Become a Craft Festival Event Planner by following the easy expert steps provided by fundraising expert Chef Kelly McBride Loft. Kelly explains, from a culinary professional's perspective: festival location, vendor concepts, food vendor considerations, musical considerations, selling the booth space, indemnification considerations, ticket sales, parking and first aid station suggestions. Let her guide you to planning success and professionally enhance your Craft Festival. Learn to Plan Like A Chef.
About the Author
Living the life of a culinary artist best describes Kelly Loft. From exciting culinary training to elaborate event planning, she showcases her skills as a pastry chef. Including advanced studies at the Cordon Bleu Cookery School, London, Pastry Certification from LaVarenne Culinary School in Burgundy, France and The Art of French Pastry studies at the Ritz Escoffier Culinary School in Paris, her European style of entertaining launched her career as a food writer, a catering director and a private club events director. Kelly has designed events for President George H. W. Bush, ambassadors and international dignitaries. Additionally, she has created successful craft festivals, glamorous weddings and meaningful lifecycle events. Kelly has taught event planning, wedding planning and international tea classes for over 17 years. Event Plan A Craft Festival is written, as part of the Plan Like A Chef series of books, to guide you with ease through the planning of your craft festival celebration.