Have you ever cringed at the sight of your eight your old grabbing food off someone else’s plate? Perhaps you’ve had to call to apologize when your 10 year old forgot to send a thank-you note to her grandmother for the holiday gift. As a parent, you may feel frustrated with trying to teach your children manners.
Arden Clise, etiquette expert and president of Clise Etiquette, teaches children important social skills and table manners that will help them to become polite, confident and self-assured young ladies and young men. This is a fun and educational etiquette program for children ages seven to 13. This two-hour class covers introductions and hand-shakes, thank-you notes, which utensil to use, eating certain foods and table manners. The class includes a three-course etiquette lunch at Preservation Kitchen.
Date: November 5, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Location: Preservation Kitchen, 17121 Bothell Way NE, Bothell
Fee: $69 per child. Space is limited.
Register: www.cliseetiquette.com/events or (206) 708-1670