I like to find different things to do on the weekend. It's boring always going to the same pub with the same people. Luckily, we have a pretty cool scene in our town with lots of street performances and independent entertainment showing in little bars and venues. I have been working on a little blog that showcases some of the shows and independent entertainment acts so that you can also find something new to do this weekend. Who knows - maybe one day we'll be able to say that we saw the next global superstars before they made it to the big time!
Parties can be challenging during the teenage years. Your kids aren't old enough to drink but might feel that they're much too old for traditional party games like musical chairs and pass the parcel. Having no activities is also a no-no though—teens can feel awkward when left to simply chat with friends, particularly if they've recently started a new school and haven't formed any close bonds yet. Hiring inflatable equipment is a great way to make sure that everyone has loads of fun. [Read More]
While you want to see the bride and groom ride off into the sunset, you don't want the marquee to blow away in the wind and follow them. In fact, regardless of the type of event you are planning, you don't want the marquee to blow away. Here are some tips for dealing with wind and a hired marquee.
1. Hire the sturdiest marquee you can find.
If you anticipate a lot of wind -- due to the forecast, the location or just a hunch -- on the day of your event, try to hire a marquee that has the ability to withstand it. [Read More]