Scorecards for speed dating
A fresh alternative to typical events that seem more like a job fair than a relaxed way to connect.
Select those you would like to meet again and give the completed scorecard back to your host at the end of the evening.
Speed dating has been around since 1999, when Rabbi Yaacov Deyo and several of his single students put a new twist on the longstanding Jewish tradition of introducing young Jewish singles to one another at chaperoned gatherings.
At a speed dating event, participants are paired up in a series of quick five- to seven-minute "dates." When the time is up, a bell or timer is rung, and participants move on to their next one-on-one conversation.
Our staff will tabulate the results and email you the following day with your results.
If you choose someone and they chose you - it's a match.