Looking for a place to meet fellow Stitch users, have a good time, and perhaps make some new friends? The Stitch community in your area might have something lined up, and if they don't, then you can organize your own event and promote it on Stitch! Note that to do most things regarding events on Stitch, you must be verified.
To start, go to www.stitch.net in your web browser and log in. Then, click Events in the bottom-right corner.
You will see a list of events being put on by Stitch or its users in certain areas. Click one to see more details on it.
You will see a more in-depth description of an event to the left, a summary of the important event facts on the right (cost, start time, approximate duration, and guest limit), and a gallery of promotional photos at the bottom. Click I'm Interested if this is an event that you would like to go to.
This will send your information to Stitch, and they will contact you with further information about the event.
Go back to the main page for Events on Stitch. (An easy way to do this is to click Menu in the top-right corner, and click Events.)
At the upper-right corner of the events list, click Suggest an Event.
A window will appear asking you to enter details about your event. Click in the empty box and type in a description for the event, using at least 100 characters (letters, numbers, symbols, etc.). Then click Submit.
Again, Stitch will contact you to set up further details of the event, or you can contact them at support.stitch.net.
That's a little bit about events on Stitch!
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