screening of the newly released film version of the book.
"I'm really excited for these fun opportunities," said Mendoza, who added that her New Year's resolution is "to be brave this year" and take new chances.
The hosts say to dress in whatever fashion makes you feel comfortable.
The event is free, but ticketed to try to keep an even balance of men and women, though Dixon says adults of all ages and orientations are welcome to attend.
She's a local artist, managing director of Berkshire Creative at 1Berkshire.
And yes, she's single, but she knows she's not the only one.
What Berkshire Flirt is doing for singles is great, as it connects them with others who are also looking to meet new people so that they can spend a lifetime enjoying our region," he said.
"Personally, I feel like people don't date anymore.
So we started talking about how to cultivate an event where people could just get together and maybe make a connection," Dixon said.
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