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NYE Events for Singletons

There are a few people who absolutely refuse to find a date for NYE, and I'd wager it brings out that icky commercialized feeling that inspires so many to go stag on Valentine's Day. Never the less, those making "Get a room!" comments under their breath when the clock strikes midnight and everyone starts swapping fluids. While there are many ways to snag some arm candy for an evening, singles-specific events are nothing to sneeze at, especially when the cost to attend can be upwards of ninety dollars! A couple of Toronto events await you, after the jump.

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Single Horizons is hosting an event for those 35+ at The Hollywood. Tickets are now $59.99, and the RSVP deadline is today, December 30! Call 905-471-7843

LSBN Toronto is holding an event tonight for 30+ lesbians. Game of choice: Bowling. Email Carrie at letsgetsocial1@yahoo.ca for all of the details.

Single Professionals Network has a full night of dinner and dancing planned at the Crowne Plaza, 1250 Eglinton Ave. E. for December 31st, and lower prices for those who only want to partake in the dancing, for instance. Click here for all the details.

Chinese? Single? Well, you don't need to be the former, but the latter is a must. Check out this event if the idea butters your muffin.

Search for singles events on google, and you'll likely find this event, which depending on what link you click, has varying prices and is either almost sold out, or waiting list only. Meet Market afficionado beware, you might get stood up by this event!

Now, I know everyone has their own way of scoring a date, and those on the prowl may very well already have their methods hatched. I ask you, singleton, what's your plan of attack on New Year's Eve? Leave it in the comments and don't be shy about giving away your secret methods!

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