The polar vortex may have tried to freeze us out, but at Events with Ginger & Co., it feels like spring – not just because of the space heater that kept the temp in our office above 60 degrees. It feels like spring because it’s all we’re thinking about! Our first event of the season is just 10 weeks away and, in the event planner’s world, that means it’s go time for planning events.
We’re planning an event that will take place on Wednesday, March 26 – the Warriors in Motion 1st Annual Master Chef Celebration at the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City, benefiting the Adaptive Sports Foundation and Wounded Warrior Project. Chefs from Oceana to Hudson Valley Foie Gras will join Franklin Becker of The Little Beet in serving creative food to over 700 guests, including paralympians and the veterans who benefit from the Warriors in Motion program at Windham Mountain.
April is Autism Awareness Month and we’re planning events with two autism-related organizations taking place the same week: the Manhattan Childrens Center’s Annual Seeds of Hope Gala on Tuesday, April 8 at Bryant Park Grill and Autism Science Foundation’s 5th Anniversary Celebration on Thursday, April 10 at the Yale Club of NYC. In addition to an evening gala dinner honoring Dr. Gerald Fischbach and Dr. Paul Offit, the Autism Science Foundation’s event will feature the autism community’s first TED-style conference during the day.
Later that month, we’ll be traveling down to Maryland to help produce an American Girl Fashion Show benefiting Cool Kids Campaign on April 26-27.
We’re glad to get a breather in May to give us more time for planning events in June: the 3rd annual Kidsbridge WALK2STOP BULLYING on Sunday, June 8 at The College of New Jersey and Macy’s 5K Run/Walk taking place in New York City later that month.
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