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Lock and Key Events are the interactive and FUN way to network, meet your match, make new friends...just to have a great time!
Speed-dating has become ironic; it’s actually one of the slowest forms of dating around.
I spend half an hour setting up the room, putting café numbers on the tables, and writing out name badges.
“I would like to thank all the loyal patrons – the people who were there on opening night and who were still there 22 years later – thank you.
Through the years, those patrons, along with the staff and managers, made us the night club we were all these years.” Colorado Café opened its doors in 1995 and was opened Wednesdays and Friday through Sunday.
July 3 Facebook post quickly garnered attention and, as of press time, the announcement had received more than 2,000 shares and nearly 2,100 comments. Sad to see them close the doors,” stated Michelle Jouvin. ’ particularly since the café had, just four days earlier, posted its July calendar of events on that very same social media page.The establishment offered line dancing complete with lessons every Wednesday night, and on Fridays, there was karaoke and a top 40 dance party.Additionally, the Colorado Café restaurant featured a American fare bar/pub style menu and the venue, over the years, welcomed various live bands and was home to ‘Buck-off,’ New Jersey’s one and only mechanical bull. I will always remember the friends I made there, dating my current husband there, going for my birthdays, my bachelorette, just to do something different with friends, all the dances I learned there…” stated Wendy Moses on Facebook. RIP to the Colorado Café.” “I remember when the Colorado Café opened.Throughout your quest of 50, 100 or even more locks/keys, you are sure to meet tons of people of the opposite sex in a fun and different way. Her friend, Woman Number Six, quickly corroborates.“She is. Our events take place all over Northern NJ primarily.