What we're about

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 @ The Brooklyn Academy of Music and the 100-Year-Old Opera House(Pre-Pay)

BAM Peter Jay Sharp Building (Lafayette Ave entrance nearest to Ashland Pl)

Tickets: $25 - 29 Click the link below to register for this event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/exploring-the-brooklyn-academy-of-music-and-the-100-year-old-opera-house-registration-54537851181 It's time to get up close and personal with America’s oldest performing arts institution, and one of Brooklyn's ultimate hidden gems, in a way that few others have before. Join New York Adventure Club (https://www.nyadventureclub.com/) for an exclusive, special access visit to the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) (https://www.bam.org/), America’s oldest performing arts institution (1861), and thriving urban arts complex, presenting performing arts, media, and film. Led by the BAM Archives Manager, our private exploration of this historic building will include: • An in-depth overview of BAM and the facility’s rich history and story • A peek at historic photos and newspaper clippings throughout the centuries • An exploration of the Peter Jay Sharp Building (1907), which features a 5,000 square foot grand foyer, 2,200 seat grand opera house, concert hall, BAM Rose Cinemas, and former ballroom. Click here to see pictures from one of our last visits to the Brooklyn Academy of Music! (https://www.nyadventureclub.com/gallery/27755223) See you there! Categories: Tours, Arts, Historic Sites

NYAC: Inside Edison Price Lighting (Pre-Pay)

Edison Price Lighting

Tickets: $25 – 29 Click the link below to register for this event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/inside-edison-price-lighting-world-leading-architectural-lighting-factory-registration-53024794588 What do the Met, UN General Assembly Hall, Yale Rare Book Library, and 450 other museums & galleries throughout the world have in common? Answer: their artwork and artifacts are all lit courtesy of one heavy duty manufacturing facility right here in NYC. Join New York Adventure Club (https://www.nyadventureclub.com/) for an exclusive, behind-the-scenes tour of Edison Price Lighting (http://www.epl.com/), a 60,000-square-foot factory in Long Island City that has designed and manufactured high-quality architectural lighting solutions since 1952. Led by the facility manager, our exploration of this state-of-the-art manufacturing facility will include: • An overview of lighting fixture design from a company that has perfected the craft since 1952 • A walkthrough of the factory to see how raw metals, like heavy gauge steel and aluminum, are transformed into lighting fixture parts down to the nuts and bolts • A closer look at the facility's computer-aided machinery including laser-cutters, milling machines, and punch presses • Manufacturing demonstrations by select factory staff, who have mastered techniques that can only be done by hand, including spinning, wiring, and painting Afterward, we'll finish with a look at Edison Price Lighting's new in-house art gallery to see their lighting fixtures at work! Click here to see pictures from one of our last visits to Edison Price Lighting! (https://nyadventureclub.com/gallery/28614480) See you there! Categories: Tours, Hidden Spots, Arts

NYAC: Tour, Tasting, & Egg Cream Reception @ NYC's Last Seltzer Factory(Pre-Pay)

Tickets: $29 - 32 Click the link below to register for this event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tour-tasting-egg-cream-reception-nycs-last-seltzer-factory-registration-55091055831 While reaching a consensus on New York's best pizza slice or cocktail lounge might prove impossible, deciding on the best fizzy water is a fact that can't even be argued — that's because there's only one seltzer company left in NYC that has the equipment to produce gold-standard carbonated water (warning: once you taste the good stuff for yourself, store-bought seltzer will forever be a disappointment). Join New York Adventure Club (https://www.nyadventureclub.com/) for an exclusive tour and tasting inside Brooklyn Seltzer Boys (https://www.brooklynseltzerboys.com/), a fourth generation family-owned business in Carnarsie, Brooklyn, that has been hand-filling seltzer bottles and delivering them to customers’ doorsteps for over fifty years. Led by Alex Gomberg, Vice President of Brooklyn Seltzer Boys, our unique experience at the last seltzer factory in New York will include: • An overview of the seltzer industry, from its rise and fall, to its recent resurgence • The history of Brooklyn Seltzer Boys, formerly known as Gomberg Seltzer Works Inc., which has been filling seltzer bottles since 1953 • A private tour through the 65-year-old seltzer factory, which still uses century-old machines capable of filtering and carbonating city tap water with 60 pounds-per-square-inch of carbon dioxide • A closer look at the seltzer bottle refilling process, from equipment demonstrations to the maintenance of hand-blown siphon bottles from Czechoslovakia and Austria dating back to the 1800s • A taste test between store-bought fizzy water and artisanal seltzer from the factory line Afterward, Brooklyn Seltzer Boys will whip up some of their award-winning egg creams, which strike the perfect balance between milk, Fox’s U-bet chocolate syrup, and the best seltzer on the market! Click here to watch a short documentary on Brooklyn Seltzer Boys! (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMGuse99Xro) Click here to see pictures from one of our last visits to Brooklyn Seltzer Boys! (https://nyadventureclub.com/gallery/28941359) See you there! Transportation: By Subway: Take an L train to Rockaway Parkway Station (the last stop) — Brooklyn Seltzer Boys is a 10-15 minute walk from the station. By Car: Street parking is available in the area Categories: Tours, Hidden Spots, Historic Sites, Food

NYAC: The NY Adventure Club Absinthe Tasting Workshop (Pre-Pay)

Tickets: $42 - 45 Click the link below to register for this event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-ny-adventure-club-absinthe-tasting-workshop-registration-54920327177 For nearly a century, absinthe was an illegal substance in America and most of the world, blamed for everything from hallucinations and delirium to even violent rampages. Uncover how a French psychiatrist, ill-timed global temperance movement, and good ol' fashioned fake news caused this widely popular spirit to be banned until the 21st century. Join New York Adventure Club (https://www.nyadventureclub.com/) as we taste and learn our way through the (now legal) spirit of absinthe, all inside a 1921 townhouse in Midtown that is now home to the Church of Sweden. Led by Don Spiro, co-founder of the Green Fairy Society (https://www.facebook.com/groups/greenfairysociety/about/) and one of the creators of New York's vintage scene, our unique experience at this intimate space in Manhattan will include: • An overview of absinthe, from its creation by a French doctor living in Switzerland, to why it was banned in so many countries under false pretenses • A primer on how absinthe is made and traditionally served (hint: no burning sugar cubes!) • A tasting of several different absinthe varietals from around the world • A complimentary absinthe cocktail to sip on while mingling with other adventurers Click here to see pictures from one of our last absinthe tastings! (https://nyadventureclub.com/gallery/29341721) See you there! * While snacks will be provided, we recommend eating beforehand About Don If you've been to a Jazz Age party or a swinging vintage get-together in New York over the past decade, you can thank Don Spiro for helping to start the movement. Don moved to New York in 2005 after working in Hollywood for over 15 years — when he noticed the hot live jazz scene from the west coast was missing in the Big Apple, he began organizing his own vintage parties, quickly becoming the city's premier event organizer for everything Jazz Age. More recently, Don co-founded the Green Fairy Society, an organization dedicated to absinthe’s history, production, and use — swing by one of his monthly absinthe events to learn about this rare spirit from the industry's movers and shakers. * Must be 21 or older. ID will be checked at door. ** Ticket price is for educational demonstration with complimentary beverage tastings. Categories: Historic Sites, Social

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