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Life is too short not to meet NEW people, do something DIFFERENT and have FUN . This group will expose you to so many things you may never even knew existed. The best part is that this group holds interesting things for singles, couples, all age ranges, first timers, or the experienced who seeks to do it again.

Don't worry about coming out alone, that's what most people do... We'll make sure that you have an opportunity to socialize and hopefully go home meeting tons of people and even make a few friends.

Some events include: Snowboarding & Skiing, Rafting, Sky Diving, Wine Tasting, Paint Ball, Dance Classes, Horse Back Riding, Gun Shooting, Archery, Fishing, Hiking, Skating, Rock Climbing, BINGO, Fruit Picking, Cooking Classes, Fly Helicopters, Fencing, Snowboarding, Bowling, Trapeze School, Happy Hour and anything else you can think of, including Quiet Clubbing.

What is a Silent Disco or Quiet Clubbing? Each person receives a pair of wireless headphones. This allows you to adjust the volume and choose between up to three DJs by flicking a switch.

Do you like listening to: Top40, Trance, Hip-Hop, Reggae, Latin, Salsa, merengue, Bachata, Rap, Electronic, Line Dancing, 80's, 90's, and everything else? Then Quiet Clubbing is for you...

Don't worry about coming out alone, that's what most people do... Quiet Clubbing is very SOCIAL! You need to experience it to understand!


Upcoming events (5+)

NYAC @ Loew's Valencia, NYC's First "Wonder Theatre" (Pre-Pay)

Tabernacle of Prayer for All People

Tickets: $25 – 29 Click the link below to register for this event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/exclusive-look-inside-the-loews-valencia-nycs-first-wonder-theatre-registration-70617315291 Wedged between a tiny linen store and discount clothing outlet in the heart of Jamaica, Queens, is a former theater that, at first look, appears equally unassuming — though just beyond the front doors is one of the most impressive architectural masterpieces in all of New York. Join New York Adventure Club (https://www.nyadventureclub.com/) for an exclusive look inside the historic landmarked Loew’s Valencia Theatre in Queens, one of the five Loew’s “wonder theatre” movie palaces built in the New York City area between[masked]. Led by a member of the Tabernacle of Prayer for All People, the church that has maintained the building since the 1970s, our unique experience at this opulent theatre will include: • A discussion around the history and story of the Valencia Theatre, from once the most successful movie theatre in Queens, to its acquisition by the Tabernacle of Prayer for All People in 1979 • A walkthrough of the original lobby, parlors, and hallways • A closer look inside the main 3,554-seat auditorium, which is decorated in a mix of Spanish Colonial and pre-Columbian styles • An incredibly rare opportunity to see the theatre's atmospheric ceiling in action, with its hundreds of flickering lights representing a starry night Click here to see pictures from one of our previous visits to Valencia Theatre! (https://nyadventureclub.com/gallery/26342240) See you there! Categories: Tours, Hidden Spots, Arts, Historic Sites

NYAC @ the Grand Concourse, From Art Deco Buildings to Yankee Stadium (Pre-Pay)

The Bronx Museum of the Arts (Lobby)

Tickets: $25 – 29 Click the link below to register for this event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/exploring-the-grand-concourse-from-art-deco-buildings-to-yankee-stadium-registration-66923655455 Did you know that the Bronx's Grand Concourse is home to the largest collection of art deco residential buildings in the world? Join New York Adventure Club (https://www.nyadventureclub.com/) as we explore the historic apartment buildings and mansions on the Grand Concourse, a thoroughfare through the Bronx modeled on the Champs-Élysées in Paris. Led by Sam Goodman, a Bronx-born urban planner in the office of the Bronx Borough President, our unique experience between 161st & 166th Sts on the Grand Concourse will include: • The history and story behind the Grand Concourse’s creation, and why it was commonly referred to as the “Park Avenue of the Bronx” • A peek inside several Art Deco apartment buildings, and stops at historic statues, mosaics, and monuments to hear their remarkable stories, such as how a fountain made its way to the Bronx from Düsseldorf, Germany in 1899 • A discussion around Sam’s family history and personal experiences living in the Bronx during the early and mid-20th century • An in-depth look at the neighborhood’s shifting cultural and economic fabric over the past century • The neighborhood impact of Yankee Stadium throughout the 20th century Click here to see pictures from one of our last visits to the Grand Concourse! (https://nyadventureclub.com/gallery/27316543) * Please bring a water bottle and comfortable pair of shoes as we’ll be doing a lot of walking! ** The tour concludes at 161st St and the Grand Concourse About Sam Sam Goodman was born in 1952 and lived on the Grand Concourse for his first fifteen years. In 1987 he purchased a Grand Concourse cooperative apartment, where he has resided ever since. Since 1995 Goodman has worked as an urban planner for the Bronx Borough President’s Office. Goodman holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and a Master’s in Urban Management and Planning. One of Goodman’s passions is being able to share his memories, knowledge, and perspectives about the Bronx community and the amazing people Goodman calls friends and neighbors. Categories: Tours, Active, Hidden Spots, Historic Sites

NYAC: Private Japanese Tea Ceremony Demo @ The Secret Kyoto Garden (Pre-Pay)

Tickets: $32 – 35 Click the link below to register for this event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/private-japanese-tea-ceremony-demonstration-the-secret-kyoto-garden-registration-69739190797 Experience one of Japan's oldest traditional tea ceremonies in a secret indoor Japanese garden hidden in the Upper East Side. Join New York Adventure Club (https://www.nyadventureclub.com/) for a traditional Japanese tea ceremony demonstration in the style of Urasenke, one of the main schools of Japanese tea ceremony, at the Urasenke Chanoyu Center (UCC) (http://www.urasenkeny.org/index.html). Established in 1967 to promote the rich cultural tea tradition of Urasenke in New York City, the UCC is a private organization that teaches its members how to master this ancient tradition over the course of 10-15 years. Led by a Tea Master of Urasenke, our unique experience at the Urasenke Chanoyu Center will include: •A brief overview of the Urasenke Chanoyu Center, from its days as an 1880s carriage house to studio of famed artist Mark Rothko • Access inside the secret Japanese garden and its four traditional tea rooms, all of which were constructed by traditional carpenters from Kyoto, Japan using imported Japanese materials • An authentic Urasenke tea ceremony demonstration to learn about its history and philosophy, etiquette, and traditions • An opportunity to consume the best quality sweets and matcha green tea from Kyoto, Japan, where Urasenke originated See you there! *Cell phones and cameras are not permitted inside the garden — all personal belongings will be safely secured in the reception area **Rules: Due to the fragility of the tea ceremony mats: jeans are not allowed, clean socks are required, remove all hand jewelry, refrain from wearing strong perfume or cosmetics, skirts must cover knees. ***Attendees will be asked to sit down, or on their knees, for the duration of the tea ceremony — attendees can bring their own tea ceremony chair, or request one from the Urasenke Chanoyu Center with at least 24 hours notice ****Matcha and sweets contain allergens such as wheat, soy, and caffeine. Please understand that substitutions may not be available to accommodate those with allergies, but will be provided if possible. Categories: Tours, Hidden Spots, Historic Sites, Social

End Of Summer Yacht Party Cruise

Skyport Marina

*PURCHASE AT - https://bit.ly/2xz819j *PREPAY ONLY EVENT. Tickets will NOT be sold at door. It’s Saturday night in New York City and you definitely need to enjoy a night out that’s worth it. Sure, you can head to the bar, but you could do that any night. Hop aboard our sunset yacht party cruise and make it a night to remember! Mix, mingle, drink & dance the night away with a panoramic view of the NYC skyline, Statue Of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, Freedom Tower etc. on a 100 ft, 2-deck private yacht. Sail through the city and take in the sights while you enjoy music and drinks for the night. Grab your friends or come alone and get ready to enjoy an experience you won't forget! This is a multi-Meetup and very popular event! 150+ already prepaid! It will SELL OUT so if you'd like to attend, please get your ticket ASAP. * Live DJ & Dance Floor (DJ Plays All The Top Hits) * All Ages (21 & Over) Are Welcome To Attend * About 75% Come Alone So Don't Worry If You're Coming By Yourself! * 2 Fully Stocked Cash Bars So You Can Enjoy Amazing Cocktails * Dress Code - Neat and/or Stylish - No Tank Tops, Gym Wear Or Hats * A Wide Assortment Of Food Is Available For Purchase On The Yacht * Please Arrive No Later Than The Listed Event Start Time *50% off limited tickets available for $25 ($50 otherwise). Price will go up as event gets closer, so get yours today! • The boat will sail rain or shine! The boat has two levels. The main level is enclosed and there is an outside deck on the second level. Boarding starts at 6pm and boat departs by 7pm. • There is paid parking at the marina, or you can try to find parking on the street. To get street parking, please arrive early to look around. By subway, take 6, N, R lines to 23rd Street, walk 4 blocks east - the Marina will be in front of you. • You must get your ticket in advance. RSVPing without pre-payment will not get you into the event. We're expecting a sell out. *PURCHASE HERE (NOT sold at door) - https://bit.ly/2xz819j

Past events (5,072)

Beer Garden Silent Disco Party

Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden

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