15 Jun Romance at the dance?
Between working, commuting, shopping, exercising and the many other aspects of everyday life, when can a single professional find a new friendship or romance?
The answer may be found at a Single Professionals Network event.
Holding weekend dances at some of Toronto’s ritziest establishments, the company has been entertainingthe over-30 crowd for more than 15 years.
Why not dance your way to romance?
You aren’t Ginger Rogers ou say? More Fred Flintstone than Fred Astaire? Not to worry, the network offers occasional dance lessons, allowing you to learn how to cut a rug in grand style.
Over the years, the company has made several successful romantic matches. “We know of many couples who have gotten married through the events, and they invite us to the weddings” aays Peter Finch, co-founder of the Single Professionals Network.
Finch says he started the organization after seeing the need for a place where singles could “dress up, look good and have a great time by mixing, mingling and dancing the night away”.
“We gather hundreds of people each week, many people go for the ffriendships and a pleasant evening out – you might as well enjoy being single!” he says.
For more information on attending an event, call (416) 236-8222, or visit the network’s website at www.singlesparties.com.