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Join Ms. Susy as we review all things table manners in this mini 'introductory' virtual class.


Teaching your kids table manners is important because it instills respect, politeness, and social skills that are essential in both personal and professional settings. Good table manners help children feel more confident and comfortable in various social situations, from family gatherings to dining out and future business meals. They also reflect positively on their upbringing, showing that they understand and can adhere to social norms. Additionally, practicing proper etiquette fosters a sense of discipline and consideration for others, contributing to their overall character development and helping them build respectful relationships throughout their lives.

Our workshop is not just another class for kids. It’s a program designed to change the way your child thinks and understands the importance of manners. The foundation of etiquette taught in childhood is priceless and considered a lifelong investment. In our whole scope of enrichment, etiquette skills are the one thing that we can offer our kids that’s not all that common and yet integral to their social success.


(offered in a 45-minute virtual class)

☑️ The History of Etiquette
☑️ Respect and Respectful Behavior
☑️ Table Setting
☑️ Napkin Etiquette
☑️ Holding Cutlery
☑️ How to avoid the top six table mistakes!

18 September 2024
5:00-5:45 p.m. 
Virtual: Link to be provided 

$49 (per person)


Terms and Conditions

Avignon Etiquette is an etiquette consultancy based in Toronto, Ontario.


Avignon Etiquette reserves the right to cancel a course at any day or time for any unforeseen circumstance, including, but not limited to, illness, inclement weather, acts of God, etc. In the case that Avignon Etiquette may need to cancel a course, it will be rescheduled and clients will be notified with as much advance notice as possible. A twelve month credit will be issued for anyone not able to make the new date.


Avignon Etiquette Reserves the right to modify the course dates and times pending availability and offerings of suppliers and staff.


All courses are not refundable but may be transferred to a new participant. This includes cancellations due to missed classes, illness, injury and emergencies.


Video, photo or audio recording of any course or workshop given by Avignon Etiquette is strictly prohibited, without prior consent.


Course offering and content will be agreed ahead of scheduled courses and will cover as much information as possible within the period of time agreed. Refunds will not be offered for course content that is not covered due to time restraints of the course time booked.


Prices are given in CAD (Canadian Dollars).


Method of payments excepted by Avignon Etiquette include, but are not limited to: Interac etransfer, Visa, Visa Debit, MasterCard and Amex. Any payment other than Interac etransfer, will incur a 3.5% processing surcharge.


Attendance is limited to registrants whose name has been provided and who have paid the fee. Video monitor sharing of virtual workshops, with anyone other than the registrant is a violation of this agreement.



Virtual Children's Table Manners

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