Charity Happy Hour at Umaya! – 30s & 40s Going Out Group
Okay, time to get together for our next happy hour! Our happy hour will benefit Many Languages One Voice, a nonprofit organization that fosters leadership and facilitates community-led initiatives to increase the meaningful inclusion of people in the District of Columbia who do not speak English as their primary language.… requested $5 or $10 cash donation (but not required). https://www.mlovdc.org/ Please note 80% of donations go to Many Languages One Voice and 20% of donations will go to the 30s & 40s Going Out Group to cover Meetup fees and expenses. (Socialize) DJ Saam will be spinning beats for us. Our happy hours typically bring out 100 – 150 folks… and I wouldn’t be surprised with a similar turnout this time around (Note: I’ve been getting this question a lot lately, but please know our 30s & 40s Going Out Group’s RSVP numbers are not inflated with +99 added to the organizer’s RSVP or due to signups from a previous “rotating” or “recurring” event). (Meet new people) If you haven’t been there before, Umaya is a contemporary Japanese izakaya restaurant and bar. The exotic décor and live DJs complete the experience. From furnishings to fare, Umaya will envelope visitors into its enchanting sanctuary! 21+ (Socialize some more) To help continue the friendly tone of this group, I’d like to again encourage each person to have a GOAL OF MEETING 3 NEW PEOPLE at this event. To help do this, for an icebreaker, we’ll put your name in a jar as you walk in, and then give you someone else’s name from the jar. Also, 30s & 40s Allstars, please help make all the newcomers feel welcome to our group! – J.T. — METRO & PARKING The closest Metro is Metro Center (Red, Orange, Blue, Silver lines), about a 2 minute walk, and Gallery Place – Chinatown (Yellow, Green, Red lines), about a 3 minute walk. I suggest Metro / cabbing / Uber’ing if you can. I also recommend using wmata.com for travel planning. Don’t forget to account for Metro, traffic, and parking delays. If you are driving, you will need to find street parking or a garage. I recommend using parkopedia.com for garage parking planning. DRESS CODE Most people will be coming from work, so business casual will be the norm. SPECIAL NEEDS If you have any special needs (e.g. wheelchair, dietary for events with food included, etc.), let me know in advance (a week or more before the event) and I will do my best to accommodate (message me through my Meetup profile, do NOT comment on the event posting). If you let me know the day of the event, I cannot guarantee that I will be able to help. Thank you for understanding and I appreciate the courtesy of a heads up!