• Event Snapshots: IACC Americas Connect

     
    FROM THE Summer 2018 ISSUE
     
  • Event Snapshots: IACC Americas Connect

     
    FROM THE Summer 2018 ISSUE
     
  • Event Snapshots: IACC Americas Connect

     
    FROM THE Summer 2018 ISSUE
     
  • Event Snapshots: IACC Americas Connect

     
    FROM THE Summer 2018 ISSUE
     
  • Event Snapshots: IACC Americas Connect

     
    FROM THE Summer 2018 ISSUE
     
  • Event Snapshots: IACC Americas Connect

     
    FROM THE Summer 2018 ISSUE
     
  • Event Snapshots: IACC Americas Connect

     
    FROM THE Summer 2018 ISSUE
     
  • Event Snapshots: IACC Americas Connect

     
    FROM THE Summer 2018 ISSUE
     
  • Event Snapshots: IACC Americas Connect

     
    FROM THE Summer 2018 ISSUE
     

The 37th edition of the IACC Americas Connect conference took place on April 16-18 at Chubb Hotel & Conference Center and The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. The three-day conference, hosted by former White House Director of Events Laura Schwartz, included educational sessions, panel discussions in the form of campfires, workshops, culinary tours and tastings, as well as the annual Global Copper Skillet competition. 

For its September 2019 meeting, the National Association for Catering and Events (NACE) Philadelphia Chapter—which serves industry professionals in the Greater Philadelphia, South Jersey and Delaware region—thought it would try something different. Instead of focusing on the visual presentation of food, organizers took away the sense of sight entirely, outfitting diners with a blindfold at dinner.
 

 

With so many people searching for niche, unique vacations, it can be difficult to find the perfect spot. However, if it’s rich history, a variety of event spaces, and a plethora of outdoor recreation activities you’re looking for, look no further than Altoona, Pennsylvania.

 

From May 1 to July 14, Philadelphians were enthralled by Chinese culture at the 4th annual Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival held in historic Franklin Square. Attendees witnessed 27 lantern displays that were larger than life and made of more than 2,000 lit sculptures and 20,000 LED lights.