On the 24th of November 2018, the Lancefield Neighbourhood House held their 4th Extinct Lancefield Megafauna Festival which aimed to promote and educate people on the rich history of Lancefield. Stage 2 Event Diploma students, Sam , Renny, Emma, Caitie , Jacquilyn and Lyn , calling their team Mon Ami Events, were given the opportunity to co-organise the event along with Organisers Deb Dunn and Vivien Potts.
‘Unveiled: Wedding Dresses Through the Ages’ was an event organised by ‘Eventation’, an event management team from William Angliss Institute. The event ran over the weekend of the 24thand 25thof November and was located at the Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Williamstown. The purpose of the event was to raise money for the Cancer Council.
There was a delicious sausage sizzle outside and the scrummy scones and desserts were a real hit inside the stunning church, where the attendees could absorb the wonderful atmosphere and listen to different musicians from Newport Fiddle Club.
Nearly 60 wedding dresses from 1937 to 2018 were showcased with an amazing diversity of dresses. At the end of two terrific days, we raised over $1,000.
Thank you ‘Open Williamstown’ for giving us the opportunity to organise this event and improve our event management skills.
The Divine Events Team had the amazing opportunity to organise the very first Open Day for the Hawthorn Bowling Club on Sunday, November 18th, 2018.
We invited the local community and the members of the club to spend a lovely afternoon together to enjoy free activities. While adults played bowls, kids were enjoying a jumping castle and had their face painted. The talented acoustic guitarist was a great success, and the BBQ, afternoon tea and the sunny weather made it a perfect combo for a Sunday afternoon.
The day was enjoyed by all, from elders to toddlers, with lots of fun and chatter throughout the venue. One attendee may have enjoyed this day more than the others as he won an amazing raffle prize…
This Open Day may be the first of a long series to come as everyone can agree it was a real success.