BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — They may not be the most fun people to date, but if you’re looking to learn how to place everything meticulously where it belongs, consider spending some time this weekend with the South Florida Chapter of the National Association Of Professional Organizers. The event — which we expect to be exactly where they say it will be and at the precise time — is set for IKEA Sunrise starting at 10a.
Read on for the specifics:
The South Florida chapter of the National Association of Professional Organizers® (NAPO) is joining with IKEA Sunrise to help the South Florida community clear their clutter, learn tips to better organize their home and/or office, and overall revolutionize their spaces!
WHAT: National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) South Florida presents “Clear Your Clutter” event
WHEN: Tomorrow, Saturday, October 18, 2014; Outdoor Shredding & Collections to take place 10:00am to 12:00pm; In-Store Organizing Expo to take place 1:00pm to 4:00pm. Organizing Workshops: 1pm – “Be a Goal Setter and a Goal Getter” with Angela Fredrich CPO®; 2pm – “How to Declutter Your Home in Two Weekends” with Laura Johnston; and 3pm – “Organized Apps: Technology in Your Busy Life” with Bonnie Edson.
WHERE: IKEA Sunrise, 151 NW 136th Avenue, Sunrise, FL, 33325
DETAILS: The NAPO South Florida “Clear Your Clutter” event will include the following activities:
Meet & Greet 20 South Florida professional organizers with expertise in financial, home, garage, move-in, technology, and closet organization
Expert tips and tricks courtesy of the organizers
Three FREE Organizing Workshops
Makeover/Gift Card giveaways and raffle prizes
From 10am to 12pm, The Salvation Army and Feeding South Florida will be on-site to accept donations of gently-used items and canned/dry goods; Iron Mountain will also be present and accepting up to five boxes of paper per car for shredding.
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