Speed dating is simply safer and more effective, especially when compared to online dating as there is no substitute for real, human, face-to-face introductions. Many friendships and other connections are borne from our events; it's a great social event where everyone just happens to be single and open to making new relationships - whatever that might lead to.
DOWNLOAD THE TIMELINE AND PARTNERSHIP FAQS MISSION STATEMENT The Museum of Northwest Art connects people with the art, diverse cultures and environments of the Northwest.
COLLECTIONS Mo NA collects and exhibits contemporary art from across the Northwest, including Alaska, British Columbia, California, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington.
If you need to cancel you may be eligible for a refund or event rain check, based on our cancellation policy, provided you contact us before the event day.
Upon successful registration we will email you a confirmation with the event details.
If you are single and living in Northwest Michigan and would like Pre-Dating to run a local speed dating event, please sign up below!
Once we have attracted enough attendees for this event, we will contact you: In order to ensure equal numbers of men and women at our events, everyone must register in advance.
As a reporter for LA Talk said, “ I walked through the venue without even noticing the tables of daters; events are so chic and low key you might just walk right by.” We couldn’t have said it better ourselves. Much like a private club, not every dater is for us.
We are the only organization to routinely screen daters we feel may not be a good fit for our clients.
Ideal for out-of-towners or patrons with first-date jitters, swift dialogue offers the chance to bypass awkward moments, and within 48 hours after events, an online-dating system connects pairs that clicked.
Along with speed events, Professionals in the City also hosts outdoorsy outings, speed networking events, and a dating-centric lecture series to keep its members active, connected, and well-informed.
, an exhibition designed to draw attention to climate change and its impact on the Northwest’s coastal communities, provides the forum for artists together with environmental researchers and educators to present the public with new perspectives on issues such as flooding and storm surge.