Getting Started

cropped-PeaceWeek_logo2.jpgStart planning your Peace Week Delaware event

If you want to host a Peace Week Delaware event but don’t know what kind:

If you have an idea but need help with event planning:

Event Manager Blog [http://www.eventmanagerblog.com/]
Wild Apricot [http://www.wildapricot.com/articles/eg-how-to-plan-an-event]
Small Biz Trends [http://smallbiztrends.com/2013/06/small-business-event-planning-tips.html]
For Outdoor Events [https://www.eventstant.com/16-tips-plan-successful-outdoor-event/]

If you have an idea for an event, but don’t know where to hold it, here are a few venues that may be free:

  • Public libraries
  • Schools
  • Parks
  • Churches and places of worship

Note: If you are part of a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, don’t forget to mention that when looking for venues. The venue may offer non-profit discounts.

If you are looking for support from other people developing Peace Week Delaware events:

Event Criteria

To be registered as an official Peace Week Delaware event, your event will meet our Event Criteria. Please consult these simple guidelines before planning or registering an event.

Register Your Event

Scheduling consideration: Peace Week is planning a kick-off event at 4:00 pm on September 21.  We will not approve events that start between 4:00 and 6:00 on that day. Thank you for your cooperation.

 Events entered after July 1 will not be part of our printed program. 

New this year:
In order to keep printing costs affordable, we will enforce a 300 character upper limit on event descriptions.  We have a Review Committee that will work with event organizers to achieve this goal.  Web users will be encouraged to go to your website to get additional information.

Go to our event registration page to register your event.

Nine Days, Three Counties, One Delaware — Sept. 21–29, 2019