NotaClub is literally NOT a ‘CLUB’ so has no ‘members’ – there’s nothing to ‘join’.
NotaClub, to prosper, requires the participation of people who choose to become associated with it to create and engage in it’s many social activities.
For this reason NotaClub doesn’t try and talk people in to ‘join’ NotaClub, just for the sake of it – there’s no point.
The reality is, people who ‘join’ NotaClub who have no intention of forming an ACTIVE relationship with the NotaClub Social Community add no long-term value and can only diminish the efforts of those people who ARE putting in to make NotaClub what it is.
That’s why we recommend people come and check NotaClub out first, before they decide if the NotaClub Social Community is ‘their kind of people’.
On the other hand NotaClub does invite people who WANT TO form an ACTIVE relationship and ADD to the NotaClub ‘experience’ by their PARTICIPATION and CONTRIBUTION to our many social activities that EVERYONE gets to benefit from.
(You may not want to ‘commit’ to a social group that requires any level of participation. That’s OK – there are loads of other social groups who do welcome people for an ad-hoc membership).
Meetup's business is to provide an online 'system' for groups to utilise - for a fee - and endeavors to brand groups that uses it's service as 'Meetup Groups'.
This tends to give the impression that groups that use the Meetup system sort of 'work' for Meetup or that Meetup is responsible for the groups that pay to use it's online system.
This is NOT the case - there's NO SUCH THING as a 'Meetup' group.
Meetup has no interest in, nor does Meetup get involved in any way with the running of, any group that uses it's online system other than to investigate possible breaches of it's 'Terms of Service' that everyone agrees to and should read before starting a Meetup account.
NotaClub - and other groups that use the Meetup system do so of their own volition and expense.
NotaClub has no other relationship with either Meetup or any other group that also use Meetup's system to house it's group's activities.
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To access the NotaClub web site and include yourself onto the NotaClub member list so you can access the event calendar, communications and photo galleries, you’ll need a ‘Meetup’ account.
If you’ve already got a Meetup account then simply go to NotaClub’s ‘public’ group on Meetup and request to join.
If you don’t already have a ‘Meetup’ account go to Meetup’s website and create one HERE
- ONLY one person in the image.
- NO Hats or Sunglasses that hide you.
- NO ‘side’ , ‘distance’ or ‘alternative’ images.
- NO ‘in the shade’ or ‘vague’ images.
When you’ve created your Meetup account … go to NotaClub’s group pages on the Meetup site HERE click the ‘join us’ button and complete the joining process.
Once you’ve done that, a NotaClub organiser will finalise the process and you’re ‘in’ with a trial membership of the NotaClub social community.
If for any reason, at any time, you change your mind about a relationship with NotaClub you can remove yourself.
If we don’t see you at any of our social get-togethers after about 30 days after you join we’ll assume you’ve changed your mind about starting a relationship with NotaClub and you will be removed from the member list during one of our regular ‘house-keeping’ cleanups.
Should this occur you can request to re-join in the future.
Check out NotaClub’s calendar on the Meetup web site for upcoming social get-togethers you can come to.
Come to some – get to meet people and make friends.
You get to meet with us, we get to meet with you and we all work out whether we’re each other’s type of people in a casual un-structured social environment.
FYI – the NotaClub ‘Ultimate Social Event’ on any Wednesday is particularly good for introducing yourself to NotaClub – and very often you’ll find get-togethers not listed on the calendar.
Once you’ve been to a few get-togethers, you’re well on your way to becoming an active member of the NotaClub Social Community.
If you’re still undecided about your participation with the NotaClub social community but would still like to come to our get-togethers, that’s OK by us – many people do just that.
Just come to any of our ‘open’ get- togethers – in particular the ‘Ultimate Social Get-Together’ any Wednesday night – as often as you like – and see what happens :- details HERE