Read a note to event attendees here Type of events we host: Unique experiences and casual get togethers, to help you meet people that have the same interest... there's something for everyone and variety means that you can come to different events, and usually see the same people.
We also focus on life improvement issues which will help you if you have social anxiety, blockages with connecting with people, or just need a few tips on how to create healthy friendships.
Her first husband died from cancer and she has lived alone for more than 20 years.
One of the things I've noticed is what makes our events different is when you walk into a room, everyone is smiles at those entering the room and keen to chat to everyone.
The host is always on hand to make introductions, if you need one or two.
Yet Dan Sickles and Antonio Santini’s Dina, which delves in detail into this very terrain, somehow manages to be compassionate, tender and frequently funny as it explores the tensions between Dina Buno and her fiancé Scott Levin (he suffers from Asperger’s syndrome).
The pair ping around suburban Philadelphia and awkwardly debate their wildly differing expectations of conjugal bliss (she buys him The Joy of Sex, he confesses to “touching” himself) until the movie suddenly delivers a tragic bombshell that pulls Dina’s entire personality into focus.
Too often documentaries are unable to overcome the limitations imposed on them by a real life story and are left with poor camera work and an uneven plot.