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Fourteen men and women met to chat for five-to-seven minutes and possibly find someone they might want to follow up with later.Basquez started the event with a prayer and gave a pep-talk to the nervous daters. Maybe you don't know 'this is definitely going to be the person I marry,' the second you meet them," she said.In order to ensure equal numbers of men and women at our events, everyone must register in advance.If you need to cancel you may be eligible for a refund or event rain check, based on our cancellation policy, provided you contact us before the event day.She says she creates a space where "intentional dating" can take place, with an aim towards marriage, not just "falling into the big dating pool in Denver," she said.Lakewood's historic Casa Bonita restaurant was the site of Basquez's most recent Catholic speed-dating event, Sunday."The second hardest part is the first conversation.After that, people are less jittery." John from Westminster, a repeat customer, said he usually asks women about their interests and how they spend their leisure time.
No flame jugglers were working this particular lunch, but some speed daters appeared to flinch at the fake gunshots punctuating their conversation.The over-the-top Mexican restaurant opened in a mall in 1974 and has been a Denver-area institution for decades on West Colfax Avenue.Several daters said they hadn't been inside Casa Bonita since they were kids.LAKEWOOD, CO -- Anna Basquez, of Denver, who calls herself a "matchmaker," held her first her Catholic speed-dating event on a Valentine's Day in 2011 and was surprised when 70 people showed up.Basquez, has built a business bringing people together, (and not just Catholics).