Please sign up to host a Supper Club on March 5, 2020. It’s the National Day of Supper Clubbing, #NDOSC, a chance for local government leaders from around the country to meet up with people in their region for an evening of fellowship and conversation.
What’s a Supper Club?
Supper Clubs are no-host meet-ups for people working in local government. #NDOSC is one special day per year where ELGL hosts multiple Supper Clubs in multiple cities. Supper Clubs usually have between 5-20 people. They’re low-pressure, easy obligation meet up opportunities.
What does hosting mean?
You act as the point person with ELGL to make the #NDOSC event happen in your region. This includes communicating and promoting the event and selecting the restaurant and start time of your event. There is not a financial obligation to host.
What if there’s already a #NDOSC in my region?
The more the merrier! If you review the signup list and see that an event is already being hosted near you, please let ELGL know that you’d like to help. Having a couple of hosts is always a good thing to spread the word about the Supper Club event far and wide.
Anything else I should know?
ELGL will manage registration for all locations. Attending a #NDOSC is free for ELGL members, and $10 for non-members. We’ll send hosts stickers, swag, and money to cover appetizers for the group.