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While many are finding each other on Meetup. It was such an amazing experience — many attendees were extremely grateful and prompted me to run the same type of program on a weekly basis. It was a dream! In regular speed dating the men sit on one side of the table and never move, while the women shift over one seat each time. But in that scenario, each person only matches with half of the attendees. I needed everyone to match with each other — regardless of gender!
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Have you ever wished you could have just one hour to mingle with the best programming librarians, see samples of their finest events, and ask them how they did it? Ten programming librarians gave lightning talks about some of their most successful programs while approximately 80 attendees table-hopped to hear as much as they could in one hour. For those who missed this event at the conference or were ALALeftBehind, here are a sampling of ideas to inspire you.
Friend Speed Dating is a low-key social event designed to help new adults make new friends. Every attendee spends two minutes talking with each of the other attendees; the "matching" period is followed by time for coffee and a casual activity, like card-making. This event was part of our ongoing program series aimed towards the 20s and 30s crowd. I decided to run this program as part of our It's On series for new adults because I regularly hear from and somethings in the area that they have trouble meeting new friends after they leave university. The goal was to provide a low-stress, fun environment for them to meet new friends, and to draw new patrons in their 20s and 30s to the library.