We are event specialists!
We have a list of trained servers and bartenders available to work for our clients across Nova Scotia and PEI. Our client-base consists of caterers, event planners, hotels, and conference centres. We also help staff private events and weddings - if you're thinking of hosting an event in your home or office, we'll help you make it an easy and memorable occasion. This specialized service gives you peace of mind that your events will run smoothly and without the headache of staff management. The stress of hiring and training reliable employees for casual work is eliminated when booking our services.
We also offer event management services. If you need help on the day of your wedding, we can be there to be your day of coordinator. We can also help you manage your own staff. Other services include food & beverage consultation and staff training. We're able to provide high-quality in-house training at your facilities to your hosts, servers, and bartenders.
Any help you need with events - Pineapple Eventworks is here for you.
We partnered with Pineapple Eventworks for the Tuna Tableau Fall Flavours event at Basin Head and it was a great success. It was great to have Tina and her staff manage the entire service aspect of the event for us and took a lot of pressure off so that we could focus on other areas. I will definitely use Pineapple Eventworks again!
Kent Hudson, Hudson Events / Hudson Group.
The pineapple is believed to have been introduced into Europe by Christopher Columbus. Columbus and his crew discovered the pineapple on their second voyage to the Caribbean. It symbolized hospitality to the Caribbean people and soon after it was adopted by Spaniards. Spanish explorers soon realized that if a pineapple was placed at the entrance to a village then it was a sign that they would be welcomed. This symbol spread to Europe and colonial North America. Families would often set fresh pineapple in the centre of the table when visitors were expected. The fruit would then be used in the dessert which followed the meal. The tradition of the pineapple as a sign of hospitality has now become universal!