Kids Learn to Mind their Manners at Etiquette Boot Camp

Etiquette Classes to be Offered in East Falmouth & Hyannis
Help your kids improve their manners at the Etiquette Boot Camp this summer (Courtesy of Etiquette Boot Camp)

Get your kids in shape for the next family dinner, social gathering or formal event at Etiquette Boot Camp this summer!

The course is designed for kids ages 7 to 17 and will teach them how to start and maintain conversations with adults and peers, how to introduce themselveswhen NOT to use their cell phone and much more. Children will learn how to set the table, use their napkin, pass food and use utensils the European and American way.

The four-hour program is taught in an entertaining setting with their peers, and is specifically developed for two different age groups targeting the social challenges affecting today’s youth. 

The instructor for the Boot Camp is Ms. Pejic, Program Director of The Etiquette Academy, and a former protocol staffer for His Royal Majesty King of Jordan.

Give your child the gift of manners this summer! A gift that will last a lifetime.

  • Session One will be held at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Cape Cod in Hyannis on Saturday, August 19th
  • Session Two will be held at The Cape Club in East Falmouth on Sunday, August 27th.

Etiquette Boot Camp for ages 7 to 12 will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Etiquette Boot Camp for ages 13 to 17 will take place from 2 to 6 p.m. The fee for the 4-hour program is $199.

For more information visit TheEtiquetteAcademy.org or call 617-608-3920.

The Etiquette Academy of New England is an academic institution dedicated to enhancing social skills, improving communication techniques, and developing leadership qualities necessary to succeed personally and professionally. Headquartered in Brookline, MA, we offer courses for youth and adults, and partnerships for higher education institutions, corporations, organizations, primary and secondary schools, and more.


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