June 13, 2010
We are thrilled that the awesomely fabulous ladies of The CleverGirls Collective will be hosting The Bay Area Blogalicious Mixer...
What is the Blogalicious Mixer, you ask? It's a good time. It's a bloggy get-together. It's social media soiree. It's an opportunity to meet with fellow female friends (of the online variety) to enjoy delicious treats, cocktails, and each other's sparkling company. Plus some good, old fashioned swag.
The Blogalicious Mixer is an intimate afternoon of wine, women, and blogs, celebrating the diversity of women of all ethnicities in social media.
Above all, the Blogalicious Mixer is a party! You'll enjoy:
* An afternoon in one of San Francisco's most celebrated event locales
* Delicious snacks of the healthy and chocolate varieties
* A hosted wine bar
* Gift bags
* Celebrity guest, Kim Coles
This event is free to attend but space is extremely limited, so please register here as soon as possible!
June 13, 2010
Blogalicious will be heating up Chicago in June. Join us for an afternoon of relaxation and fun. Come to connect with old bloggy friends; come to make new ones; come for an afternoon away from the kids; come for an outing with the kids. It doesn't matter what the reason; just come and enjoy! Light refreshments will be provided, and kids are welcome. The event is free, but space is limited so please RSVP today.
Heating up Chicago is sponsored by:
June 19th, 2010
Blogalicious and The Red Pump Project are teaming up for what promises to be a fun-filled night. We invite you to Say RED: Cocktails and Conversations in celebration of the Blogging While Brown conference, Juneteenth and raising awareness about HIV/AIDS - the perfect combination! There's one requirement though - you MUST wear red pumps. It's not that difficult and it's super fab. If you don't have red pumps, we're giving you 2 weeks to get a pair (and if you can't swing pumps after a day of conferencing, we totally understand, so we'll take red shoes:).
We are still finalizing the location, but make sure to RSVP because space will be limited.