What’s Going On? Find out with Eventful!

eventfulEver feel like you are out of the loop? Wish you were more in tune with what was happening in your community? Struggling to figure out what to do on your summer vacation? Check out Eventful. This site is a repository for coming events all across the country. You can search eventful by location (Dayton), venue (Fraze), event type (Concert), or virtually anything else (artist name, book name, store name, professional fields, religious affiliation, etc…)

Trying to generate awareness of an upcoming event? Enter it into Eventful by simply creating an account. It is totally free and it takes about 10 seconds to do. All they require you to provide is a user name, email address, and password. Enter that info and you are up and running. This is a great tool for small business owners, volunteer organizations, sports leagues, or anyone trying to generate publicity for an event.

You can also create specific searches and then subscribe to the RSS feed for your search. Doing this will keep you posted as new events that fall within your search terms are added to the site. In addition, if you find something you would like to attend, it only takes a few simple clicks to put the event right onto your Google (or outlook, yahoo, ical) calendar. I just discovered this site today, and have created an account, subscribed to a feed, and placed Eventful squarely rooted in my bookmarked sites. A great resource for finding something to do near your home or far away.

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