What we're about

WE HAVE OVER 1000 GNOS MEMBERS RAVING ABOUT OUR EVENTS!! This isn't your average "girls club".....this is a club of BADASS WOMEN!!

We are "based" in Stafford.....BUT we organize events all over Northern VA!!

We aren't just FUN ....we're EXCITING! We aren't just EXCITING....we're AMAZING! We aren't just AMAZING...we're FABULOUS!!

"Strangers are simply friends we haven't met yet"

G.N.O.S is about so much more than just a fun night out with the girls. It's about going out of our comfort zone. Jumping into the fire. Allowing ourselves to be open to new people, new ideas, and new experiences.

ALL LADIES WELCOME!!

It's about finding a few treasured friends whom we trust implicitly, to share fun times with, to confide in, laugh with and support each other's dreams.

No more sitting on the couch and scrolling through Facebook seeing what everyone else is doing! No more saying "tomorrow, next week, or maybe next time"! No more!!

Become your best YOU or reinvent yourself! Either way come out and lets have FUN!

Upcoming events (4+)

Non-traditional Book Club

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During the remainder of May you should read a book of your choice and be prepared to share it with the group at the meet up. The format will be flexible, no written component is required; just come ready to share whatever you'd like about your book. What made you select it? Was it what you expected? The opposite? Successes or failures on the part of the author? Who else might enjoy it? Was there a poignant line/paragraph/quote worth sharing? Again, these are not mandatory questions that must be answered, but rather some ideas to get you started when you're trying to decide what you'd like to share. If you want/are able to bring a copy of the book you read, I encourage it (oftentimes the cover ALONE is a hook to choose the book!), but you do not have to do so.

Since we're meeting around dinner, feel free to eat with us, but there's no pressure if you just want to come for literature, fellowship, and socialization! All genres are on the table! No limits or restrictions. I try to post the books discussed in the comments following the event so that titles are on record if anyone wants to check out the books at a later date! I'm looking forward to seeing you there!

**I posted this as a recurring event, but will change the location like we talked about. 😎

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Disney Villain Trivia at Alamo Drafthouse

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Come join our team for drinks and themed trivia at Alamo Drafthouse. Teams are limited to 6 people, and establishment has minimal seating, so I will try to get there a bit earlier to ensure a table, feel free to join me and take advantage of happy hour prices on beer, wine and apps!

The theme is Disney Villains. I know we all think we know a lot about Disney, and this should be a breeze, but be warned, they ask about some real minutia, so if you're worried about winning, you may want to study. if you just want to have fun, then just come and do your best, cause win or lose it's always fun!!

♀️ ♂️ All genders welcome for this event.

Non-traditional Book Club

Needs a location

During the remainder of May/June you should read a book of your choice and be prepared to share it with the group at the meet up. The format will be flexible, no written component is required; just come ready to share whatever you'd like about your book. What made you select it? Was it what you expected? The opposite? Successes or failures on the part of the author? Who else might enjoy it? Was there a poignant line/paragraph/quote worth sharing? Again, these are not mandatory questions that must be answered, but rather some ideas to get you started when you're trying to decide what you'd like to share. If you want/are able to bring a copy of the book you read, I encourage it (oftentimes the cover ALONE is a hook to choose the book!), but you do not have to do so.

Since we're meeting around dinner, feel free to eat with us, but there's no pressure if you just want to come for literature, fellowship, and socialization! All genres are on the table! No limits or restrictions. I will post the books discussed in the comments so there's a record in case anyone wants to take a look!

**I posted this as a recurring event, but will change the location like we talked about. 😎

Non-traditional Book Club

Needs a location

During the remainder of October you should read a book of your choice and be prepared to share it with the group at the meet up. The format will be flexible, no written component is required; just come ready to share whatever you'd like about your book. What made you select it? Was it what you expected? The opposite? Successes or failures on the part of the author? Who else might enjoy it? Was there a poignant line/paragraph/quote worth sharing? Again, these are not mandatory questions that must be answered, but rather some ideas to get you started when you're trying to decide what you'd like to share. If you want/are able to bring a copy of the book you read, I encourage it (oftentimes the cover ALONE is a hook to choose the book!), but you do not have to do so.

Since we're meeting around dinner, feel free to eat with us, but there's no pressure if you just want to come for literature, fellowship, and socialization! All genres are on the table! No limits or restrictions. I will create the Google Doc discussed at the first meeting and post it here shortly in the comments.

**I posted this as a recurring event, but will change the location like we talked about. 😎

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