What we're about
This group is for ladies in their 30s (plus or minus a few years is ok) looking for authentic friendships with some really cool yet nerdy women. Some of us may be new to town, or maybe we're just realizing we need some more awesome, genuine friendships in our lives. You might be more inclined to enjoy some wine and a good book rather than go out. You might enjoy deep conversation over tea more than a night at a dance club. If this sounds like you, you might have hit the jackpot!
We try new restaurants, play games, watch movies, check out the arts and entertainment, explore the Denver area, and much more. Our events seldom have more than 12 people present, because small groups make for better conversations and connections. If you have ideas or would like to host an event, please email an organizer! Let's make this fun and keep it interesting.
Events take place throughout the Denver metro area, including the surrounding towns of Wheat Ridge, Lakewood, Englewood, Greenwood Village, Littleton, Centennial, Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree, Cherry Creek and all parts of central Denver.
Your Hobbies/Interests may include: NPR, knitting, crocheting, quilting, tea and coffee, thoughtful, engaging conversations, learning, cooking, gardening, books, post-graduate studies, exploring nature...
You may describe yourself as: introverted, funny, cerebral, unique, intelligent, fun-loving, genuine...
You might like: movies, food, teahouses, art, book clubs, crafting, game or trivia nights, other cool/nerdy ladies...
Nerdy 30s Ladies of Denver is part of a large network of sister cities around the world! You can learn all about Nerdy 30s Ladies, see what other chapters are out there, buy merchandise, and see what trips are upcoming and more, all at www.nerdy30sladies.com (http://www.nerdy30sladies.com/).
The only real "rule" is that you be accountable. Show up to events you RSPV for, or give your host a (timely) heads-up that your plans have changed. "No-shows" (i.e. not showing up at an event you've RSVP'd "YES" to) create extra work for our hosts, limit others from potentially participating in events, and are a disappointment to those who have spent their time and energy planning these events. To summarize: no-shows are a bummer and will not be tolerated (i.e. more than 2 "no-shows" could result in removal from the group). So, please be courteous, keep your RSVP's updated, and everyone is happy!