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Florida Creatives Happy Hour @ Fringe

Orlando Fringe


Orlando Fringe Beer Tent
812 E Rollins Street Loch Haven Park
Orlando, FL 32803
Community or Meetup: 
May 22 2013 6:30p - 9:30p

Orlando Fringe has been a stop on the Florida Creatives Happy Hour circuit since our first year. They create a great collaborative environment for art on the edge, particularly theatre, though there is some awesome visual art, poetry and music there as well. This year there will even be a Pecha Kucha Night as an official Fringe show!

Some of you may have noticed that we haven't had many Happy Hours this year... that's because I've been really busy putting together my first-ever Fringe show, The 39 Steps. The story of how I got to this point? Ask me at the beer tent.

Florida Creatives Happy Hour South - Alpha


Brew Urban Cafe - Victoria Park - US1
638 N. Federal Hwy
Ft Lauderdale, FL 33304
Community or Meetup: 
Aug 18 2009 6:00p - 8:30p

This is an impromptu event planned because a few people have been making noise about South Florida recently. I am going to be in town on the 18th, and I just decided to throw out an invite. We've got healthy meetups in Orlando and on the Space Coast, so there is a growing state-wide network. South Florida is so huge, this is a great next event.

Florida Creatives Happy Hour #22


Crooked Bayou
50 E Central Blvd # D
Orlando, FL 32801
Aug 18 2008 6:00p - 9:00p

Every single 3rd Monday for the past 20 3rd Mondays, a group of geeks, artists, writers and other creative types have been gathering in Orlando for a networking event otherwise unheard of in this part of the country.

Folks from a wide variety of jobs - designers, poets, programmers, entrepreneurs, bloggers, podcasters, painters, filmmakers, musicians, actors - plus plenty of friends, boyfriends, girlfriends, wives, husbands, and acquaintances get together for some delicious Cajun/Creole food (and the ever-popular hot tots and fried pickles), beverages, and discussion.

Should we keep meeting in a bar?

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I've had a few folks hem and haw about coming to Florida Creatives Happy Hour because we meet in a bar. they are uncomfortable being around drinkers. I always assure them that it's not a big drunken mess.

Can we do anything to help foster the family atmosphere, but keep to the core values? Socializing is pretty much priority 1, and creating a space for people and other meeting organizers to get together to make plans or hash out community stuff is invaluable.

There's lots more to say about this topic, but I just want to get the discussion going.

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