The service sets up personalized phone interviews and asks for information on its website to put together like-minded singles.
At the end of the event, Blazynsky compiles all the yes and no answers and puts the positives together.Blazynski says "we also have 20 other icebreakers we use — we are accountable for everyone having a great time."Another way to kick start your social life and enjoy some culture are the social events offered at Hartford area museums and arts institutions including Real Art Ways and the New Britain Museum of American Art.It offers live DJ music Thursdays through Sundays, happy hour, plus a delicious small plate menu.In Hartford, try the bar scene at the Firebox Bar and Restaurant.Museum after Dark — a quarterly event aimed at young professions — is another go-to event.
Sarah Rohlfing, supervisor of visitor services, said, "We get between 600 and 1,000 people attending.It is incredibly diverse and inclusive, and everyone feels comfortable. Similarly, the New Britain Museum of American Art hosts First Fridays each month that include jazz, light refreshment, drinks and activities, including food tastings and dance lessons.The museum also has a world-class art collection to take in and time for chatting and making new friends.For the east of the river crowd, Glastonbury's Roof Top 120 offers live DJ music on Fridays, a happy hour, a martini menu, specialty cocktails, and if you are hungry from all that socializing, a full dinner menu.If go slow is your style, there's a matchmaking service called Its Just Lunch. Black People - This site is specifically designed to help African American singles navigate the difficult world of dating.