Do you wish you could have more of the kinds of conversations you have late at night where for some reason, you feel safe talking about the things you actually care about?
Bring your friends (or come by yourself) and spend your Sunday afternoon at an event where you know everyone else is there for the same reason.
We'll be offering cards with "big talk" conversational questions on them to get you started, and we'll have lots of structure to make sure that you actually talk to people and that it's not awkward. Not feeling like answering a particular question? No worries, we'll have plenty to choose from, like, "When are you the happiest?" and, "If you were going to become close friends with me, what would I need to know about you?" We'll give you ground rules to make sure you feel comfortable and safe sharing as much of yourself as possible while still feeling in complete control of how much you divulge. Want more info? Check us out at www.skipthesmalltalk.org
**There will be no pizza at this event-- feel free to bring your own food if you'd like!**
Since this is at a brewery, the event is 21+ and you'll need to present a valid photo ID. Aeronaut Brewing Company is wheelchair accessible.
Check-in for this event will begin around 12:00 pm. Please do your best to arrive at or before 12:15 pm if you haven't been to one of these before so you don't miss the intro, but feel free to come late if you need to-- you'll still be able to participate just fine! If you've come to a Skip the Small Talk before and would rather skip the intro, feel free to come at 12:35 pm.
Ready to skip the small talk with us? Grab a suggested donation ticket since entry is on a first come first serve basis-- once we are out of tickets, we will not be able to accommodate folks at the door. Ticket link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/skip-the-small-talk-at-aeronaut-tickets-63025064665
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