An Illustrated Guide to Planning your Holiday Celebrations
Tip #1: Choose guests carefully in order to avoid awkward silences.
Tip #2: Location, location, location! Select the right venue for holiday cheer.
Tip #3: If entertaining at home bust out (not literally!) the good crystal.
Tip #4: Before guests assemble, liberally test the libations… just to make sure.
Tip #5: Dust the buffet shelves, or if yours aren’t this fancy, cover them with sparkly fabric artfully bunched!
#6: Trot out your finery.
Tip #7: Encourage party hats and pets. (And party hats for pets.)
Tip #8: You might need to warn revelers about overdoing the noise. Inebriation is no excuse!
Tip #9: Fireworks are appropriate at any season!
Tip #10: May as well keep the merriment going. Have another but watch your step.
Tip #11 (for the morning after): Resolve not to overdo next time!
Dale directs the Teaching and Learning area of the Education Department overseeing Distance Learning, Art To Go, and the Teacher Resource Center. She holds an M.A. in Art History from The University of Chicago and a BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University. She is the co-author of Japanese Prints Today: Tradition with Innovation and has produced in conjunction with the Distance Learning staff forty-seven videoconference topics.
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