Wildly Different
Wildly Different
November 2013 Issue
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It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas

Silent Night is a beautiful holiday song, but it’s certainly not the atmosphere you want at your holiday party! If, instead, you’d like to Deck The Halls and have your guests “laughing all the way,” here are a couple of ideas that will help.


What Child Is This

Give Santa’s elves a break this year by booking Wildly Different’s Toy Workshop charitable activity. Teams assemble two wooden toys, such as rocking horses and toy benches, and they also get to stuff and dress five teddy bears. But, before they can assemble the toys, they must first solve puzzles in order to get the materials they need to make them. For instance, teams may have to identify 10 Christmas carols from the hints provided. What is this one - Christmas? It’s Blue Christmas of course! Instead of writing Santa a letter, participants write the kids who will be receiving the toys a letter, wishing them a year filled with joy and happiness. To learn more about our charitable activities, contact us or visit this link.

Treat or Treat

I'll Be Home For Christmas

If you’re inviting friends and family to come Home For The Holidays, you may want to organize a unique gift exchange. Have everyone bring a wrapped gift and a small token that hints at what it is. For instance, if giving a candle, the token may be a book of matches, or if bringing lottery tickets, the token may be a penny to scratch off the tickets. As guests set their wrapped gift on the gift table, hand them a token in exchange for their own. As guests mix and mingle, they can show off and even swap tokens. Encourage them not to reveal what gift their token relates to. At a set time, give everyone five minutes to make their final swaps. Then, have each person come up one at a time to show their token and pick up the gift that corresponds to it.

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