• December 16, 2017
    11:30 am - 2:00 pm

Like me, your weekends are sacred. You get a chance to sleep in, accomplish tasks you put off during the week, browse career and dating advice blogs and attend the long-awaited meet and greet meeting.

But what about your mental and physical health during the cold months. We want to help you stay active and meet valuable professional contacts (that can turn into friends!) in a fun and welcoming environment.

On our first Netwalking Brunch, Alicia (stepping in for Bridgette) will share her best dating etiquette tips including being kind and considerate of feelings when you are not interested. They are your neighbor after all.

Join us on December 16th at 11:30 am and experience the benefits of Netwalking first-hand, while gaining key insights from the Netwalking Leader at designated breaks followed by brunch. Brunch is at your expense.

Alicia Kenworthy is a dedicated and diligent matchmaker with Three Day Rule. She goes the distance to find a great match.  Alicia is passionate and empathetic personality coupled with her intellect and drive make her an amazing matchmaker.

At Netwalking we create unique meeting experiences by facilitating networking during a 2 mile organized group walks during meetings and conference breakouts. Taking a deliberate Netwalking break from your day can have a powerful effect on increasing productivity, enhancing creativity and discovering a path toward collaboration and innovative thinking.

Event details and schedule

Time: The Netwalk will begin promptly at 11:45 pm

Start: Meridian Hill Park 2400 15th St NW, Washington, DC 20009. We are meeting inside the park at the northern portion (benches) where it is wheelchair accessible [15th and 16th Street on Euclid Street NW].

End:  Songbyrd 2475 18 St NW, Washington, DC 20009

What you need to know before Netwalking

The Netwalk will be supported by Jessica Tunon.

No prior knowledge is necessary. No prior knowledge is necessary. The Netwalk is accessible to all fitness levels. To the extent possible, we’ve designed to meet ADA standards. We Netwalk at a leisurely pace with three to four breaks helping you foster genuine relationships, stimulate new ideas and enhance well-being.

Please note, by signing up for the Netwalk you are consenting that you are fit enough to take part. We encourage you to wear comfortable shoes and have fun.

Friendly reminders: Each Netwalking session is limited to 20 participants. For all accessibility levels. Weather is important and the ideal weather to some is not to all. Safety is of utmost importance and will not conduct Netwalks if weather report suggests not to go outside.

** Special Thank You to Kendra Scott providing ALL Netwalkers with 15% off next purchase and jewelry to be raffled after completing survey.

And lastly, we would love you to join the conversation using the hashtag #NetwalkBrunch on Twitter and Instagram.


Venue Website:

2400 15th St NW, Washington, District of Columbia, 20009, United States


The northern portion of is wheelchair accessible. Euclid Street NW between 15th and 16th Street NW