AOA Birthday Party 9

AOA9 overlaid on Cornerstone photo

AOA is now, somewhat unbelievably, 9 years old. So we're having a party to celebrate. And you're invited. (Because of course you are.)

AOA9 will be Friday, April 7 at Cornerstone at the Plaza (AKA, the restaurant space on the Empire State Plaza near the Corning Tower) from 5:30 pm-8:30 pm. There will be free snacks, birthday cake, a cash bar, music from DJ Trumastr, and some fun surprises.

As in past years, space is limited so we're asking people to RSVP -- here's how. It takes 30 seconds and we appreciate you doing so.

If the spaces on the list fill up (they usually do), a wait list will activate. In past years many of the people who sign up for the wait list do end up getting a spot.

We look forward to seeing you. Thank you for being part of AOA over all these years.

Comments

I cannot believe it's been that long. So proud of you guys (and selfishly proud to have gotten to be a part of your formative years.)

Congratulations! I have very happy memories from AOA birthday parties #2, #3, #4 and #5. What an amazing thing you created!

@Jess: We're very grateful for the role you played in those years!

@the_exile: Thank you!

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