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… of mostly ‘over 40’s’ people in Melbourne who, collectively, organise and host many varied social get-togethers so that all ‘NotaClubbers’ get many opportunities to participate in good fun and good socialising.
… every person who chooses to
associate themselves with NotaClub
is equally responsible for
the creation of
and participation in
as many opportunities as possible
for ‘NotaClubbers’ to
get together for
good fun and good socialising.
Often, we have many get-togethers arranged for the same day – especially on weekends.
… and, because of it’s structure, has no ‘members’, simply because there’s nothing to ‘join’.
The ONLY way anyone can become part of the NotaClub Social Community is simply by their ACTIVE PARTICIPATION in our many and varied social get-togethers.
NotaClub’s activities are all about ‘socialising’ and having fun with like-minded people, not matchmaking – but there’s no reason why you won’t meet the ‘person of your dreams’ at a NotaClub get-together.
Many people have.
In fact, the NotaClub social community has been responsible for the creation of lots of ‘couples’, (including those who are now married).
Many of these people continue to be some of the most active participants in our many social activities.
… was created to advertise NotaClub’s existence
… invites anyone who think they’d like to actively participate with NotaClub to come and check us out at our many fun get-togethers where we all get to decide whether we’re each other’s type of people in a casual, non-confronting way.
NotaClub’s social get-togethers are conceived, organised and ‘hosted’ by any member of our social community who’s decided they’d like to provide an opportunity for other ‘NotaClubbers’ to get together to participate in ‘good fun and good socialising’.
The synergy and success of every NotaClub get-together is entirely determined by the contribution of each and every person who attends it.
No two get-togethers are ever the same because there’s always different people coming to them.
As examples, all the background images on this website come from various NotaClub get-togethers.
All were organised by people in the NotaClub social community for the benefit of everyone who chose to attend.
While many of them were some of our ‘bigger’ get-togethers, which can be in fairly noisy places where communication is difficult, most of NotaClub’s most successful get-togethers involve smaller groups of about half-a-dozen people in places where conversation is easy.
- Restaurants, Live Bands, Pubs Bars, Nightclubs, Golf (Hit & Giggle)
- Parties, House parties, Sports events, Lunches, Brunches, Dinners, Barbeques
- Dances, Car Rallies, Mystery Tours, Wineries, Shows, Movies, Karaoke
- Walks, Concerts, Scavenger hunts, Camping weekends, Weekends away, Overseas trips
just come to NotaClub’s
‘Ultimate Social get-together’,
have some fun
and make new friends.
- We ‘socialise’ with
friends we’ve made.
- We greet people joining us
for the first time.
- We re-greet people
- We make new friends.
- We reminisce and laugh
about previous events
we’ve had fun at.
- We make plans for
- We joke.
- We share stories.
- We network
and make more friends.
- in short … we do good fun
and good socialising
Even if you’re just a visitor to Melbourne and want a bit of inexpensive casual fun on a Wednesday evening with a bunch of great people.
You don’t need to ‘book’ – just come and join in the evening of ‘good fun and good socialising’ with other like-minded people.
We don’t bite!
Every person who now participates in our social community had to walk in that door for the first time and say ‘Hi’
No matter how much you’ll try and persuade yourself not to come – the reality is, there’s NO reason for not coming and just checking us out.
One thing’s for certain, if you don’t come, you’ll never know what could have happened in your life.
Don’t forget – you can leave whenever you like.
This get-together starts at about 6:30 p.m. with a ‘mingle’ in the area provided for us.
(Think a really casual, ‘come-as-you-are’, cocktail-party-type environment).
This is the best and least confronting time to just find this get together’s host and just join in with the group of people you’ll meet.
Making new friends in this environment is easy.
During this period those people who want to dine order their meals.
Whether you’re having a meal or not there’s no ‘set’ seating and even those people who do have a meal are generally moving around again once they’ve finished dining.
It’s better you DON’T come with someone.
If you do you’ll end up being with, and talking to, that person you came with all night and you’ll BOTH just ‘close yourselves off’ to interaction with others by doing this.
Come by yourself and start making some new friends of your own.
Once you’ve done that invite friends to come and meet us at future NotaClub Social get-togethers.
Don’t make the mistake of propping yourself in one spot – or even worse, sitting at one of the tables all night.
There’ll be a whole bunch of people who are also there to meet others.
Don’t leave it to them to find you – work the room – move around the group – schmooze – get to meet people.
On the way round you’ll meet loads of great people – and probably others who, like you, are there for the first time.
In just a few weeks you’ll have made a load of new acquaintances, start a whole new social life for yourself and, likely, a bunch of people who will be your future friends.
Just like all the other people who are now our NotaClub ‘regulars’ did.
… this get-together is all about ‘socialising’ – not dining.
… if you DO want a meal, you can get one, (which is ‘pub fare’ and priced from about only $20).
… but, this get-together is so casual, there’s no need to spend ANYTHING if you don’t want to.
… every week sees loads of people who come just for a Wednesday night ‘socialise’ who spend nothing on food or drink.
… this is not a late night!
… most people have left by about 9:30 pm – even the late-stayers have generally left before 10:00 pm – anyway, this event is so un-structured you can just leave whenever it suits you.
… every week there’s generally a few people visiting for the first time. Because our group is so large no-one really knows who they are.
… most people will likely just think you’re someone they’ve never met before at a get-together.