What we're about

Active, mature, single, Seattle-region people gathering for widely diverse activities. Among events our group may schedule are: park walks, museum visits, cultural and music festivals, picnics, meals and beverages at locally-owned businesses, concerts, talks, movies/theater performances, live music in parks, trivia nights, short lessons/workshops taught by members or others, hikes, kayaking/canoeing, sports events, regional road trips, and more.

We strive to be inclusive, kind, and considerate to each other. Please ensure that you ask permission before taking photos of other members or posting them online. Please do not contact anyone you have not met for purposes other than group activities.

[Until the Covid-19 pandemic has been deemed to have become fully endemic and not highly transmissible, at all gatherings we will follow scientifically-recommended best practices, based upon current local health statistics, to maintain the health and safety of our attending members.]

All potential and current members: Please include a recent photo of your own face (minus others in the pic.) It really helps in recognizing people gathering in public locations. If it's an old pic we may miss each other.

If all members, would please go to Settings and enable messaging from organizers and members (who may also be leading activities) it would help greatly in communications around gatherings. [Click on the down arrow beside your photo to begin, Settings, then Privacy.] Under the same category you can also choose to show your other Meetup groups or share your interests by checking "Show interests on profile." Thank you!

Upcoming events (1)

Music in the Park, Mercer Island

Needs a location

Let's meet up for what should be a fun and lively summer concert in Mercerdale Park, not far from the Island's main business district at the north end. The music begins at 6:00 pm so let's try to gather before this to meet each other by at least 5:45.

The Seattle band West Coast Feed will be playing their own mix of original music. Here's their website http://www.thewestcoastfeed.com/ and some of their songs are on YouTube if you'd like to hear more. They've been described by one site as "an electrifying nine-piece experience that sounds like a Bruno Mars and Bruce Springsteen dance party."

Please bring your own chair, something for dinner if you'd like, and your host will find a way to stand out from the crowd. I will message attendees with a contact number so we assure that we don't miss each other.

Past events (93)

Kirkland waterfront stroll

Needs a location

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