Open Hearts - Central Ohio

MusicalRose

Member
Hello,

Open Hearts is a group that my friend and I have started and are hoping to build here in Columbus, Ohio. We are having our first event a little bit later this month and we would like to see you there!

"Open Hearts is an organization dedicated to the exploration and experience of building relationships in your life that work for you in a healthy and ethical manner. We are radically inclusive, relationship positive, love positive, and sex positive. No matter how you identify on a relationship, sexual, or romantic spectrum, we welcome you to join us. We endeavor to create a space to discuss, meet, socialize, and have fun with other people exploring who they are and how love operates in their lives. No matter whether you are settled into a romantic structure that works for you or are interested in exploring something new, we would love to have the unique perspective that you bring to the table. Come join us in creating a community of open hearts!"
 

MusicalRose

Member
Hello and welcome to our new group! Please join us for our very first discussion meeting on Monday, July 27th at 7PM at Club Diversity (863 S High St). As we are a new and aspiring group, this first meeting will be centered on getting to know one another and figuring out as a community what we need from each other.

We would like Open Hearts to be as co-creative as possible. Therefore we welcome ideas and individuals willing to propose and run with new ideas as far as social or other events that will be easy to put together as we build a community and resources.

As a reminder, Open Hearts is focused on building healthy and unique relationships that work for you and the people you love and wish to have in your life, no matter what form that love happens to take. Topic ideas pertaining to building positive relationships are what we are looking for during these monthly meetings. Hopefully we can get some great starting topic ideas to run us through the next few months.

If you have any questions or suggestions that you want addressed before the meeting, or for some reason can't attend, but still want to contribute, please feel free to message Rose or Rook for more information. We hope to see you soon!
 

MusicalRose

Member
Come join us for a night out at our local lifestyle club, Club Princeton (425 S Princeton Ave, Columbus, OH 43223)(www.clubprinceton.com) starting at 8PM and going until the club closes on Friday, August 21st!

Pricing before 9PM is $15 per person, and $20 per person after 9PM. A one-night membership is included in the door fee. The club still needs your information, but you do not need to pay for membership. Please be sure to register before you arrive to speed up the process of getting in the door.

Princeton is a nightclub that provides local adults a place to hang out, meet, and play with others. The club often has a theme of the night and encourages attendees to join in the fun. Otherwise, feel free to dress up for a night out in general.

Princeton is a BYOB, 21 and older venue. You will give your drinks to the bartender when you arrive and they will take it and keep it cold for you, numbering a wristband so that you can retrieve it when you want. The club provides mixers.

Once inside the club, clothing is optional and many people choose to engage in sexual play with other adults. Anybody who attends is free to stay dressed or undress as they please, or to play or not play with anyone else. Just watching is fine!

We hope to see you there!
 

MusicalRose

Member
Come join us for our second general discussion meeting on Monday, August 24th at 7PM at Club Diversity (863 S High St, Columbus, OH 43206)!

The official discussion part of the meeting will probably go until about 9PM or so, but everybody is welcome to stay later to keep socializing. The club is officially open until midnight, but they are not opposed to staying open later than that if there is a lot of business there.

Alcohol is served at this venue and we don't have rules against consumption during our meeting. Please use your best judgment about whether you can partake and still participate ethically and productively.

We also do not have rules against socializing or making new connections, but be mindful of the signals you are receiving and please be aware that not everyone is open to or looking for new connections.

This month we will be trying a different format, since it seems like having increased social time is valuable for our attendees, and that smaller group formats are preferable. The un-conference style seemed to work well, and to shift organically into social time, so we will have a very short time for full group at the beginning, and then move more into smaller discussions.

For those unfamiliar, the un-conference style allows for individuals who want to lead a discussion on a particular topic, or for those who have a question they really want someone to answer to have small groups dedicated to these things. Attendees are free to move from group to group as they choose, or spontaneously form and dissolve groups as necessary.

We look forward to seeing you there!
 

MusicalRose

Member
Please join us for our general meeting on Monday, September 28th at Club Diversity (863 S High St., Columbus, OH 43206) at 7PM to have discussions and socialize with other folks trying to improve their relationships.

This meeting will follow a similar format to the last few, where we meet briefly together at the beginning to introduce ourselves and select some topics for the evening, then split into smaller, fluid groups for the conversations to start happening.

Hopefully in the next few months we will start getting some presenters to speak at the beginning of the meeting.

This venue serves alcohol. You are welcome to enjoy a beverage during the meeting if you feel comfortable doing so, although it isn't required.

While this space is open to people who would like to make new connections, please be mindful that not everyone is open to or looking for new connections and pay attention to the signals you are receiving from others.

The discussion meeting itself ends at nine, but you are welcome to stay as late as you want up until the bar closes.

We hope to see you there!
 

MusicalRose

Member
Come join us for a night out at our local lifestyle club, Club Princeton (425 S Princeton Ave, Columbus, OH 43223)(www.clubprinceton.com) starting at 8PM and going until the club closes on Friday, September 25th!

Pricing before 9PM is $15 per person, and $20 per person after 9PM. A one-night membership is included in the door fee. The club still needs your information, but you do not need to pay for membership. Please be sure to register before you arrive to speed up the process of getting in the door.

Princeton is a nightclub that provides local adults a place to hang out, meet, and play with others. The club often has a theme of the night and encourages attendees to join in the fun. Otherwise, feel free to dress up for a night out in general.

Princeton is a BYOB, 21 and older venue. You will give your drinks to the bartender when you arrive and they will take it and keep it cold for you, numbering a wristband so that you can retrieve it when you want. The club provides mixers. Once inside the club, clothing is optional and many people choose to engage in sexual play with other adults. Anybody who attends is free to stay dressed or undress as they please, or to play or not play with anyone else. Just watching is fine!

We hope to see you there!
 

MusicalRose

Member
Please join us on Saturday, October 3rd at 6:00PM for a night time canoe ride down Darby Creek. Camping is optional, but please bring tents and materials for camping if you intend to do so. We need a head count for this event, so please make sure to RSVP on Meetup, Facebook, or FetLife if you plan to attend by October 1st.

We will be meeting at the campground where the Sampler trip for Trapper John's pulls out of the creek. It is at the intersection of Harrisburg Georgesville Rd and Gay Run. Please show up early to set up your tent if you want to camp. The bus will leave from the campground by 6:30 to take us to the place where we will start our canoe trip.

The price will be $20 per person for canoeing and $5 per person for camping. Parking is free. Please bring cash only. No credit cards or checks are accepted. We will be taking the Sampler trip.

Please visit the venue website (http://www.trapperjohnscanoeing.com/) for more details and rules on what you can bring along on the trip. Please be advised that any alcohol you bring on the creek must be contained in a personal-sized cooler and must be in cans.

Also keep in mind that nighttime temperatures have been cooler. Dress accordingly. Water shoes are highly recommended, especially ones that strap securely to your feet.

Facilities at the camp site are minimal. There is one porta-potty and some areas to build fires. Make sure to bring enough food and water to last the night if you plan to camp.

We hope to see you there!
 
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MusicalRose

Member
Our canoeing trip tonight has been cancelled due to weather. Hope to see everyone at something else again soon!
 

MusicalRose

Member
Please join us for our monthly discussion meeting on Monday, October 26th starting at 7:00PM at Club Diversity (863 South High Street, Columbus, OH)!

For right now we plan to just have small group discussions like we have for the past few meetings, but stay posted for changes or updates. We hope to be able to bring you presenters or different types of meeting structures soon!

This venue serves alcohol. We encourage you to support the business through the purchase of food or drinks if you so desire, but you are not required to do so to attend our meeting. Once the meeting itself concludes at 9:00PM, feel free to hang out and continue to socialize with other Open Hearts members. We do not prohibit flirting or making connections, but please be mindful that not everyone there will be open to or seeking new partners. Pay attention to the signals you are receiving from others and make sure to respect the boundaries and consent of the people you engage with.
 

MusicalRose

Member
*PLEASE READ* We are changing how this event is run. If you intend to show up, please ask Rose or Rook for the code word. You will not get the special pricing at the door without the code word and will be asked to pay normal club prices. We highly encourage you to attend one of our discussion meetings and get to know some of our community before coming to this type of event.

Come join us for a night out at our local lifestyle club, Club Princeton (425 S Princeton Ave, Columbus, OH 43223)(www.clubprinceton.com) starting at 8PM and going until the club closes on Friday, October 23rd!

Pricing before 9PM is $15 per person, and $20 per person after 9PM. A one-night membership is included in the door fee. The club still needs your information, but you do not need to pay for membership. Please be sure to register before you arrive to speed up the process of getting in the door.

Princeton is a nightclub that provides local adults a place to hang out, meet, and play with others. The club often has a theme of the night and encourages attendees to join in the fun. Otherwise, feel free to dress up for a night out in general.

Princeton is a BYOB, 21 and older venue. You will give your drinks to the bartender when you arrive and they will take it and keep it cold for you, numbering a wristband so that you can retrieve it when you want. The club provides mixers. Once inside the club, clothing is optional and many people choose to engage in sexual play with other adults. Anybody who attends is free to stay dressed or undress as they please, or to play or not play with anyone else. Just watching is fine!

We hope to see you there!
 

MusicalRose

Member
Please join us for our very first meeting with a presenter, talking about one of the most important relationships, the one we have with our self. Meeting will take place from 7PM-9PM at Club Diversity (863 South High Street, Columbus, OH) on Monday, November 23rd. We hope to see you there!

A Conversation About Self:

There are many entry points related to a conversation about one’s relationship with self. Most of the entry points are valid. Some are riskier than others. But, the entry point is just the start of the journey. The further and deeper one goes into the self, the more disoriented and unstable life and self may seem. Hypothetically, uncertainty and ambiguity become your companions, guides, and protectors. In this discussion, I’ll share various thoughts about the self, with language and theoretical underpinnings influenced and inspired by too many people, thoughts, and ideas to mention here. As a humanistic psychologist, my focus is on the essential qualities that make us human and the various ways we self-protect as human beings.

Bio:

Dwight is a licensed psychologist, author, and owner of Affirmations Psychological Services, located in Columbus, Ohio. Dwight earned his Ph.D. from the University of Tennessee and completed his internship and post-doctoral fellowship at The Ohio State University. Affirmations Psychological Services is a respected private practice, serving diverse client populations for ~35 years. For the past two and a half years, he's been the majority owner of the practice. The practice expanded into a second office location over the past year, creating opportunities to serve a growing clientele through individual and group therapy, workshops, and presentations. On 12/15/14, Dwight custom- or self-published a book through Orange Frazer Press with Aimee Rocks, a client who has been diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID; formerly known as Multiple Personality Disorder). One of his primary contributions to the book was to expand on the ideas and influences of humanistic psychology, especially in relation to the manifold ways it informed his work with all of Aimee Rocks. Dwight is passionate about humanistic psychology, energy psychology, neuroscience, diversity at manifold levels, ADHD, and severe trauma (how DID typically emerges) and will continue to pursue influence and reach in these areas through his leadership at Affirmations.


Please refer to the following websites for more information:

www.affirmationstherapy.com
www.gentlemending.com
 

MusicalRose

Member
*PLEASE READ* We are changing how this event is run. If you intend to show up, please ask Rose or Rook for the code word. You will not get the special pricing at the door without the code word and will be asked to pay normal club prices. We highly encourage you to attend one of our discussion meetings and get to know some of our community before coming to this type of event.

Come join us for a night out at our local lifestyle club, Club Princeton (425 S Princeton Ave, Columbus, OH 43223)(www.clubprinceton.com) starting at 8PM and going until the club closes on Friday, November 27th!

Pricing before 9PM is $15 per person, and $20 per person after 9PM. A one-night membership is included in the door fee. The club still needs your information, but you do not need to pay for membership. Please be sure to register before you arrive to speed up the process of getting in the door.

Princeton is a nightclub that provides local adults a place to hang out, meet, and play with others. The club often has a theme of the night and encourages attendees to join in the fun. Otherwise, feel free to dress up for a night out in general.

Princeton is a BYOB, 21 and older venue. You will give your drinks to the bartender when you arrive and they will take it and keep it cold for you, numbering a wristband so that you can retrieve it when you want. The club provides mixers. Once inside the club, clothing is optional and many people choose to engage in sexual play with other adults. Anybody who attends is free to stay dressed or undress as they please, or to play or not play with anyone else. Just watching is fine!

I'd like to respond to a question I frequently get asked about this event. People often ask me if they will have fun. The short answer is, that is completely up to you. The long answer is that it depends on what your expectations are going in. If you are going in expecting to meet and play or have sex with someone new, you are likely to end up being disappointed, especially if you don't come with a date of your own and if you don't know that many people already. Lots of us mostly only engage with people we already know. If you go in just expecting to meet people, talk, and get to know the local community, I think you will have a much better time. I would like to see everyone who comes having fun, so I hope that this event is something you come to only if you want to and are open to whatever may (or may not) happen.

We hope to see you there!
 

MusicalRose

Member
Hello All,

Normally we have events at Club Princeton (425 South Princeton Avenue) in the downstairs portion of the club every fourth Friday of the month. However, the fourth Friday of this month is Christmas. Therefore, we will be jumping into an already existing event held by the local organization, Guilty Pleasures, in the upstairs portion of the club, Fetish Foreplay Friday on Friday, December 18th.

This event is an educational kink event, followed by a play party. For those who wish to learn more about kink, or who already enjoy it, this will be a very fun event. This month's educational portion is about leg ties.

Pricing is $15 per person if you show up at 8PM when the class starts and $20 per person after 9:30PM.

If you are not familiar with kink or Club Princeton, please reach out to Rook or Rose to ask questions if you have them and learn more about the event before showing up. It is highly unlikely for someone to show up for a very first event and be able to play or engage in sexual interactions with other complete strangers. If you do not come with someone to play with or have sex with, please understand that you will most likely just be observing for this event.

This event is not being run or hosted by Open Hearts. We are signal boosting for Guilty Pleasures and showing support to another local organization. Guilty Pleasures staff and Club Princeton staff are the best people to go to the night of the event if you run into problems. Of course, please come and talk to Open Hearts facilitators if you have an issue or question, but be mindful not to interrupt scenes they have going on in order to do so.

This event is BYOB like all Princeton events. No alcohol is sold on the premises. 21 years old and older only, please.

Rose
 

MusicalRose

Member
Please join us for our general meeting on the fourth Monday of the month. This month's meeting will be taking place on Monday, December 28th starting at 7PM at Club Diversity (863 South High St.).

We will not be having a presenter this month due to the holidays. Instead, we would like to have a White Elephant gift exchange. Please bring a gift you received over the holidays that you would like to re-gift. Bring your gift wrapped for a chance to get another gift from someone else. If you don't have any unwanted gifts, feel free to purchase a gift to bring and wrap. Suggested pricing is $5-$10. This is a really fun way to get rid of unwanted gifts and I hope many people participate.

We will also be collecting food and winter clothing for those in the Columbus area who are in need during this time of the year. Please bring non-perishable goods and/or winter clothing to donate. Open Hearts will then take the collected materials to local shelters.

Discussions will take place as they come up and as people request them as they have at most meetings. We plan to start back up with presenters in January.

We hope to see you there!
 

MusicalRose

Member
Come join us for our monthly discussion meeting on the fourth Monday of the month on Monday, January 25th at Club Diversity (863 South High St). We are happy to announce we will be having a presenter this month. See below for more details.

"Our culture largely values logic and reason over emotions. People who express their emotions openly are often labeled as crazy, needy or weak. Sharing negative emotions with the people we care about may even be framed as “being a burden.” Some people even believe that if they feel their emotions they will be consumed by them. Those messages dangerously limit the joy we experience, and how well we create connection and intimacy with those we love and care about. Our lack of knowledge about how emotions, and our brain, work, often leave us to wonder why our actions and reactions don’t match what we want our behavior to be. Or why some else acts in a way “that doesn’t make sense.” The logical and emotional parts of our brains exist for a reason. We are at our best when they work together. We are strong enough."

Jay Blevins, LMFT (www.awentherapy.com) is a licensed systems therapist with a private practice in Madison, WI. His practice focuses on alternative relationship structures, alternative sexuality and power dynamics. He has over 7 years of experience working with clients on these issues.

Jay is a contributor to various relationship and sexuality blogs and publications and has been a frequent presenter at alternative lifestyle events and psychotherapy conferences. He is active in the polyamory community where he hosts a Madison chapter of the New York based Poly Cocktails and a local chapter of Sex Geekdom International.

He writes a weekly column, Babble of the Sexes for The Good Men Project.
 

MusicalRose

Member
*PLEASE READ* If you intend to show up, please ask Rose or Rook for the code word. You will not get the special pricing at the door without the code word and will be asked to pay normal club prices. We highly encourage you to attend one of our discussion meetings and get to know some of our community before coming to this type of event. Come join us for a night out at our local lifestyle club, Club Princeton (425 S Princeton Ave, Columbus, OH 43223)(www.clubprinceton.com) starting at 8PM and going until the club closes on Friday, January 29th!

Pricing before 9PM is $15 per person, and $20 per person after 9PM. A one-night membership is included in the door fee. The club still needs your information, but you do not need to pay for membership. Please be sure to register before you arrive to speed up the process of getting in the door.

Princeton is a nightclub that provides local adults a place to hang out, meet, and play with others. The club often has a theme of the night and encourages attendees to join in the fun. Otherwise, feel free to dress up for a night out in general.

Princeton is a BYOB, 21 and older venue. You will give your drinks to the bartender when you arrive and they will take it and keep it cold for you, numbering a wristband so that you can retrieve it when you want. The club provides mixers. Once inside the club, clothing is optional and many people choose to engage in sexual play with other adults. Anybody who attends is free to stay dressed or undress as they please, or to play or not play with anyone else. Just watching is fine!

I'd like to respond to a question I frequently get asked about this event. People often ask me if they will have fun. The short answer is, that is completely up to you. The long answer is that it depends on what your expectations are going in. If you are going in expecting to meet and play or have sex with someone new, you are likely to end up being disappointed, especially if you don't come with a date of your own and if you don't know that many people already. Lots of us mostly only engage with people we already know. If you go in just expecting to meet people, talk, and get to know the local community, I think you will have a much better time. I would like to see everyone who comes having fun, so I hope that this event is something you come to only if you want to and are open to whatever may (or may not) happen.

We hope to see you there!

PLEASE NOTE: Rose will not be the on-site host for this event, as she will be out of town at a conference. Jen or Kevin will be there in her stead. Any of the four facilitators can give you the code word. If you would like to ask Rose, please do it before Friday, as she may be unable to reach technology after that point.
 

MusicalRose

Member
Come join us for our General Meeting on Monday, February 22nd starting at 7PM at Club Diversity (863 South High Street)!

Kink and Poly, Some Additional Possible Levels of Complexity.

Play partners, and power exchange. Masters and slaves. The list of "kink" things that can effect how two people might interact, and how that might effect the way they do poly is nearly never ending. We're going to address some of the typical issues seen around this additional selection of ideas, patterns, and choices. Along the way we're going to answer questions, and see if maybe we can prepare ourselves for what this might mean in our lives.

Bio

The Monkey King

Ever learning and evolving, this monkey's ongoing mission: to spread knowledge, wherever it may be lacking; to seek out kinksters, lifestylers, and leather families, wherever they may be; to boldly improve his mind, to train, study, apprentice, and master those things that he can.
 

MusicalRose

Member
*PLEASE READ* If you intend to show up, please ask one of the leadership team for code word. You will not get the special pricing at the door without the code word and will be asked to pay normal club prices. We highly encourage you to attend one of our discussion meetings and get to know some of our community before coming to this type of event. Come join us for a night out at our local lifestyle club, Club Princeton (425 S Princeton Ave, Columbus, OH 43223)(www.clubprinceton.com) starting at 8PM and going until the club closes on Friday, February 26th!

Pricing before 9PM is $15 per person, and $20 per person after 9PM. A one-night membership is included in the door fee. The club still needs your information, but you do not need to pay for membership. Please be sure to register before you arrive to speed up the process of getting in the door.

Princeton is a nightclub that provides local adults a place to hang out, meet, and play with others. The club often has a theme of the night and encourages attendees to join in the fun. Otherwise, feel free to dress up for a night out in general.

Princeton is a BYOB, 21 and older venue. You will give your drinks to the bartender when you arrive and they will take it and keep it cold for you, numbering a wristband so that you can retrieve it when you want. The club provides mixers. Once inside the club, clothing is optional and many people choose to engage in sexual play with other adults. Anybody who attends is free to stay dressed or undress as they please, or to play or not play with anyone else. Just watching is fine!

I'd like to respond to a question I frequently get asked about this event. People often ask me if they will have fun. The short answer is, that is completely up to you. The long answer is that it depends on what your expectations are going in. If you are going in expecting to meet and play or have sex with someone new, you are likely to end up being disappointed, especially if you don't come with a date of your own and if you don't know that many people already. Lots of us mostly only engage with people we already know. If you go in just expecting to meet people, talk, and get to know the local community, I think you will have a much better time. I would like to see everyone who comes having fun, so I hope that this event is something you come to only if you want to and are open to whatever may (or may not) happen.

We hope to see you there!
 

MusicalRose

Member
Please join us for our monthly discussion meeting, talking about one of the most important relationships, the one we have with our self. Meeting will take place from 7PM-9PM at Club Diversity (863 South High Street, Columbus, OH) on Monday, March 28th. We will be welcoming Dwight Tolliver again for take two, as his first presentation was canceled due to unforeseen circumstances. We hope to see you there!

A Conversation About Self:

There are many entry points related to a conversation about one’s relationship with self. Most of the entry points are valid. Some are riskier than others. But, the entry point is just the start of the journey. The further and deeper one goes into the self, the more disoriented and unstable life and self may seem. Hypothetically, uncertainty and ambiguity become your companions, guides, and protectors. In this discussion, I’m inviting the audience to ask questions of interest and importance to you, your life, and your relationships. Through this format, we can integrate language, which gives each of us the opportunity to be both teacher and student. So, please bring your questions to the discussion and we’ll spontaneously and organically create meaning and purpose about the Self.

Bio:

Dwight is a licensed psychologist, author, and owner of Affirmations Psychological Services, located in Columbus, Ohio. Dwight earned his Ph.D. from the University of Tennessee and completed his internship and post-doctoral fellowship at The Ohio State University. Affirmations Psychological Services is a respected private practice, serving diverse client populations for ~35 years. For the past two and a half years, he's been the majority owner of the practice. The practice expanded into a second office location over the past year, creating opportunities to serve a growing clientele through individual and group therapy, workshops, and presentations. On 12/15/14, Dwight custom- or self-published a book through Orange Frazer Press with Aimee Rocks, a client who has been diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID; formerly known as Multiple Personality Disorder). One of his primary contributions to the book was to expand on the ideas and influences of humanistic psychology, especially in relation to the manifold ways it informed his work with all of Aimee Rocks. Dwight is passionate about humanistic psychology, energy psychology, neuroscience, diversity at manifold levels, ADHD, and severe trauma (how DID typically emerges) and will continue to pursue influence and reach in these areas through his leadership at Affirmations. Please refer to the following websites for more information:

www.affirmationstherapy.com
www.gentlemending.com
 

MusicalRose

Member
*PLEASE READ* If you intend to show up, please ask one of the leadership team for code word. You will not get the special pricing at the door without the code word and will be asked to pay normal club prices. We highly encourage you to attend one of our discussion meetings and get to know some of our community before coming to this type of event.

Come join us for a night out at our local lifestyle club, Club Princeton (425 S Princeton Ave, Columbus, OH 43223)(www.clubprinceton.com) starting at 8PM and going until the club closes on Friday, March 25th!

Pricing before 9PM is $15 per person, and $20 per person after 9PM. A one-night membership is included in the door fee. The club still needs your information, but you do not need to pay for membership. Please be sure to register before you arrive to speed up the process of getting in the door.

Princeton is a nightclub that provides local adults a place to hang out, meet, and play with others. The club often has a theme of the night and encourages attendees to join in the fun. Otherwise, feel free to dress up for a night out in general.

Princeton is a BYOB, 21 and older venue. You will give your drinks to the bartender when you arrive and they will take it and keep it cold for you, numbering a wristband so that you can retrieve it when you want. The club provides mixers. Once inside the club, clothing is optional and many people choose to engage in sexual play with other adults. Anybody who attends is free to stay dressed or undress as they please, or to play or not play with anyone else. Just watching is fine!

I'd like to respond to a question I frequently get asked about this event. People often ask me if they will have fun. The short answer is, that is completely up to you. The long answer is that it depends on what your expectations are going in. If you are going in expecting to meet and play or have sex with someone new, you are likely to end up being disappointed, especially if you don't come with a date of your own and if you don't know that many people already. Lots of us mostly only engage with people we already know. If you go in just expecting to meet people, talk, and get to know the local community, I think you will have a much better time. I would like to see everyone who comes having fun, so I hope that this event is something you come to only if you want to and are open to whatever may (or may not) happen.

We hope to see you there!
 
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