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Meetup Inventory

This week I chartered three new meetup groups, bringing my total to six. Here is the list. Pass the info onto anyone who may be interested:

Northern VA Walking Meetup:

Our scheduled walks and hikes are of the easy to moderate variety and most are also dog and kid friendly. Plan on leisurely adventures with plenty of time to stop and smell the wildflowers or look at the city landmarks. You are encouraged to bring snacks, a journal, a camera, whatever you'd like to carry to make the experience more enjoyable.

About every month or so we hold a Happy Hour for members -if you'd like to join our group but want to get to know a few folks before showing up for a walk we welcome you to join us at next happy hour.


Northern VA Supper Club:

The Northern Virginia Supper Club hosts a member dinner each month. One of our members hosts the dinner and prepares the main entree. The rest of the members bring a side to share. Come and share your love for all things culinary and build new friendships with other 20s and 30s and 40s women, men and couples in the NoVA/DC metro area.


Northern VA Women in Fellowship:

The NoVA Christian Women in Fellowship provides the opportunity to meet and fellowship with other Christian women in their 20s and 30s and 40s in the Northern Virginia/DC Metro area.


Northern VA Computer Training Meetup:

Our meetup group offers a forum for members to learn new computer skills and we welcome all levels of computer users.

We don't expect you to know everything (or even the first thing) about computers and we won't ever look down our noses at members who are new to the basics. Instead, we offer a supportive group environment for you to learn how to leverage technology to help you accomplish the things that matter to you most.


Manassas Thirtysomethings Meetup:

Here we are, forever out of our 20s. Some of us have children, some of us don't. Some of us are married and homeowners, some of us are single and answer to no one including the mortgage bank.

We are all one generation and we are all living out here in Prince William County or Manassas proper.

Come and socialize with the fellow members! Make new friends and enjoy new experiences.


Manassas Book Group:

Join us for a monthly book discussion evening with refreshments.

The gathering is held at Barnes and Noble in the Westgate Plaza and the meeting date varies.

Each month, one book is chosen by the discussion group members to be read and discussed at the following month's meeting. A group notebook is kept to record books reviewed, discussion details and book recommendations.


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