Following the success of the sold out Plaza Hotel Finishing Program, Fairmont Dallas is proud to announce a partnership with Beaumont Etiquette. Piloted at sister hotel, The Plaza, A Fairmont Managed Hotel, 2018 signature courses have been scheduled at Fairmont Dallas Sept 21- 22, 2018.
Named one of the most innovative companies of 2017, The Plaza Finishing Program introduces participants to today’s proper business, dining and social etiquette. While adults learn modern etiquette essentials for various business and social situations, children learn basic table manners and proper social interactions in a fun and interactive setting. Adult evening programs will be held over a menu of canapes, champagne or wine, while the children’s program will include tea sandwiches, lemonade and bite-sized pastries.
Sept. 21 Social & Dining Etiquette
This adult etiquette course educates men and women in formal dining etiquette, including how to properly use cutlery, glassware and a napkin. It also includes tips for eating tricky foods, such as spaghetti and bread. This course includes a tutorial on wine etiquette covering how to select a bottle of wine, open a bottle of wine and general tips and tricks on entertaining with wine, whether red, white or sparkling. The social graces portion of the course covers appropriate dressing and grooming for men and women, proper behavior in various social situations as well as introductions and greetings.
Sept. 22 Children’s Etiquette
The Finishing Program’s Children’s Etiquette Course is an interactive class for boys and girls ages 5 to 9. Children will learn the fundamentals in both dining and social etiquette, including, but not limited to basic table manners, greeting adults and children with respect, making friends and positive body language,
Sept. 22 Teen Course
Young adults, ages 10 to 17, will learn a range of basic etiquette, including dining, dressing, deportment, respect, consideration and introductions. This modern etiquette class will also cover social media, email and phone communications, and event-specific etiquette (family parties, weddings, etc.) and will help teenagers develop confidence and self-esteem.
Sept 22 The Duchess Effect
This adult course mimics the royal training that Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle undertook when joining the royal family upon their engagement to Princes William and Harry. It includes lessons in dining etiquette, social graces and style.
For additional information, pricing and booking information please visit this website.
Each course will be taught by Myka Meier and her team, as well as guest experts. Myka is a dual American-British citizen who was trained in part by a former member of The Royal Household of Her Majesty the Queen and has attended multiple finishing schools in both England and Switzerland. While all courses are based on Western (American, British and European fundamentals) etiquette and taught in English, the programs were created to be exciting, interactive and modern to reflect today’s global society.
Beaumont Etiquette was founded in Kensington, London, just steps away from many historic British Royal Palaces and residences. Brought to New York by Founder Myka Meier, Beaumont Etiquette offers businesses and individuals, both kids and adults, inspiring courses in British, Continental European and American etiquette. With offices in both New York and California, Beaumont Etiquette’s trainers educate consumers and companies on the expansive world of dining, social graces and corporate protocol. Their contemporary approach of exciting and interactive programs was designed to meet the etiquette needs relevant in today’s society.
2 responses to “Etiquette for Children and Adults at The Fairmont Sept 21-22”
I would love to attend this event!
I enrolled my two grandchildren online on June 11th and paid for each of them to take the children’s etiquette course with Myka Meir on Sept 22 at the Fairmont in Dallas and have not received a confirmation. I have sent two emails to the contact address listed on the Beaumont Etiquette web sight and have not received a response. Do I need to contact someone at the Dallas Fairmont? Please advise.