Is Your Women's Club Hosting A Special Event?

Posted on: 24 May 2019

Are you part of a women's club that hosts a major event every year? Will the event be in 2019, or are you already planning your 2020 special event? Perhaps you are the president of your club this year, or maybe you are a committee head. No matter the scenario, it might be that you already have everything for your event planned. If so, that must be a tremendous feeling of relief for you and for those on your committee.

On the other hand, perhaps you are still in the planning stages of your women's club event. If that's the case, from choosing a theme to arranging for interpreting services, here are some ideas that might help you to plan an enjoyable event that will be remembered for a long time.

Select A Theme - Think of selecting a theme that will be inspiring and interesting to the women who attend the event. For example, Walk In The Footsteps Of Greatness might involve talks and workshops that have to do with women like Abigail Adams and Mother Theresa who left a very important legacy for women. Another good idea for a theme might be something like, Create Your Own Wonder. In that case, a guest speaker might address things like service and enriching knowledge in the talk.

Besides having a main speaker, consider having workshops, too. You more than likely have exemplary women right in your group. For example, do you have a member of your club who raised her children successfully even though she did it without a husband? Maybe you have something in your group who has built a great business. Think of topics that the women will enjoy and that you feel are needed, and go with those topics.

Arrange For Interpreting Services - Do you already know that there're women in your group who don't speak English? Maybe you realize that many people from foreign countries have moved into your area. Wouldn't it be nice for them to come to your special event? 

Think of having posters and other advertising and invitations translated into the foreign language that are dominant in your community. In addition, have the programs printed in English and in the predominant foreign language of those you think might attend the event. And, of course, arrange for interpreting services to translate for the guest speakers and for those who will be leading the workshops.

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