Hosting a party is fun and easy, if you have the right place to accommodate all your guests. But if your home is too small or you're tired of the same old place, think about hosting your party some place new. A fresh setting can add atmosphere to your party theme, create suggestions for decorations, and delight the guests with a creative new background.
Penny Warner, author of The Best Party Book (Meadowbrook Press), has a few suggestions when thinking of planning a party. Before you book the place, here's list of questions to consider. Then check out the suggested A-to-Z party venues listed below.
Party site questions to consider: -What is the rental fee? -What services are provided? -Is there food available or allowed on premises? -Is alcohol allowed? -What are the restrictions? -What is the parking availability?
A to Z party venues to try:
Country Club or Church Hall Hotel Banquet Room or Houseboat Jazz Hall or Juvenile Club State Park or Senior Center X Marks the Spot (Get creative to find an X!)
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4/26/2004 11:41:58 AM