Rhode Island Monthly Occasions Spring/Summer 2014 : Page 4

SPE CIAL AD VER TISING SE C TION included a table of pastel-hued eats (can-taloupe and clementines included), a two tier cake and cookies decorated to resemble artists’ palettes. VEN UES : The truth is, as long as there’s stuff to do and plenty to eat, youngsters care less about where they are and what it looks like than adults. If your house and yard are roomy enough, home is a great place to host a party for little ones. Confin-ing the mess — er, kids, that is — to a single area or room will keep clean-up to a mini-mum. If hosting at home isn’t an option, or if you’d just as soon have someone else do the entertaining (no judgments here!), consider a venue like the Providence Chil-dren’s Museum, Gymboree or Biomes Ma-rine Biology Center in North Kingstown. TEENS AND TWEENS GOAL: To throw an age-appropriate party Picking a location for a Sweet Sixteen party can be a daunting task. Eleven Forty Nine in Warwick o ers various private event spaces, depending on the number of guests invited. for an adolescent who’s convinced your sole purpose in life is to embarrass him or her. (To come out looking like a hero would be a bonus.) Blue lash Photography; party planner: Fancy Pants Event Planning. restaurant Creating Memorable Events Personalized service | Comfortable atmosphere with private spaces for groups of all sizes Delicious food and diverse menu offerings Corporate Events • Private Dinners Celebrations • Offsite Catering 1149 Division Street, Warwick, RI Contact the Sales Team at 401.884.1149 www.elevenfortyninerestaurant.com 88 RHODE ISLAND MONTHLY l APRIL 2014

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