Every day, there’s a city, county, state or non-profit organization hosting a special event. These are events like groundbreakings, ribbon cuttings, open houses, workshops and outdoor festivals. Many of these public events—particularly the successful ones—become anticipated festivities and sometimes a point of pride.
While there are aspects of event planning and execution that are shared across all types of events from weddings to corporate conferences, public events tend to have their own needs and challenges.
Whether it’s your first event or your hundredth, event planning is stressful. Luckily, when you need to make sure nothing slips through the cracks, you can refer to this event checklist.
Use it at any point of your next event planning process to reduce stress and make sure no detail is forgotten.
Event planning is stressful. Luckily, our public event checklist is a tool you can use to make sure nothing slips through the cracks. It might help lower stress too. Use it at any point during your next public or community event such as groundbreakings, ribbon cuttings, open houses, workshops and outdoor festivals.
Debra Lee works in the marketing department and leads public and community event planning efforts. She values organization and the smooth operation of marketing efforts, from planning to implementation. Contact Debra