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Are you looking to engage a large number of people at your next event?  Are you a corporation holding a picnic or a school holding a reunion?  May I suggest a crafting table?  Sure, there are wonderful offerings out there for party entertainment: balloon twisters, face painters, airbrush tattoos and photo booths just to name a few. But there's nothing quite like taking home something that you or your child has made themselves.  

Every year I run this amazing week-long summer camp.

One of my all-time favorites is my Harry Potter party.  Thanks to the imagination of JK Rowlings there are literally hundreds of amazing party possibilities; from the first book and experience, which includes a trip to Diagon Alley, a ride on the Hogwarts Express, and Potions with Snape to book 4 with the Tri-Wizard Tournament, and finally to the culmination of them all in book number 7 with the

At the risk of sounding like my grandpa Yocom ("when I was a kid, we had to walk 7 miles uphill, in the snow, without a jacket, or shoes to get to the bus stop that would take us to the local school 25 miles away...and we were grateful...") things were just better when I was growing up.  

Everyone teases me about how much I love Sacramento.  I've been enamored with the City ever since I started doing my monthly guest appearances on Sac and Co in 2014.  My husband Scott and I were on a book promo tour, and the group ended up liking us so much, they started inviting us back for a monthly guest spot.  My love of the City grew and I started referring t