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Recommended Reading for April 30, 2014

Interesting articles about special events this week include Disney World's 25th party, George Clooney's wedding options and the importance of 'social moments' in events.

Disney World's Hollywood Studios to Salute its 25th with Special Events

Disney World in Orlando, Fla., will do what it does best—stage special events tomorrow to mark the 25th anniversary of the theme park, formerly known as Disney-MGM Studios.

Festivities set for Thursday include: A 10 a.m. rededication ceremony with park vice president Dan Cockerell, which will honor some of the 25-year cast members. At 7 p.m., a motorcade called "Stars of the Studios" will go up Hollywood Boulevard, featuring characters such as Captain Jack Sparrow, Darth Vader, Wreck-It Ralph, Sofia the First and Mickey and Minnie Mouse. A dance party will be held in front of the Sorcerer Hat Stage after the motorcade. Orlando-Sentinel

Where Should George Clooney and Fiancée Tie the Knot?

OK, maybe you haven't been hired as his wedding planner, but that shouldn't stop you from speculating on where one of the world's hottest hunks should be married.

Now that George Clooney's mom has confirmed that the world's most notorious bachelor is indeed settling down with Amal Alamuddin, it's time to start wedding planning. Based on Clooney's own travels and favorite locations, we've narrowed it down to 3 potential locations for the couple's nuptials." Jaunted

Importance of 'Social Moments' Stressed at ISES UK Event

The ISES UK chapter brought in an agency expert to address the topic of making events of all types memorable by including "social moments."

Speaking to ISES members at the Blue Fin venue in central London, Ball emphasized the importance of embedding ‘social moments’ into events. “How often are you asked to build a social moment into your event?” he asked. “Because if you’re not asked now, believe me you will be.” Exhibition News

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