What we're about

There isn't anything like relaxing at the end of the week with friends and just having a great get together.

We are a group of interesting men and woman, curious, attractive singles 50 and older looking to enjoy a Happy Hour at the end of the week along with cultural events ranging from the arts to perhaps self improvement. We do not say no to learning new things for when you say no, you do not learn anything new. We will offer thought provoking activities to expand your interests and help you form different views on many subjects.

We will be lighthearted and joyful and always happy to meet and greet new people.

We are open to suggestions from our members along with their assistance in finding activities for our group.We can only succeed with the help of each other. Always open for another member to be a host for an activity that is of interest to them.

You will have a 30 day free trial period and the end of the trial period if you decide not to become a paid member you will be removed.

If a paid member is removed due to excessive "no shows" or due to behavior not in line with our values their yearly $11.00 membership will not be refunded. Hopefully this will never arise.

It is our wish that you will join and be an active participating member. The more diverse we are the more interesting we will become.

If a member is deemed not a good fit either by words or deeds they will automatically be removed and banned from the group.

REMEMBER ~ Every time you are wrong you have learned something new!

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Happy December....the end of the year....To a better year

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December is known around the world as a family time of celebration honoring cultures, religions and traditions that have been with humanity for hundreds of years. See below for a mix of the weird and wonderful facts about this magical month! 1. An almanac prediction states that if snow falls on Christmas Day, Easter will be warm, green and sunny. 2. The name December comes from the Latin decem for “ten”, as it was the 10th month in the Roman Calendar. 3. The term Yuletide comes from a Norse tradition of cutting and burning a tree to bring in the Winter Solstice. This was to last through 12 days – later known as the 12 days of Christmas. 4. December 12th is Poinsettia Day. 5. Saint Nickolas, who would eventually be called Santa Claus, was originally the patron saint of children, thieves and pawnbrokers! 6. December 28th is considered by some to be the unluckiest day of the year. 7. The first artificial Christmas tree was made in Germany, fashioned out of goose feathers that are dyed green! 8. Spiders and spider webs are considered good luck on Christmas. 9. Common decorations on a Christmas tree each have their specific meanings. Candles – the light of the world, the Star at the top is a reminder of the first Christmas night and Candy canes are to represent the Shepherd’s cane. 10. “Jingle bells” was composed in 1857, and not for Christmas – it was meant to be a Thanksgiving song! 11. In 1647 Oliver Cromwell, English Puritan leader, banned the festivities of Christmas for being seen as immoral on such a holy day. Anyone who was seen celebrating was arrested! The ban was lifted in 1660. 12. An ancient legend states that forest animals can speak in human language on Christmas Eve!

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