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Etiquette and Dining Workshops


Wonderful manners begin with confidence in knowing how and what to do in all kinds of social situations. Manners are memorable, make lasting impressions and help others feel at ease. For 7-11 year olds, our Children's Social Etiquette and Dining Skills workshop offers:

- The Importance of Etiquette & Manners In Our Everyday Lives
- Meet, Greet & Introduction Essentials
- Mannerly Conversations & Conversation Strategies
- Navigating The Three Course Meal
- Napkin & Utensil Protocols
- Styles of Dining & Pausing
- Table Setting
- Table Posture
- The Secrets Of A Polite Diner
- Meal Finish Etiquette

This session is highly participatory, with hands-on activities and learning, and enjoyable! Your children will receive a take-home packet that is fun and activity based, and most importantly, provides reminders from the session. In addition they'll also receive a certificate of accomplishment; we'll provide all dining materials and other supplies. Please provide your child/children with a light snack and beverage to enjoy during break. 

Date: Sunday, April 28th

Time: 1-4PM

Fee: $70

Location:  Arden Park Room A

10 student minimum, 15 maximum.



Angie Allison is Daily Protocol's founder and Chief Etiquette Officer. She holds a Bachelor's degree with an emphasis in Advertising, and is a Master Certified Business and Personal Etiquette Trainer. Since 2010 she has trained and taught professional etiquette, soft skills and personal development programs in the Greater Sacramento Area as well as the Greater San Francisco Bay Area, and surrounding communities. Prior to Daily Protocol, in San Francisco and Dallas, Angie served as a senior executive for national clients in the advertising agency and creative design firm arenas, and was also a partner in a commercial artists representation firm with a national base.

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