If you live in Columbus, you’re aware that there is a bevy of community events and festivals to chose from on any given day of the week. That’s one of the things I love to about living here. With so many activities to chose from, it’s sometimes difficult to know where to spend the limited time you have. One event that I could not pass up is Taste of L.A. Catering
One reason I couldn’t turn down the invitation to attend Taste of L.A. Catering is that it’s free and open to the public, Thursday, October 7, 2010 from 11am–2pm. Other than the great price, and the opportunity to enjoy the hours devours, main courses, desserts and non-alcoholic cocktails, boxed lunches and cooking demonstrations, the event also illustrates a strong partnership with LifeCare Alliance.
LifeCare Alliance is a unique community focused organization with services to assist older adults or chronically ill residents in Franklin and Madison Counties. The primary goal of each of LifeCare Alliance’s services is help seniors remain in the comfort of their own homes with dignity, which is where 100% of them want to be.
Since, I’m not originally from Columbus, I’m frequently overwhelmed by all the choices — especially in regards to event venues. So, alongside taking advantage of a free meal — which I’m always up for — I’m looking forward to the opportunity to check out the L.A. Catering Event Center. From what I hear, their event space can seat small groups of 20 up to 300, and the rooms are equipped with screens, projectors, and microphones. A key feature I know I’ll keep in mind as I continue working with local organizations developing and promoting events.
On a final note: If you’re looking to meet up with some of the local “Social Media Kool Kids” (as I affectionately call them) then you will want to head out to L.A. Catering, Thursday October 7th. Take a look at the event attendance list — there might be a “Twitter Friend” you’d like to network with attending. Let me know if you’re going, I’d love to meet you there.
Okay, since I don’t want to sound like a complete infomercial — I’ll wrap it up here.