When you think about face painting, what comes to mind? Those sweet little butterfly designs you see on the cheek of every 5-year-old at the local county fair? Well, Seattle artist Dutch Bihary is not your typical monarch-embellishing face painter.
A successful event isn’t just about the exquisite venues, inspiring presentations and scrumptious food that guests enjoy. There’s a seemingly unseen team of people at work that helps ensure the party keeps rolling and your job is easier. Short a few centerpieces? No one but you will notice. Short a few portable toilets? Things just got real.
For many event planners, “Let’s have a golf tournament!” are terrifying words. Golf tournaments are complicated affairs with many moving parts. Literally. (OMG! What if someone drives a golf cart into the lake?!) Then, there’s the weather. If the storm of the century is expected, you can always tent an outdoor wedding, but not a golf course. And what if you don’t know much about golf?
Not to worry. Even if you think a scram- ble is what you eat for breakfast and a mulligan is Irish stew, you can still plan and execute an amazing golf event.
Stunning views and rolling fairways make our region a particularly ideal setting for a round of golf or two with your group, postmeeting. Better yet—many courses o er their own meeting spaces, so meeting to fairway is just a short golf cart drive away.
ANCHORAGE GOLF COURSE
The folks at Oregon-based Rogue Ales & Spirits have capitalized on a hot condiment hailed by hipsters and food aficionados alike, introducing the Rogue Sriracha Hot Stout Beer, brewed with that curious condiment that some call “rooster sauce,” thanks to the rooster emblazoned on the bottle. Sriracha is actually just a magic mix of hot sauce, distilled vinegar, garlic, sugar and salt.