AOA Birthday Party 7

AOA7 Takk House illustration

Let it be known: This year's AOA Birthday Party -- the seventh, unbelievably -- is later this month. And you're invited (obviously).

AOA7 will be at Takk House in Troy on Wednesday, March 25 from 5:30-8:30 pm. There will be a bunch of free snacks from New World Catering, cupcakes (as is tradition), and a lot of interesting people (because you'll be there).

As in past years, space is limited so we're asking people to RSVP. And because the party fills up very quickly each year we're doing things a bit differently this time around.

We will post details about the online RSVP this Friday, March 6 at noon. Our hope is that will give everyone a chance to check their calendars, coordinate with friends, find a babysitter, or just have some advance heads up.

We're looking forward to seeing you.

Comments

Congratulations!

Yipeedoo!

Can't wait! Congrats on seven years, AOA!

Yay!! I missed last year for work, but gonna make it this year I swear!

But will there be Laura Glazer buttons??

@Silvia: There's only one way to find out...

Holy cow, how did 7 years fly by???

I was at the first birthday party!!

I'll be there in spirit this year Mary and Greg.

I missed out last year- hopefully I can make it this year!

AOA makes me happy!!

SEVEN YEARS! congrats!!

Whoop whoop! Congrats

Congrats and happy bday!

Also, cupcakes!

Can't wait! Will there be large poster boards with insightful graphs scattered throughout the room?! I'd also like to see Daniel B. arrive with his ultimate dozen.

I love you guys. See ya there! This is such a fun, sought after event. I was just thinking it could very easily be leveraged into a fundraiser for some local organization/cause in need. Even just donations for the buttons or a few silent auction art items could add a new component without overshadowing the awesomeness of free social time for everyone who loves you. Just an idea for someday. I can think of some folks who might help! ;)

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