Wizard World Chicago Comic Con shows its true colors as a fan-favorite event.
Perona Farms marks a century with a culinary-focused celebration.
It’s amazing what industry collaboration can do when working together for a good cause. One of my favorite examples is 13 meetings industry-related organizations joining forces as the Meetings Industry Council of Colorado to coordinate and host the Serving Up Hope Luncheon every November.
The 24th annual event, held Nov. 7 at Denver Mart, attracted more than 700 industry professionals from around the state and raised an impressive $30,000+ for Food Bank of the Rockies’ Denver’s Table program.
Master Winemaker Dinner Held High on a Hilltop
Fresh off her Chicago N.I.C.E. award for Best Not-for-Profit Event in 2017, event planner Mindy Loughead (of Perfectly Planned Events) has worked her magic again in a memorable fundraiser for the Home Care Physicians/House Calls program for the Western Region of Northwestern Medicine.
Philly Goes to the Dogs
I’m on the plane back from Las Vegas after an exciting few days at IMEX and I’m still buzzing from the experience of meeting so many suppliers from around the country and the world. Walking the floor at the Sands Conference Center is a heady experience, with so many different colors, textures and sounds coming at you from so many angles. I scheduled several appointments ahead of time, but I left plenty of time to just wander. It’s how I like to experience things best, seeing what hits me and encourages me to stop and talk for a while.
Weekends from August 19 through October 1 welcome back the Minnesota Renaissance Festival. Voted 2017’s best festival, The Renaissance Festival draws hundreds of thousands of mead drinking, fairy loving, medieval enthusiasts every year. With free parking, 250 artisan booths, and 16 stages of live entertainment, the annual celebration offers planners a unique venue for their next event.