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Please register to participate in our discussions with 1.5 million other members - it's free and quick! Try one of these to meet new people Joining a workout/yoga/spin class Alumni Club Softball/Kickball/running/cycling/volleyball/walking team or club Do you have a college degree? I attend Yellow-Tie International Business Development Association — Yellow-Tie The last event had 100's in attendence Parties in the Park - Parties in the Park is this wednesday. Check the rft/stltoday/metromix etc for events and festivals going on. It's VERY easy to meet people after they've had one or two. It sounds like you hang out in the right areas if you are looking to meet a guy about your age with a good job, educated, and stable.
Some forums can only be seen by registered members. See if your alma mater has an alumni club in the area. If you're into the bar scene, I always found that the Central West End was filled with young professional single people. Even if you're not particularly athletic...joining a goofy kickball team can be a great time. Attend any of the bars surrounding the stadium on gameday. I think your best bet is to go to Metropolis events, meetup events, and maybe take a stab at online dating.
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Like you said, everyone around my age seems to be married. I also see that you moved to Compton Heights...excellent choice! I hang out in Soulard, CWE, and local hole in the walls in Tower Grove near my neighborhood. I didn't know about meetup.com, and I did come across Metropolis last night where I signed up for the newsletter. So it's not that bad, but I think you will have to be a bit more persistant & patient than if you were in a larger city like Chicago or NYC.
After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. Louis, and I am looking to join some young professional organizations or looking for events that cater to singles. Of course, you can always just join a group that is focused on something you like. But don't go into that kind of stuff looking for dates, but instead looking for friends who will have single friends that you can get to know. Louis, like many mid-sized metro areas and cities in the midwest, has too many "Let's get married and have kids ASAP" types.
It seems to be very difficult to date here because everyone my age is married! Volunteering, religious organization, book club, whatever. When I was single, I pretty much dated people I was introduced to through friends, or met while out at bars with friends.mkallen, I have the same problem as you. I never had this much trouble in other cities I've lived in. Louis is a fun organization focusing young professionals in the city. Louis area groups, including a couple young professional singles groups. These things are full of transplants and well travelled locals, so it's easy to meet people you have common interests with. Are you living in the suburbs or do you work with an older crowd? Louis isn't full of transplants as as such a lot of the people who live there now hang out with the same crowd they did in high school or college. Louis is cliquish, because I really don't see much evidence that that is true (Chicago was MUCh more imo)I am 24. It doesn't exactly look wonderful being a single female in a bar by herself, you know? We did get on the lousy Forbes magazine best place to be single though, like #23 or something like that.