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Events in November 2010

Nalynn Dolan Caine |
November is the month of great shows. Harrogate will welcome DIY masters, jewellery lovers will gather in Abu Dhabi, brides and grooms will travel to Berlin, and smoking tires will set LA on fire.

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Harrogate, United Kingdom
November 5 - 7, 2010

Do you love do-it-yourself works? Or maybe you are dreaming of building your own home? If one of the answers on those questions is "yes" then Homebuilding And Renovating Show 2010 is the event for you. The exhibition will be held on November 5th to 7th at Harrogate international centre and there's no doubt that there you will find everything you need: from the simplest advices to master classes for those with many miles under their feet. Experts from many fields, from architecture and design to energy and building to restoration and planning will be there waiting for you.

Harrogate show is so interesting because it offers all the products and services for self build and home improvement you will ever need. So, instead of reading magazines and going around shops come to Harrogate and browse the show floors. There will be 200 exhibitors with the newest products, free in depth seminars, free advices from masters... You will find answers to literally any question you may have. And don't worry if you are beginner, from bulb changing to eco-home building, you can learn it all in Harrogate.

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
November 10 - 14, 2010

If you are more into diamonds the DIY then Abu Dhabi is your destination. International Jewellery and Watch Show Abu Dhabi (JWS 2010) is an exclusive and high-end jewellery and watch event. Through its showcase of the world’s leading brands in the world’s richest city, Abu Dhabi, the capital of United Arab Emirates, the event attracts elite retailers and distributors. The 18th edition of JWS Abu Dhabi will be held at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre and from November 10th to 14th that will be the centre of the universe for all jewellery aficionados.

This is the 18th edition of JWS Abu Dhabi with 100 exhibitors from all around the world. The last year's show attracted more than 8,000 high profile visitors, from private collectors to royal families, and there's no doubt that this year will break all records. GIA, the world's biggest authority on diamonds, will held a series of seminars at the show. Those informative seminars provide something for everyone, whether you are a professional retailer or an enthusiast who wants to know more before making a purchase. And you will buy something, right?

Berlin, Germany
November 13 - 14, 2010

Now when you have the ring, take your lady with you and head to Germany. The wedding world will be at Hochzeitswelt Berlin Fair in Messe Berlin from November 13th to 14th. Everything you need for a romantic - or spectacular - wedding you will find there: from diamond sets and bridal jewelry to dresses and cars. Yes, cars! From Rolls Royce to Hummer, beautifully decorated, waiting just for you two. Around 200 exhibitors on 10,000 square metres in three exhibition halls make this fair the largest event of its kind in Germany.

If you have clear idea about your wedding or you have no idea at all, never mind: in any case you will find what are you looking for in Berlin this November. But it's not just about shopping. If you dare you can enter competition in such challenging disciplines such as bridal bouquet-throwing competition, log sawing competitions, and partner knowledge. All participating couples will receive prizes and te very best will score the Grand Prize: dress and suit for the winning pair. Fun and love and prizes, what can be more exciting?

Los Angeles, USA
November 19 - 28, 2010

The Los Angeles Auto Show was born back in 1907. The event that started with 99 vehicles turned to one of the most important auto show in the USA and in the world. This year Los Angeles Convention Center, from November 19th to 28th, will see some of the greatest automobiles in the world and many World and North American Debuts. The big three, General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler, will be there to show that they are stronger than ever, and many small companies will try to challenge them with new and exciting models.

One of the most interesting events is the annual Design Challenge competition. This global event, with competitors from USA to Japan, will show what we will be driving in a distant future. Each vehicle concept must weigh no more than 450 kilograms, have four seats, be efficient, built from sustainable materials, have exotic designs... You got the picture. Some of designs looks very promising and others... well, not to promising. In any, no matter which car you love, a traditional models or futuristic vehicles, LA Auto Show will have something for you.

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