I spent most of the first day of the three day event wandering around on my own, and it was during this period that an event on the schedule caught my eye: Super Sonic Speed Dating. It started in California during the late 90s, intended for people who are too busy or awkward to meet someone at a bar or café.
People are assigned numbers and then change partners every two minutes or so.
If you tick yes to someone and they tick yes to you, that's a match!
As a rule, men pay 20 dollars and women get in for free.
I asked the guy how that changed for LGBT speed dating and he looked confused for a moment before telling me he wasn’t actually sure.
Games for the dogs; raffles; treats for the dogs and for humans; coffee; live music by guitarist/singer Richard Kay.
These parties are to raise awareness about different subjects related to animals.
We believe that meeting members of the opposite sex is best achieved in a relaxed, natural, and enjoyable environment.