Ten Non-Romantic Match-Making Events in Seattle

Ten Non-Romantic Match-Making Events in Seattle

Ten non-romantic match-making events in Seattle are creative connect Seattle, Seattle lean in circles, young professionals in Seattle, Seattle arts and cultural events, Seattle outdoor adventures, Seattle soccer club, Seattle meditation group, the writers’ table, the literary ladies book club of Seattle, and Seattle fashion enthusiasts.

1. Creative connect Seattle

2. Seattle Lean in Circles

  • Seattle lean in circles is a Seattle based group designed to empower ambitious females with the aim to meet and be each other’s support network.
  • Members meet once a month, they can meet at any venue in Seattle they wish to.
  • This group brings together like-minded empowered and ambitious females.
  • There is no entry fee, however, if members eat or drink at venues they will need to pay for their orders individually.

3. Young professionals in Seattle

  • This event is for like-minded, young, and professional people who are trying to develop their careers.
  • Based in Seattle, this is a non-romantic meet up designed to give members the right connections that they need, to be who they wish to be professionally or head in the right direction.
  • Members simply join using their Facebook or email account, check out what meet-ups are happening in the city, formally RSVP online, go along and attend, meet new people, connect with like-minded professionals of the same, age and enjoy themselves.
  • There is no mention from what was presented online for a fee to join the group.

4. Seattle arts and cultural events

  • Seattle arts and culture is a meet up designed to bring those who love culture together with the aim to enjoy a shared love of culture in and around the city and make friends.
  • Members join via the meet-up page using their Facebook account or email.
  • There is no mention of fees, however, event tickets, drinks, etc. are assumed to be the responsibility of each participant, but no fee to be a member.
  • Members simply join, see what events are happening, RSVP formally to show that they will attend, pay if there is an event’s fee then meet their new friends at the event and enjoy.

5. Seattle Outdoor Adventurers (SOA)

6. Seattle soccer club

7. The Seattle Meditation — Newbies, Gurus, and Novices Meetup

8. The writers’ table

9. The Literary Ladies Book Club of Seattle

  • This is an event in Seattle designed to bring together women who love to read.
  • Members join by visiting the website, using their Facebook or email account, check the list of events, RSVP formally to what they wish to go to, pay if there is a fee, and meet their new friends at the meeting point. There is no mention of a fee to become a member.
  • This event works by people meeting up to connect with others who love to read, share their views and experience over the last book they read as a group. The group also attend literary events too.

10. Seattle Fashion Enthusiasts

  • This is an event in Seattle designed to bring together those who love fashion and see it as a form of art.
  • Members join by visiting the website, using their Facebook or email account, check the list of events, RSVP formally to what they wish to go to, pay if there is a fee, and meet their new friends at the meeting point. There is no mention of a fee to become a member.
  • This event works by people meeting up to connect with others to discuss fashion, meet other fashion industry workers, go to local fashion-themed events.

Research Strategy:

Throughout the research after consulting a high number of events and meet-ups in the Seattle area presented on Meet Up, they were either one of two categories: 1. For romantic reasons to meet up and no real common love for a hobby or interest in life. 2. A non-romantic group where people in the group are matched, based on the fact that they have a common interest, and are not there for a date, a new relationship, or life partner.Therefore, we went with the latter and have excluded those groups that wanted to focus on finding a new romantic partner, and no focus on if there is a common interest within the group.

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