Dallas: Resistance Is Feudal

Each year, there is always that person who is hard to buy a gift. I have found that buying an experience is great for anyone versus something they won’t remember next year. My family just experienced Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament for the first time. I’d highly recommend it for children 5 years and older and for those who aren’t too “proper.” ūüėČ

Medieval Times has recently offered a NEW show that has taken 2 years to make with many new elements and keeps some traditions. The live show will features two-and four-legged performers with a utensil-free meal serviced in a castle-inspired arena.

The new live production presents live jousting, swordplay, horsemanship and falconry. You are encouraged to cheer for one of six ‚ÄúKnights of the Realm‚ÄĚ named after historic regions of medieval Spain. With authentic weaponry and enhanced armor, the new production presents non-stop action tied to the tempo of the music. There‚Äôs a general theme of ‚Äúgood versus evil‚ÄĚ throughout the show.

Guests will even enjoy an upgraded menu for the utensil free meal during the new show.  The menu includes:

Tomato Bisque
Focaccia Bread with Olive Oil and Seasoning
Oven Roasted Chicken
Larger BBQ Spare Rib
Herb-Basted Potato Split into Two Quarters
Spiced Carrot
Braided Apple Strudel
Larger Beverage Servings and Coffee 

Guests can purchase tickets at the door or online at www.medievaltimes.com.

Please comment below on why you have or have not been to a dinner show. You can also add your comment on twitter by replying to @realposhmom and @medievaltimes. 

This post was sponsored by Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament. While I received admission to show, my opinions are 100% my own.

FCA Coaches Appreciation & Leadership Dinner

Come enjoy the third annual Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Coaches Appreciation and Leadership Dinner on Monday, November 14 from 6:30 PM Р9 PM at Prestonwood Church in Plano. It will feature speaker Jon Kitna and musical guest Brent Lamb.


Kitna is known for being outspoken about his faith. He has said that “When you don‚Äôt have a lot of success, as a Christian you really start to learn God‚Äôs character and how much He really loves you. And then you become grounded and rooted. Then when we have the success that I think God is bringing our way, we already have a solid foundation.‚ÄĚ

This evening was created as a way to say thank all coaches in the Dallas area who volunteer valuable time to partner with FCA through our huddle ministry and various student-oriented events throughout the year. Awards will be presented to honor coaches in the community who have shown outstanding service and leadership.

Tickets are currently available UNTIL this Wednesday, November 9, for purchase here, beginning at $125 for an individual or $1,000 for a table of 8. All proceeds from this event will be supporting the ministry of the Greater Dallas FCA as well as helping thank the wonderful coaches and their spouses.

An Evening With Carmen Marc Valvo

Come enjoy A Red Carpet Moment with Carmen Marc Valvo¬†on Thursday, October 20, 6 PM at Arlington Hall at¬†Lee Park. It will feature the New York Designer to the Stars in a conversation about his new best-selling book, Dressed to Perfection: The Art of Dressing for Your Red Carpet Moments, along with delicious hors d’oeuvres and informal modeling.


Tickets may be purchased on line at¬†www.leeparkconservancy.org¬†or by calling¬†214-521-2003, beginning at $75 for a patron ticket, or $125 for a red carpet ticket which includes complementary copy of¬†Dressed to Perfection: The Art of Dressing for Your Red Carpet Moments, a private reception with Carmen,¬†eligible for a complimentary drawing for a fabulous Susan Posnick gift basket and¬†preferred seating for Carmen Marc Volvo’s presentation. Whether its his expert manipulation of folds of silk chiffon for an inspired Grecian draped gown or the sparkles that pop from a fabulous minidress, Carmen Marc Valvo has become the trusted¬†designer¬†among women who want to look and feel beautiful.¬†All proceeds from this event will go to¬†Lee Park & Arlington Hall Conservatory. This organization is¬†dedicated to¬†renovating and conserving the historic site of Lee Park and Arlington Hall.


**Carmen is donating a gown and personal fitting as part of this fundraiser. Raffle tickets are only $25 each or a package of 5 for $100.  They may be ordered online at www.leeparkconservancy.org as well.**


What a great way to enjoy fashion & beautifying our community!

Neiman’s Celebrates Fashion’s Night Out

A full night of fun is in store when Neiman Marcus at The Shops at Willow Bend celebrates Fashion’s Night Out. The store has partnered with Lone Star Ride Fighting AIDS.

‚ÄúFashion‚Äôs Night Out is where the in crowd, hot trends and cool things happen! Join the fun, the frenzy and the fabulous for its third year,‚ÄĚ said Ken Downing, senior vice president and fashion director at Neiman Marcus.

The night includes a top-ten trends runway presentation at 6:30 p.m. on Level Two. I’ll be co-hosting with Allison Edwards of Where Wear in the City the yoga-wear fashion presentation at 8 p.m. Strike a pose in the photo booth. Meet MasterChef winner and Author Whitney Miller. (Read¬†Modern Hospitality to learn more about her.) Beats, sweets and drinks can be found throughout the entire store.

Afterwards, head to in-store restaurant on the Level Three where you can find the “Red Room” Lounge. Inside, discover specialty drinks and hors d‚Äôoeuvres, music by DJ Jonathan Ackerman. The cost to enter is just¬†$50 per person, and all proceeds benefit Lone Star Ride Fighting AIDS.

Simply Summer…Fashionably Fall

Come enjoy “Simply Summer…Fashionably Fall”¬†on Wednesday, August 24, 7 PM – 10 PM at¬†Neiman Marcus NorthPark. It will feature an informal Lafayette 148 New York fashion show, along with delicious bites from NM Cafe and music spun by DJ Jennifer Miller and Paul Parades.¬†

Tickets are currently available for purchase¬†here, beginning at $125 for an individual, or $200 for a patron ticket which includes a reception at 6 PM with New York designer Edward Wilkerson. ¬†He is known as an “artist who lives and breathes his work. His classic designs have mesmerized those who have¬†worn¬†a piece of his¬†clothing.”¬†All proceeds from this event will go to¬†Turtle Creek Recovery Center. This 43-year-old agency dedicated to providing clients wit sufficient care so that they may¬†return¬†to the community with psychiatric stability, sobriety, employment and¬†permanent¬†housing.¬†


What a great way to enjoy fashion & help the men and women of our community!