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Speed date your tuchus off at "Let My People Go Go Go" SpeedDating! (Ages 34-52)

Saturday, June 24 @ Seven Bar & Grill

Saturday, June 24 @ Seven Bar & Grill

Seven Bar & Grill (photo 1 of 1)
Time:
8:45
Category:
Speeddating

Most of our "Let My People Go Go Go!" speed dating event for ages 34-52 have been sold out!  So sign up today before tickets are Let My People Gone Gone Gone.

Ages for the June 24 session:

  • Women:  34-47
  • Men 38-52

We are again partnering with the speed dating pros at WeekendDating.com to bring you "Let My People Go Go Go" speed dating.  

WeekendDating has over 40 engagements to their credit and we've married off more people than a Las Vegas Elvis, so success is virtually guaranteed.1

Let's Get Wild! Jewish Singles Tour of the Bronx Zoo

Sunday, June 25 @ Bronx Zoo

This event is geared for all Jewish singles and is not intended to be gender-balanced or age-specific. Please attend if you have an interest in the Zoo and are looking to meet other fun Jewish singles.

Lets Explore the Bronx Zoo with our own Private Tour Guide

Dating scene driving you apeshit? Join us for a more informal adventure at a Private Tour of the Bronx Zoo for Jewish Singles members of LetMyPeopleGo.com and SocialEvents123.com.

This is a fun event where you can learn about the relationship between predators and their prey, including the physical and behavioral adaptations that help animals survive, meet some fun singles and make some new friends.

Kosher Nostra! Jewish Gangsters Tour of the Lower East Side

Sunday, July 16 @ Lower East Side, NYC

This event is geared for all Jewish singles and is not intended to be gender-balanced or age-specific. Please attend if you are interested in learning about the history of Jewish gangsters in NYC and meeting other fun Jewish people. 

 

Lets Explore Jewish Gangster History with our own Private Tour Guide

They put the “organized” into “organized crime!”

Monk Eastman ran the roughest street gang in all of New York, but he was buried as a decorated WWI soldier. Bugsy Siegel and Meyer Lansky first met over a hot dice game on Rivington Street. Years later, they established the crime syndicate that turned bootleg liquor into a multi-million dollar enterprise and made Las Vegas the gambling empire of America. They were thugs. They were businessmen. They were the Jewish Gangsters of the Lower East Side.