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As with the original pub crawl, there is a theme. Participants are encouraged to wear purple and bring a book or CD to trade or give away.

"The theme just helps facilitate the fun," said Crowley. "It's an icebreaker. Sometimes it's difficult to start a conversation with someone. This makes it easy. The whole point of the crawl is to meet someone new."

Stops for the upcoming pub crawl include Taps at its new River Plaza location on Washington Street, and Zodiacs on Petaluma Boulevard.

"We will be getting a sneak preview of Zodiacs on their opening night," said Crowley. "It will be our last stop on the crawl at around 10 p.m. DJ Val Richman is going to be deejaying and then there will be live music by a Sonoma County band Jug Town Pirates as well."

Crowley added that there will be one or two more stops on the crawl that are yet to be confirmed. Those interested in learning the complete itinerary should go online to aqusnews.com for updates.

"It's that human connection we're trying to create," said Crowley. "There's no substitute for that. It's what we're all searching for. It makes the place where you live a lot more interesting."

(Contact Yovanna Bieberich at yovanna.bieberich@arguscourier.com)