Unless you work for a major event planning company, you probably don’t have a lot of staff to help plan your events. In fact, many planners do the majority of planning and event execution chores themselves—everything from finding an adequately sized venue to securing vendors for sound, lighting, decor, catering, and entertainment. That involves a lot of research, a lot of paperwork, and a lot of your precious time.
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CHICAGO - The Christkindlmarket runs through December 24 at Daley Plaza. The outdoor market will offer German food and drinks, a variety of musical performances, and numerous gift vendors. READ MORE
LOS ANGELES - The 2016 LA Cookie Con and Sweets Show will take place February 6-7 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. READ MORE
NEW YORK - Jue Lan Club, a 275-seat Chinese restaurant, is slated to open in Chelsea’s Limelight building in less than a month. The design from Dutch East Design will include a secret garden, multiple dining rooms, lounges and... READ MORE
TORONTO - The city plans to reconnect neighborhoods under the Gardiner Expressway by turning unused space into a giant park. The park will consist of a series of public spaces that will be used for concert venues... READ MORE