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kctrumpet: Great job, flash mobbers. Your future looks bright enough to wear shades!


Yuma Mega Event #11 Flash Mob

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Hidden : Friday, 07 February 2014
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This Friday afternoon event is a "flash mob" -- a momentary gathering of a large group of people who perform an odd and rather pointless act. This flash mob will serve as an ice breaker for the Yuma Mega Event #11.

Everyone who is interested in participating in the Yuma Mega Event #11 Flash Mob should BRING SUNGLASSES (the standard kind or crazy sun glasses) and try to be near (but not at) the coordinates by 5:00 p.m. Friday, Feb. 7, 2014. 

At 5:01, everyone will quickly PUT ON HIS OR HER SUNGLASSES and congregate around the fountain, forming one or more conga lines. Immediately, music will start (“The Future’s So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades”). During the song, participants will do a “walking” conga dance around and about the fountain area (step-step-step-kick, step-step-step-kick, etc.). When the music stops, everyone will take off his or her sunglasses and wander nonchalantly away.

There are many interesting places to eat in Old Town, so the logical thing to do next is to find a restaurant and enjoy dinner.

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