Planning a New Orleans reunion, but tiring of Bourbon Street and Mardi Gras? Big Easy for Families lists plenty of fun options in this historic city.
This is the New Orleans Metropolitan Convention and Visitors Bureau’s (NOMCVB) update to a popular brochure titled More Than 100 Things for Kids. Well illustrated, it is organized in easy to read sections; i.e.: Cajun & Swamp Country, uniquely New Orleans and the spooky side of New Orleans. Contact NOMCVB 504-566-5003 or 800-672-6124 (outside Louisiana); http://www.neworleanscvb.com.
Celebrating Together in Baltimore is subtitled How to Plan a Reunion in Baltimore City. Request your copy from Baltimore Area Convention and Visitors Association, 100 Light Street, 12th Floor, Baltimore MD 21202-3106; 800-343-3468, x 7065; http://www.baltimore.org.
New ways to consider sites and locations include Boston’s Hynes Convention Center’s CD-ROM with 360-degree multidimensional views of the center and walking tours of the city (contact Kristen Cote, 617-266-5500) or an Oakland, California, VHS destination video tape (contact Harry Hamilton, 800-262-5526).
The LaPorte County Convention and Visitors Bureau offers a new Northern Indiana Harbor Country Visitors Guide. If your reunion planning takes you to this area, you can find attractions, shopping, recreation, parks, maps, lodging and entertainment. This region is very attractive for reunions because of its location between large population centers east and west of it. Write LPCCVB, 1503 S Meer Rd, Michigan City IN 46360 or call 800-933-6845.