Outdoors and Adventure: Meetup Highlight
If you’re in Montana and want to get a taste of what the Treasure State really has to offer, be sure to hook up with The Bozeman Adventure Club. The Meetup organizes a great variety of hikes around the Bozeman area, very close to Gallatin National Forest and northern Yellowstone National Park.
The group is run by Jordan and Alison Udall, awesome Organizers who do a great job of letting hikers know what they’re getting into with their detailed event descriptions. Check out their recent Windy Pass/Gallatin Crest hike, for instance. Jordan and Alison work hard to plan mind blowing trips and to secure nearly impossible-to-get backcountry permits so their members can experience the Montana wilderness with them.
They’re also traveler friendly, so if you don’t live in Montana be sure to look the Bozeman Adventure Club up on your next trip!
Education & Learning: Meetup Highlight
Meetup members everywhere are finding cool and unexpected ways to learn about most everything. Join the fun and get out of the classroom — and into a Meetup Group!
- Like reading Edgar Allen Poe, or maybe just watching vampire shows on TV? Well, try learning the real story about cemeteries by joining the New York Cemetery Meetup.
- Maybe you’re more interested Sci-Fi? Well, check out the Chicago Science Field Trips Meetup Group, and put your knowledge to the test.
- But what does it really mean to be in a Meetup Group? Find some answers at the Philosophy Cafe - Cafe Philosophique Meetup Group in San Francisco, CA.
- And if you’re looking for something totally out of this world, there’s always the Sydney Astronomy Meetup Group!
Check out Education & Learning Meetup Groups in your area here!
Photo from the New York Cemetery Meetup.
In Caroline’s classroom, every Education and Learning Meetup gets an A+!
Movies & Film: Meetup Highlight
While many film buffs restrict their cinematic participation to viewing and discussing, New York City’s Dark Kidney Filmmaking Effort Meetup Group jumps feet first into the production process.
They host everything from writers’ circles to industry lectures and frequently collaborate on projects together. In May, they even worked on films for Tropfest!
If you love your watch parties but want to get creative with your film interest, this might be just the Meetup Group for you.
Lights, camera, Meetup! Cut to Sarah Jean, who works behind the scenes to make sure every Movies and Film Meetup is ready for their closeup!