plenty of meetups for 50's singles, 40's professionals, and 20's of every persuasion. But middle aged friends? Nada. FFF>F fills this gap. If you're 45+, living in Boulder County and surrounding area, and are looking for friends, you've found the right place. My hope is to form a great group of dynamic, interesting, and supportive women. Once we get going, you will begin to know our active members, and you will form friendships....not overnight, but over time. So come prepared for conversation and camaraderie. And, please, leave your business-networking hat at home; this is about finding friends, not customers.
As a Facebook group founder, I often receive membership requests, accompanied by profile pictures that are group shots, distance shots, faces obscured by scarves or sunglasses--not to mention images of dogs, flowers, and cartoons. For this group, I require a picture that shows your features (a mug shot) so that I can tell one member from another. As Organizer your picture is an essential tool for helping me to remember who you are.
For instructions on how to change your settings, go to the FFFF - Boulder County home page. Click on MORE, then click on MESSAGE BOARD. Now select "Email and notification settings." Make sure you've checked all the boxes that allow me to email and notify you. The Message Board is only available on the web application, you can't see it on the mobile app.
To edit Settings on the mobile app, go to your profile icon, (bottom right corner), then go to the 3 dots icon (upper right corner). Select "Push notifications", then select "Change email updates." Make sure you greenlight all the options.
Coffee, cocktails, and food available. Check out their website: https://longmontcoffee.com
About their coffee...
“We worked with Gunbarrel-based Ampersand Coffee to develop our House Blend which we brew for both our espresso and drip coffees.
We are proud to roast this coffee. Typically in the coffee industry, less than 3% of farms are owned by women, though more than 70% are operated by women alone. This blend features coffees grown on farms owned and operated by women.”