The holidays are a time for partying and mingling with your colleagues to end the year. A company holiday party is a great way to celebrate the successes and milestones of the past year and to take a break from the demands of the job.
When you are planning a corporate or company holiday festivity, you need to make sure that the event is something your employees will look forward to and that will show your appreciation for their hard work.
Every company or organization wants a successful holiday party. Whether you are starting a new tradition or hosting such an event for the first time, here are 10 terrific tips to make your holiday party an unforgettable occasion.
As we all search for ways to reduce our carbon footprint, a few of the event planners we work with at our banquet hall in Orange County are scrambling to find ways to make their events more eco-friendly.
To help with this endeavor, we’ve interviewed a few of our favorite event planners to learn how they are planning “green” events. Below are some great ways to have an eco-friendly event that leaves behind a very minimal carbon footprint:
Halloween is one of our favorite seasons around the banquet hall at Lyon Air Museum. Between the decorations, candy, and costumes, what’s not to love!?
You might remember that in 2017, we published a blog about easy ways to plan a Halloween event. Well we are back now to expand on those topics, and to take your Halloween event planning to the next level!
Enjoy these tips from some of the event planners we work with at our banquet hall in Orange County:
The traditional imagery of Boy Scout Merit Badges being related to tying knots, woodland familiarity, and wilderness survival are quickly replaced by aeronautical terms and functions as well as airflight familiarity at the Lyon Air Museum.
As a banquet hall in Orange County, we host a lot of corporate conferences, and we can tell you firsthand that planning a corporate convention can come with several challenges. For instance, events that deliver multiple messages or last too long can exhaust and drain everyone involved. This can lead to attendees feeling as if they are being lectured to, rather than being genuinely involved in the gathering.
Being a part of the events industry in 2019 means embracing a rapidly growing enterprise, where trends change in the blink of an eye. Fortunately, finding the perfect formula for such an event is not as difficult as it may at first seem, especially for those who are willing to incorporate and apply new methods.
Lyon Air Museum is excited to introduce a new program designed to inspire our younger visitors to explore flight, aerospace and other related STEM subjects. Aviation for Kids is designed for children in grades 3 and above