Scenarios for the anniversary of a man of 75 years

The anniver­sary of a 75-year-old man is a very impor­tant event that must be cel­e­brat­ed with fun and enthu­si­asm. Con­sid­er the most suc­cess­ful hol­i­day sce­nar­ios, the best con­tests and rec­om­men­da­tions for choos­ing the right option.

What to consider when choosing a scenario?

On the anniver­sary of 75 years, you should invite not only the clos­est peo­ple, but also oth­er friends and fam­i­ly mem­bers. It turns out that when choos­ing a sce­nario, the pos­si­ble pref­er­ences of all guests should be tak­en into account. First of all, of course, the tastes of the hero of the day are tak­en into account.

It will be nec­es­sary to make a deci­sion not only about the fes­tive pro­gram, menu, but also about the num­ber of guests. The more of them, the more dif­fi­cult it is to think over the sce­nario of the cel­e­bra­tion.

When choos­ing, you also need to focus on the place where you will spend it: at home, in a rent­ed room, in a cafe, in nature. There are com­pe­ti­tions that are eas­i­er to orga­nize at home or in some oth­er room, while oth­er sce­nar­ios are more suit­able for out­door cel­e­bra­tions.

So that those present at the event are not tired of the monot­o­ny, you should alter­nate beten intel­lec­tu­al, cre­ative and mobile enter­tain­ment.

If you are not sure that you can plan every­thing on your own, con­tact a pro­fes­sion­al host, but in many cas­es it is quite pos­si­ble to man­age with­out a toast­mas­ter, rely­ing only on your own strength.


You should choose a spe­cif­ic theme for the anniver­sary — this will make it much eas­i­er to think through var­i­ous details, dec­o­ra­tive design. Guests will be delight­ed with a hol­i­day based on a pop­u­lar movie or TV show, a par­ty in retro style. Of course, in some cas­es, you can con­sid­er more youth­ful options, such as a cos­tume ball. Here again, you need to build on the pref­er­ences of the hero of the day.

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To spend the anniver­sary at home (with the fam­i­ly) or in a cafe / restau­rant — it’s up to you to decide. If you do not want to bur­den your­self with prepar­ing a fes­tive table, dec­o­rat­ing a room, it is bet­ter to opt for a cafe. As an orga­niz­er, it only remains to decide who will be the host: a pro­fes­sion­al toast­mas­ter or one of the guests.

Hov­er, this option is more expen­sive. At home, it is also quite pos­si­ble to hold inter­est­ing and incen­di­ary con­tests.

Best Contests

The com­pe­ti­tions list­ed below will bring notes of fun and enthu­si­asm to the cel­e­bra­tion. They are ll suit­ed for both old­er peo­ple and young peo­ple.

“Catch a Butterfly”

The host gives two par­tic­i­pants large nets, in addi­tion, they are giv­en one bal­loon each. Par­tic­i­pants in the com­pe­ti­tion must try to catch each oth­er with huge nets, try­ing not to drop the bal­loons. This fun event will delight every­one present.

“Box on the nose”

Any num­ber of guests can take part in this com­pe­ti­tion. You need to take a match­box and try to put it on your nose very tight­ly. To get rid of this object, you will need to use many facial mus­cles.

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“Two Together”

The par­tic­i­pants in this com­pe­ti­tion are cou­ples. The hands of the guests par­tic­i­pat­ing in the com­pe­ti­tion are tied so that one limb is tied and the oth­er is free. Then they will need to com­plete some task.

This is a rather dif­fi­cult com­pe­ti­tion, but it is quite pos­si­ble to win it.


A stool or chair is placed in the cen­ter of the room. A play­er is placed next to each of its cor­ners. They should stand with their backs to a piece of fur­ni­ture, and hold spoons in their hands. On com­mand, the guests move a few steps away from the set chair, then they turn around to face him and wait. After the com­mand, the guests put the spoons on a piece of fur­ni­ture. The win­ner will be the one who does it first.

“Tongue Twisters”

Chairs are placed on two par­al­lel lines. The par­tic­i­pants sit on them, and after that the host qui­et­ly says a pat­ter to the first guest. The guest tells it to the per­son who is sit­ting next to him, and this con­tin­ues until every­one hears the tongue twister. The last par­tic­i­pant stands up and says it in a loud voice. The team that pro­nounces the tongue twister cor­rect­ly wins the com­pe­ti­tion.


Par­tic­i­pants are divid­ed into sev­er­al iden­ti­cal teams. Each of them will have a small fish tied to a string on their belt. In all teams, the fish dif­fer from each oth­er in shade. When the sig­nal sounds, the par­tic­i­pants begin to step on the fish from the oth­er team. If the last fish in the team is destroyed, it will be con­sid­ered the los­er.

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“Bowling Reverse”

Play­ers are not allod to knock down pins — this is what the name “Bowl­ing in reverse” means. The eyes of the par­tic­i­pants are tied with a hand­ker­chief. Skit­tles are placed along a cer­tain tra­jec­to­ry. Par­tic­i­pants take each oth­er’s hands, become a snake and pass so that the skit­tles remain in place. The win­ner of the com­pe­ti­tion will be the team that knocks down the fest pins.

“Drawing from words”

The host takes out an image and shows it to only one play­er. The rest should not see the pic­ture. The play­er who has exam­ined the image qui­et­ly tells the per­son who is sit­ting next to what he saw. The lis­ten­er talks about the draw­ing to the next par­tic­i­pant — and so on down the chain. The last play­er has to draw what they re told about, then every­one com­pares this image with the orig­i­nal.


All par­tic­i­pants sit in a cir­cle. One of them must think of a word and qui­et­ly say it to a neigh­bor (so that no one else hears). The neigh­bor comes up with an asso­ci­a­tion for this word and whis­pers it to the next par­tic­i­pant. This will con­tin­ue until it reach­es the first play­er. He loud­ly voic­es what he heard, and what was orig­i­nal­ly intend­ed.

As a result, the guests are try­ing to fig­ure out how such an asso­ci­a­tion could have come about.