THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT A CORINTHIAN EVENT.

Ask around. We throw amazing, rockin', bringing-down-the-house events, and we're proud of that. Take a look through our website and you'll see what we mean. But that's not the whole story… at Corinthian Events, it's really all about you.

Our approach is simple. We come from the service side of the business, not the sales side. Profitability is not our main focus; our main focus is you. We want to not only meet but exceed your goals and expectations, while becoming an integral part of your team. If we do this, and continually do it well, together we will be successful.

What else should you know? We all truly love our job, we love our team, and we love Corinthian Events. Loving what you do and who you do it with contributes to giving 100% to it and having fun in the process.

Corinthian Events is Boston's truly full service special event planning and destination management company. We hope our website, reputation and recommendations show you we do amazing work. We can do it all, start to finish... soup to nuts. Or perhaps you are just looking for an appetizer or dessert. We will provide the missing pieces you need.

Take a look at our website - give us a chance to help with your next event or program or just call us to chat.
We like people!

The Corinthian Events Team


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Thu, 08 Dec 2016 16:36:58 -0500

Live Greatly

Parc Westborough is a luxury apartment community in picturesque Westborough, MA. To celebrate completion of the property and encourage current and potential residents to meet and mingle, an ‘Opening Reception’ was planned!

Our team at Corinthian Events worked …

Live Greatly

Parc Westborough is a luxury apartment community in picturesque Westborough, MA. To celebrate completion of the property and encourage current and potential residents to meet and mingle, an ‘Opening Reception’ was planned!

Our team at Corinthian Events worked with Parc Westborough to design and coordinate décor, food and beverages, entertainment, and activities for guests, ensuring their team was free to mix and mingle.

The ambiance of the evening was set in their contemporary clubhouse with gorgeous white florals in simple yet sophisticated white vases, and frosted green votives for soft lighting dispersed throughout the room. An acoustic duo playing popular songs created a lively atmosphere entertaining guests.

The goal for the opening reception included showcasing the property and encouraging guests to check out various spaces including the fitness center, the clubhouse, and a stunning model apartment.

Guests were encouraged to flow throughout the property with added activities such as a photo booth in the fitness center and nitrogen ice cream demonstration in the model apartment – it was very cool!

Custom signage was created to ensure guests found their way – and many of the signs were designed to be re-purposed and reused.

Custom napkins and glasses designed with Parc Westborough’s logo were given to guests attending the reception.

Rain was in the forecast but we lucked out with clear skies and comfortable weather as a perfect backdrop to an elegant community.

With ambiance set and logistics handed, the Parc Westborough team enjoyed an evening of meeting, mingling and giving tours to potential and future residents.

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Tue, 06 Dec 2016 12:47:16 -0500

The team that runs together…

Last Saturday, 9 of our Corinthian Events team (including family) members woke up bright and early and got in gear to run the Jingle Bell Run around Castle Island in South Boston, hosted by SBCA …

The team that runs together…

Last Saturday, 9 of our Corinthian Events team (including family) members woke up bright and early and got in gear to run the Jingle Bell Run around Castle Island in South Boston, hosted by SBCA (South Boston Catholic Academy). The festive team included (from top left to right) Natalie Prentiss, Brian Woonton, Megan Woonton, Shira Brandt, Jamie Hellesen, Micha Brooks, Ryan Brooks, Sarah Waters and her dog- Raja.

We met at the start line to motivate each other then, with the starting bell rung, we were on our way individually – each working at our own pace – braving the cold to attempt personal records. The course loop was run on sidewalks around Castle Island- it was a clear day with great views. With the course being fairly flat, we could take in the gorgeous views of the Boston skyline.

Biggest challenge? All of us struggled with the wind between miles 2 and 3. It was very strong off the water. Megan commented that she thought she was glad she didn’t get blown away!

Even though we ran apart, as each of us finished we stayed at the finish line to cheer each other on.

We had a ball completing a challenge together. And, even with the tough wind – we all made great time – most of us even hit personal records.

Favorite part? While the race was fun… after the race – spending time to get to know each other better was the highlight of the day!

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Tue, 29 Nov 2016 17:20:28 -0500

Every week we have morning huddles led by a different team member to inspire us and welcome us to each new day. Monday’s bit of wisdom was shared by Dawn Mogardo, Account Manager at Corinthian Events. She shared the quote, …

Every week we have morning huddles led by a different team member to inspire us and welcome us to each new day. Monday’s bit of wisdom was shared by Dawn Mogardo, Account Manager at Corinthian Events. She shared the quote, “Either you run the day, or the day runs you!”

This quote was especially fitting because while it is a lot of fun to come back and see the team after a long Holiday weekend – being away from email for 4 whole days (well, mostly away from it) – can cause a bit of a backlog. And, getting organized for a new week can be daunting when we are playing catch-up.

What is our go to tip at Corinthian Events for getting organized?

Dawn shares – “LISTS!! I have a to do list on my desktop that I am constantly updating throughout the day to make sure I am on top of everything. Especially in events where there are so many details, it is sometimes a challenge to keep track of every small thing you need to take care of, so I make sure to write them down and I don’t take them off my list until they are done.”

Dawn isn’t alone in this…  Natalie Prentiss, Outreach & Marketing Coordinator at Corinthian Events agrees adding, “I make a list of everything I need to get done for the week. I organize my list by putting the most time sensitive projects at the top and always keeping great notes of my progress to ensure I don’t waste a moment finding my place.”

Shira Brandt, Program Assistant also uses lists sharing, “I make a to do list and take a step back to think about everything that needs to get done, prioritizing is really key and allowing myself to stay calm during it all – knowing that I will get it all finished helps me from letting the quantity of tasks impact that quality of my work.”

Talk about taking it up a notch – Erin Phinney, Account Manager, shares that she uses color coded lists, numerical lists, calendars, lists for my lists… “It’s the only way to keep things in check when life gets busy!”

Staying ahead can be a challenge in our fast-paced industry. Today’s wisdom?.. Use lists!

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