) connections at your branch in a fun, inclusive, and diverse setting.Outcomes: – What is speed dating, why it’s popular, and why libraries can be a place for people to find love while preserving a literary connection.I decided option c) would be the least awkward and identified the trio spots by placing little stars at the seat.Everyone still moved over one seat each round like usual, but they occasionally found themselves in a trio instead of one-on-one.
Here’s an animation by Danny Fast to help visualise the movement: Having an Odd Number of Attendees: You can prepare for an odd number in three ways: a) step in as a participant yourself to make it even, b) set up one spot with snacks and books or a continuing story or crafts instead, or c) create one trio match station.“I knew that if that’s what I wanted, I needed to go home. Finding the right read for your book club can feel a little bit like dating sometimes.Sometimes it’s hard to accept our love lives won’t be like the romances in the fictional stories we’ve read. Participants will be divided into two groups: people who are 20 to 34 and people who are 35 and up.Not everyone has a childhood friend or a high school sweetheart who conveniently becomes “the one.” Not everyone knows a firefighter who is single and looking. Smith branch (located on College St., one block east of Spadina Ave.) will be hosting its first literary speed dating event. All you have to do is call 416-393-7746 or drop by the branch to register, and then bring your favourite book to the event to discuss with your potential dates.