BRAZILIAN CARNAVAL – FEB 13, 20 & 25

BRAZILIAN CARNAVAL (International, World)

Swing Brasileiro, Tropicalia Dance Group, Gingarte Capoeira

Mambo Cafe
3336 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Saturday, February 13th 2010 @ 10pm

$20 Adv. | $25 at the Door

Tickets available now at http://www.SoundCultureChicago.com

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How to Plan a Date for Valentine’s Day Celebration

Valentine’s Day is celebrated by most couples anywhere in the world every February 14th of each year. In order to avoid the same old Latin Valentine’s Day routine, plan a date ahead of time. Your partner will surely appreciate the effort you put in to make it more memorable.

Here are the steps on how to plan a date for Valentine’s Day celebration.

1. Plan a date at least a month before Valentine’s Day to give you enough time to arrange everything. This is especially true if the date falls on weekdays that you both might need to take a day off depending on what you want to do. Remember that failure to plan is planning to fail.

2. Make a budget on what you want to do on Valentine’s Day and try to stick to it. If you are not one of those who don’t care about the amount to spend for a date, then you better make a budget plan. Keep in mind that you do not need to spend much just to have a memorable Valentine’s Day.

3. Decide on the location for your Valentine’s Day celebration. Are you going to have dinner outside or have it in your place? If the day falls on weekend, are you going for a weekend getaway? It is very important to make this decision ahead of time so you can make a reservation if necessary.

4. Do your homework and research for great ideas for Valentine’s Day that you will both enjoy. Again, it doesn’t have to be expensive but make it memorable. There are a lot of things that you can do different from traditional Valentine’s Day celebration. For instance, you can make a reservation for a couple’s massage or spa, arrange your place for a romantic mood and ask her for a romantic dance.

Your significant other will surely appreciate a well-planned date for Valentine’s Day. It’s only once a year so make it happen.

Entry Credit: Ehow.com