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First Dates
(for Ages 30-39)

Go on a date with a real "Nature Enthusiast". Learn about local plants and animals. Or become experts together. Check out books from the library to help identify different varieties.

Participate in a Church or community service project. Look in the local paper for opportunities.

Attend a gymnastics meet (a unique sports event which is interesting to watch).

Visit a flea market or garage sales. Have a contest to see who can get the most unusual item for $1.

Pick up trash in a section of your community. There are local cleanups organized within the community, or stretches of roads sponsored by different organizations. But you don't have join a group. Look around and see the need.

Make home-made ice cream. Experiment with a new flavor. If your freezer is hand operated you can take turns twirling the crank.

Have a "Bring your own topping" waffle party (i.e. whipped topping, strawberries, blueberries, ice cream, peaches, apple sauce, bacon, etc.).

Ask for help with a special baking project. When the masterpiece is finished, present it to your kitchen helper--with an invitation for a second date.

Enjoy sitting around a fireplace eating popcorn and visiting with your friends. Spend the time telling your favorite jokes and stories.

Volunteer to prepare and serve dinner at an orphanage or a local homeless shelter. While service in needed throughout the year, there are greater needs during various holidays. You can also donate canned and packaged goods. Find out what are their unique needs.

Help someone move to a new home.

Get a good-sized group together around a large fire and have a sing along. Ask those in the group that can play guitars, harmonica, or accordions to bring them along for accompaniment. You might print up words to some songs. Bring supplies for roasting marshmallows.

Ride a tram at one of the ski areas or at a scenic falls. If a hiking trail is available, take a walk. Otherwise enjoy the beautiful scenery.

Exercise together (jogging, yoga, tai-bo, aerobics class, weight lifting, etc.).

Make a bet with your friend. Make sure you choose something that you can't possibly win. Bet him/her a night on the town. Then when you lose, you can take him/her out.

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