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Social & Dining Etiquette (4th-6th grade)

Aug 6 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

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AGE: 4th-6th Graders

How confident are you in your children’s knowledge of social and dining etiquette? Do they know how to properly introduce themselves to others at a party? Do they know what type of behavior is expected within different social settings? Do they know which fork goes with which dish? Do they know the correct table setting or how to handle dining oops? Through this interactive course, which is conducted by A Touch of Etiquette, your children will learn all these answers and much more. Cost of the class includes a light lunch and A Touch of Etiquette workbook that will be a useful reference to the information learned within this course.

You'll Learn to Prepare:

  • Why Manners?
  • Proper Introductions
  • Conversation
  • Manners at Home and Away
  • History/ Introduction to Dining
  • Formal & Informal Table Settings
  • European vs. American Style
  • Who Sits Where?
  • Proper Ways to Eating Each Course
  • De-Stressing Mealtime Moments
  • Eating Difficult Foods
  • Dining Hints & Tips
     
     
     

About Our Instructor:

Lauren Brynjelsen

At A Touch of Etiquette our goal is to empower individuals with the tools necessary to promote success and personal growth in all avenues of life.

The company was founded by Lauren Brynjelsen in order to provide etiquette training and instruction to the greater Chicago land area. She holds a degree in psychology, and has taught numerous etiquette courses as well as having been trained and certified by Sue Fox of Etiquette Survival, LLC.

Lauren is also the owner of One Life Kitchen, in Barrington, IL. Established within a cooking business, One Life Kitchen represents the nourishing of Lauren’s favorite things. It is a place where guests come to gather together to learn, feast and share.

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