1040 E. Newport Center Dr.
Deerfield Beach, FL 33442
Phone: (954) 570-8887
Fax: (954) 428-7638
January 29, 2015 6:00 AM
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January 29, 2015 8:00 PM
January 29, 2015 5:00 PM
Professional Social Networking Group (PSNG) Networking Event at Blue Martini, Boca Raton Thursday, January 29, 5:00 - 9:00PM, $0 Cover, 1 Complimentary drink. We will be hosting our event at Blue Martini. Due to unforeseen construction issues at Piñon Grill, the Inner Circle Executive Club (facebook.com/TheInnerCircleExecutiveClub) will also be hosting their event to benefit the Alzheimer's Association at Blue Martini at the same time. We welcome them and look forward to this unique opportunity to share space, get to know each other's groups a little better and join with them in supporting a great cause, the Alzheimer's Association (Alzheimer's Boca Walk). On-line preregistration is required to attend for all guests, members and volunteers before 12 Noon on the day of the event through this link: PSNGBMBoca.eventbrite.com Blue Martini Boca Raton 6000 Glades Road, Suite C-1380 Boca Raton, FL 33431 www.bluemartinilounge.com 561-910-2583 DIRECTIONS: Take I-95 to Glades Road west. Head west about 1/2 a mile and you will see the Town Center Mall on the left (south) side of Glades Road. The venue is on the SW side of the mall. Enter from the parking lot (not inside the mall) between Bloomingdale's and Nordstrom. PSNG Our Purpose Build business and personal relationships through recurring networking events. Our Vision Be the most sought-after networking group in South Florida. Our Mission Make each event better than the last by asking for feedback and help. Our Goal Have each attendee bring at least one of their most trusted and respected professional contacts as a new guest every time they come back to an event. We host Networking Events every other Thursday, from 5:30 to 8PM. We regularly have $0 cover, 1 complimentary drink, 100 people, photographers, charity organizations with display tables, Professional Style Awards, a Networking Card activity, co-hosts, videographers, and more. Preregister (required) with your full name, email address, phone number and business category through our Eventbrite invitation system. We share that information with the host venue and any named co-host of the event. Sign in at the event registration table when you arrive, put on a name badge, get a drink ticket and then go network. Please follow up after the event with feedback or a testimonial on our website. Social networking includes developing relationships for charity work, making new friendships, finding people with common interests or hobbies, and discussing current events, entertainment or the arts. Professional networking includes building relationships with potential employees, employers, vendors, partners, clients, customers and most importantly, potential referral sources. Professional networking also includes discussing the economy, business management, marketing, finance, technology for business and more. A few people attend our events only for social networking and a few people attend only for professional networking. However, most people attend for both. All of our prior success is due to people like you, yes you, enjoying the events and bringing new professionals they respect and trust every time they come back. Things you can do at a PSNG event: - Learn about other businesses - Support a good cause or charity - Find new business opportunities - Introduce people - Discuss upcoming events with other groups - Enjoy delicious food and lovely beverages - Set up meetings and phone calls - Help others find jobs and contracts - Connect other charitable and networking groups Please help make our events GREAT! - Invite some of your most trusted and respected professional contacts. Pre-register and forward our emailed invitations. Use the "Select Guests to Invite" link on our Facebook invitations. Consider including the message I saw this event and thought of you. - Bring business cards with your name, business name, phone number and email address. If you dont have a business card with all of this information, please get some. - Please bring your own name badge to use multiple times to save time, money and the environment. Please add your business name or business category to your name badge. - Dress Professionally. It feels good to look great. Dressing well helps you and our group. Venues and business owners often mention the way the whole crowd looks and how important that is. Think boardroom, not nightclub. Professional attire only, please. - Volunteer as Greeters, Photographer, Videographer, Entertainers, Promoters, Ambassadors and more. Please contact us to volunteer ASAP so we can find a role you will enjoy. - We allow charity organizations to set up promotional display tables at the events for no charge. Please contact us to get approval. - We want each venue to want us back. The venues provide the space and the complimentary drink for no charge to the group. Please make positive comments to the managers and owners and consider buying additional food and drink, booking your own event, and coming back another night. Tell them you are there because of PSNG. - Tip the wait staff well. A free drink should lead to a bigger tip than normal. Bring Dollars. The excuse "I don't have any singles on me" is unacceptable. Please tip for water and soda too. Tip staff at the bar and out in the crowd. If you don't plan to tip, please don't plan to come. If your beliefs or financial situation preclude you from tipping generously, please do not attend. - Introduce yourself and others to anyone who looks like they want to meet people. Some people are less outgoing than you are. Lets all try to make new attendees and quieter people feel welcome. Ask questions and listen. - Expect to be approached by some people for business and by some people for socializing. We ask each guest to be respectful of all people, no matter what purpose they are attending the event to achieve. Even if you can't provide what they want, you may be able to give them encouragement, advice or a referral. - Gentlemen, please be aware that we ask women to name the men that make them feel uncomfortable. If your name comes up too often we will quietly ask you to leave and not return to our events. Ladies, please make note and let us know what you think we should. In almost 4 years this has only happened twice. We consistently have very respectful group of people. - Please use the Invite People to Join link on our Facebook group page to invite friends to join. Members can learn about our group and events. - All the people helping at the registration table are volunteers who are there to have fun and make a great event. Please compliment and thank them. - Develop real relationships at the events. Be curious, kind, complimentary, thoughtful, respectful, helpful, warm, friendly, genuine, positive and sincere. Smile :o) Jeff Tockman 561-755-7764 Business Development Consultant Founder, Tockman Consulting www.TockmanConsulting.com www.ProfessionalSocialNetworkingGroup.com Sign up for our event invitations: http://bit.ly/psnglist
January 29, 2015 10:00 AM
This training will provide participants with an overview of what it means to transition into adulthood within the Autism Spectrum. We will explore the key components to transition planning as it relates to adulthood.
January 29, 2015 7:00 PM
Born Arnold Dorsey, UK crooner Engelbert Humperdinck knew early on that he wanted to be a musician, but had difficulty finding success after a decade of singing in night clubs. However, in the late 1960s, after changing his given name to that of the German composer, Humperdinck signed to Decca, which put out his single "Release Me," a track that topped the charts in the US and UK, impressively preventing the Beatles song "Strawberry Fields Forever" from ever obtaining the number one slot in the band's native country. With his smoothly sung lyrics about love and his charming good looks, the singer was bestowed with the nickname "King of Romance," and to this day continues to perform to smitten fans around the world.
January 29, 2015
Born in Cuba in 1949, Arturo Sandoval fell in love with music at a young age and began playing a variety of different instruments when he was 13. Although, he soon began to drift towards and concentrate his musical studies on one single instrument: the trumpet. With strong jazz masters as influences, including Charlie Parker, Clifford Brown and Dizzy Gillespie, as well as the geographically leveraged style of Latin music imprinting itself within Sandoval's unique playing style, he would eventually land himself a spot playing with Cuba's national all-star band at the ripe age of 16. Quickly proving himself as an extremely talented trumpeter with a characteristic style, Sandoval would go on to play with some of the most prominent names in the jazz world, including Stan Getz, Herbie Hancock and Woody Shaw. A formidable force in his own right, Sandoval has released numerous albums over the years and maintained a fairly ardent touring schedule, where he can be found regaling audiences with his time tested Latin jazz style.
January 29, 2015 8:00 PM
January 29, 2015 8:30 PM
Skism is a dubstep producer from London who emerged out of the UK's burgeoning EDM scene with his debut track, "The Blank," in 2009. With a 3-deck setup, Skism is known just as much for his frantic live performances as he is for his progressive, bass-heavy sound.
January 29, 2015 7:30 PM
When it comes to the hottest new restaurant in Manhattan, some diners will do anything to get a seat. In "Fully Committed", desperate diners -- all played by John Manzelli -- resort to threats, bribes, name-dropping and downright begging to nab that all-important reservation. Restaurant-speak for "no tables available," "Fully Committed" is a tour-de-force showcase for Manzelli as the high-strung maître d' and 39 (!) other characters in a show "The New York Times" calls "immensely entertaining." Arrive one hour early and enjoy drinks and a modern menu of tapas-style plates.
January 29, 2015
January 29, 2015 8:00 PM
Adapted from the beloved Disney film, The Lion King is a musical theater production that tells the story of a lion named Simba whose life takes an unexpected turn after his father, King Mufasa, dies at the hands of Simba's power-hungry uncle, Scar. Unable to deal with the tragedy at such a young age, Simba runs away from home believing that he is responsible for his father's death. When a chance encounter with an old friend reminds him of the importance of family and his responsibility to the rest of the lion pride, he finally returns home and faces the truth about his uncle's part in his father's death. Packed full of the film's renowned songs, including "Circle of Life," Hakuna Matata" and "Can You Feel the Love Tonight," The Lion King quickly garnered critical and commercial acclaim for its visually stunning rendition of the classic story.
January 29, 2015 7:30 PM