Search for ‘Joie de Vivre’ exhibitors
THE organisers behind a new series of “Joie de Vivre” lifestyle events planned in Suffolk and north Essex next year are looking for exhibitors to showcase their skills and activities.
Boleyn Events is working in conjunction with media company Archant Suffolk, publishers of titles including the East Anglian Daily Times and EADT Suffolk magazine, to present three lifestyle-themed exhibitions in January, February and March.
Kim Brown of Boleyn Events said: “This is a brand new concept and gives organisations the opportunity to showcase their classes, courses and events.
“Joie de Vivre is all about helping people make new resolutions to enrich their lives. It picks up on the new trend for seeking fulfilment in getting involved, having fun and meeting and making new friends.
“There’s already been considerable interest, but there is more room for others to come forward.
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“We’ve deliberately kept costs down to encourage organisations of all kinds to get involved.”
Joie de Vivre is looking for a wide variety of exhibitors to showcase activity and lifestyle opportunities, from dance to sailing, golf to samba, cooking to keeping chickens.
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Kim Brown said: “Each day will have its own character, but each will comprise demonstrations and opportunities for visitors to get involved. We’re promising it will be a lot of fun!
“Joie de Vivre is something new for Suffolk and Essex. Forget shopping, it’s all about getting more out of life,” she added.
The first event takes place at Woodbridge School on Sunday, January 23, 2011, with the others following at Culford School, near Bury St Edmunds, on Sunday February 20 and Stanway School, near Colchester, on Sunday March 20.
Each of the events will be open to visitors from 9.30am until 5pm.
For further details of the events, call Boleyn Events on 01473 712330 or visit www.boleyn-events.co.uk.