Etiquette Boot Camp: Last minute gift idea for your self-involved, socially awkward, oblivious tweens and teens

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Not sure what to get your tween- or teen-ager for Christmas? Table manners are always in style.
Not sure what to get your tween- or teen-ager for Christmas? Table manners are always in style.

MANCHESTER, NH – Do you wish your child would partake in a conversation at the dinner table instead of “bonding” with her cell phone or playing games on her iPad? The Etiquette Boot Camp will prepare your child for the next family dinner, social gathering, or formal event. Participants will learn how to start and maintain conversations with adults and peers, how to introduce themselves, when to interrupt, and much more.

Do you struggle with teaching your child table manners? Participants will learn how to set the table, use their napkin, pass food, and use utensils the European and American way.

The four-hour interactive bootcamp at the Radisson is thought-provoking and fun, and is specifically developed for two different age groups: 7-12 and 13-17, targeting the social challenges affecting today’s youth. Click here to learn more.

The next local workshops will be held Jan. 8, 2017 from 2 – 6 p.m. at the Radisson Hotel, Manchester, 700 Elm St. Cost is $199. REGISTER today.

About the Etiquette Academy of New England

Based in Brookline, Mass., The Etiquette Academy of New England is an academic institution dedicated to enhancing social skills, improving communication techniques, and developing leadership qualities necessary to succeed personally and professionally.  Our goal is to help further develop and refine the interpersonal skills needed to navigate the rapidly changing world. The Etiquette Academy offers classes, workshops, and lectures aimed at guiding you toward presenting your “best self.”

It was featured in ‘The Best of the New for 2012’ by Boston Globe Magazine, and also offer courses for adults and youth ages 7 and older.

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Longtime NH journalist and publisher of ManchesterInkLink.com. Loves R&B, German beer, and the Queen City!