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World Singing Day 2019 - Street Karaoke 馃帳

Sugarhouse Monument Plaza

A Community Sing-along celebrating World Singing Day 2019. STREET KARAOKE 馃帳 & DANCING 馃拑馃徑 _____________________ KARAOKE: Well known songs to 馃幎 sing to in a group not alone. DANCING ENCOURAGED!!! 馃幍 All ages & skill levels welcome! (seriously this is all just for fun!) ** Lyric sheets will be provided - but you probably won鈥檛 need them. ___________________ Last year there were over 50 other countries & 213 cities around the world Singing & Dancing to show the world that we are united as one Global Family. ******************* LOCATION: TBA... See FB Page for updated details 馃憠馃徑 https://www.facebook.com/events/1514108678722546/?active_tab=about 馃憟馃徑

EXPERIENCE ICELAND & IRELAND - $2,699. An unusual Thanksgiving Holiday!

Salt Lake City International Airport

Taste of Iceland & Ireland - 9 Days / 8 Nights / 13 Meals Northern Lights and Irish Pubs! What better way to spend Thanksgiving?! ****Final Deadline to sign up for this tour is Aug 19, 2019**** Price $2,699 Day 1: Reykjavik & Perlan Observation Deck Meet your guide at 2:00 PM to take a city sightseeing tour and begin exploring Iceland鈥檚 1000-year-old history in its beautiful capital city. You鈥檒l be charmed by its mix of modern and traditional architecture and the beautiful brightly colored rooftops. Day 2: Thingvellir National Park & Gullfoss Waterfall Head out to spectacular Thingvellir National Park, followed by the Secret Lagoon: smaller and more intimate than the Blue Lagoon, it鈥檚 the place where savvy travelers go to enjoy the Icelandic spa experience. Then it鈥檚 on to the famous Strokkur Geysir, which erupts every 10 minutes or so. Stop at the powerful Gullfoss Waterfall 鈥 fed by Iceland鈥檚 second-biggest glacier, the falls are the largest in Europe. (B, L, D) Day 3: Reykjavik & The Blue Lagoon Spa Enjoy a free day in the capital city Reykjavikand explore on your own some of the city鈥檚 historic places. In the evening, travel to the Blue Lagoon, one of the 25 wonders of the world, where you can also see the Northern Lights, weather permitting, as you share in a farewell drink with your Icelandic group.(B) Day 4: Independent Sightseeing in Dublin Fly to Dublin. Enjoy your afternoon with an independent Dublin Hop-on, Hop-Off bus tour and a visit to one of Dublin鈥檚 top attractions. (B) Day 5: Dublin & Merry Ploughboy Pub Enjoy the morning exploring Dublin with the included vouchers. Meet your guide at 2:00 PM in the hotel lobby for a guided tour of ancient and modern Dublin. In the evening head to the Merry Ploughboy Pub for a great dinner of Irish specialties and a lively show with popular Irish songs and intricate step-dancing. (B, D) Day 6: Blarney Castle & Killarney Depart Dublin and travel through the midlands of Ireland, which has many mixed farms. Stop for photos of the stately ruins on the Rock of Cashel, visit Blarney Castle to kiss the famous 鈥淪tone of Eloquence.鈥 Blarney Woollen Mills where you can find quality Irish made goods of all types, conveniently displayed under one roof. Drive through Macroom, built around a fine castle, and into County Kerry where the scenery becomes more mountainous. Arrive in Killarney, check in to your hotel and relax before dinner. (B, D) Day 7: Ring of Kerry & Skellig Experience Today embark on Ireland鈥檚 most popular scenic drive of 100 miles 鈥 the Ring of Kerry. As you travel along, there will be plenty of stops for photos at the best vantage points. Get a taste of farm life with a sheepdog demonstration of herding flocks, and see different breeds of sheep. Return to Killarney and enjoy a free evening for independent dining or exploring the many pubs in the town. (B, L) Day 8: Cliffs of Moher & Medieval Castle Banquet Leave Killarney and drive north to Tarbert for a 20-minute ferry ride across the wide River Shannon Estuary. Your tour continues along the coast of County Clare to the Cliffs of Moher, a spectacular wall of sandstone that reaches almost 700 feet above the Atlantic Ocean. In the evening head to Bunratty or Knappogue Castle for a medieval-style feast of excellent dishes and plenty of wine.(B, D) Day 9: Depart from Shannon Tour ends after breakfast today. (B) Price $2699 per person* Deposit $250 due by August 19, 2019 Guided Tour Includes: * Full daily breakfast (except Day 1) and meals per itinerary above * All on-tour transportation including shuttles and ferries * Welcome get-together drink with your group * Free Wi-Fi on coaches so you can stay connected along the way * Documents wallet and backpack to keep you organized * All local taxes, hotel service charges & handling of one suitcase per person

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If you want to be an Event Organizer on this group RSVP here to indicate you are in agreement with the group rules and then a main organizer will contact you. If you are currently an Organizer on the group you are going to be administratively RSVP'd to this. Remaining RSVP's will show your agreement with the guidelines. Changing to "no" will signify you do not with to follow group best practices. Best Practices or the rules simplified. 1.) No Emailing and no using the "discussion" box 2.) No outside links 3.) All events are Hosted. There are no "no host" events. 4.) List any money costs in the first 2 or 3 lines. 5.) Special note about Repeat Events *** PUT THE CITY OR AREA WHERE THE EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE IN THE TITLE. If it's not, . . . it may be administratively added. Just Say'n Not too many rules. Not too complicated. They all have to do with respect for the membership. 1.) No Emailing AND No Discussion Box The one BIG BIG rule is NOBODY messages the general membership via the email feature. Post the event and let Meetup send out all the notices. The discussion box is just another way for you to send spam. So that is closed, and only for the use and management by and of the (main) organizer only. If you feel you need to send a message contact the main organizer. 2.) No Outside links: No links to other social media or to other meetup groups. Do not just put a Facebook link. Copy all the wording and put the words. If you can't even take the time to put in the words . . . people will see that and not even take time to click a link. Link's are lazy and instead of giving doing the work to write it for them to read the info you are telling to do work that you did not do and click something to find the info. You want them to click the RSVP. So don't give any other option that may lead them away from the page with the RSVP button. If you need to add a link message the main organizer to get permission. 3.) Meetup does not allow "No Host" events. You will be there and present. If you want to post an "informational" event then go and post it on Craigslist. 4.) List money costs in the first few lines. This has to do with email notices. The email version of the event sends the first few lines of the writeup. If it's free, . . .say it's free. If it costs . . . say it early so people have the info. If you need a payment link: make it as short and direct as possible. In general evens under $20 can be posted with no permission. If more . . . just ask. 5.) Events can repeat , but do NOT use the auto-scheduling feature. When your event occurs log on and list it again. The Auto-pilot is a problem as people forget they listed. They don't show up and people do. The complaints end up being filed against the group and not the organizer that bailed. If you use the "repeat" feature it will be edited and the future ones edited off. Weekly event need to be approved ahead of time. Monthly is OK. It is preferred if every 2 or three months if needed to repeat. There MUST be FIVE weeks notice between repeat events. For instance if you are doing a live band same band will be ok to repeat in 5 weeks. Less is OK with permission. Just ask. General Guidelines: 1.) Great Copy 2.) Great Pix 3.) 4 weeks notice is best. 4 & 5,) Great Copy and Pix Since you are not using outside links you need Great Copy and Pix. No need for outside links if you simply copy The Copy from the link and paste it in. Do this instead of copying the link itself. Members have said when they see just a link and that's it they think the organizer is just being lazy. Be complete, . . . Parking info is always asked . . . so put it in too. Post where and how they will recognize and see the host. 6.) 4 weeks notice Less notice is less eyes that will see it. I know . . yours will be short notice. In the future . . . try and plan ahead. More notice will always get you more RSVP's

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