Have fun while learning proper manners.
The holidays are coming! Decorations are popping up everywhere. Holiday music is playing in stores. People are planning turkey dinners. Families will be traveling to visit families. Parents may be stressing. And kids are beside themselves with excitement. What can you do? Sign your children up for a manners makeover, so you can be confident that they have all the tools for a relaxing and pleasant Holiday.
Let's get prepared to DAZZLE our friends and family.
Join us in a 3 week course to learn how to be the best guest or host this Holiday Season!
Learn how to:
Set and navigate the table
Start and carry on a conversation
Write and give a Thanksgiving toast/prayer
Present your best self
Be a great guest and get invited back
Make your parents proud and feel confident at the same time.
"We teach skills that will last a lifetime!"
This 3 week class will only be taught once this year in Murrieta. Please register early, seats will be very limited. Last year we unforutely had to turn students away.
2015 4 week Thanksgiving Boot Camp Class.
"This was the best class ever!!" Jacob
The students had a wonderful time. Learning how to write and give a toast. They did beautifully in their presentations. Each one raised their glass of sparkling apple cider and gave their Thanksgiving toast. Each received a check list for being a host or guest and learned how to do everything on that checklist. They learned a proper handshake as well as how to make a conversation and be the most interesting person at a dinner or party. We also learned how to make a fun place card and how to set the perfect table.And finally they are prepared to Thank their hosts after the event and with a follow up thank you note. All 25 students are excited and prepared to have a wonderful Thanksgiving with their friends and family.
Phone: +1 951 541-6052
We have updated our course selection for
our Spring, Summer and Fall Classes.
Please check out the new Schedule!
"Manners are a sensitive awareness of others. if you have that awareness, you have good manners, no matter what fork you use."
American author on etiquette