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Planners will find several spaces for events at the museum, including the Edgar N. Putman Event Pavilion - a 2,500-square foot all-glass structure connected to a 4,500- square foot outdoor courtyard space for ceremonies and receptions.


Accessible by indoor connection to the galleries and also via a separate garden entrance, it accommodates banquet seat- ing for 180 guests and theater-style seating for 200 people. The flexible space incorpo- rates indoor and outdoor concepts, as well as alternate accommodations in the event if inclement weather.


The Grand Entrance Hall is adjacent to museum galleries and is accessible to the Patricia D. Pfundt Sculpture Garden Terrace. It offers room for 150-plus guests for a cocktail reception with minimal seating.


The Patricia D. Pfundt Sculpture Garden Terrace is ideal for a sit-down, served


reception for 200 guests (no dancing); a sit- down, served reception (with dancing) for 160 people; and 200-plus individuals for a cocktail reception with minimal seating.


In addition, the Penn Color Board Room can accommodate up to 26 individuals for meetings and luncheons.


Museums and attractions such as these provide planners with environments and opportunities to present their attendees with something fresh, exciting and different from the norm.


Events can tap into the built-in themes to help energize their groups while generating buzz and creating events that will be both greatly enjoyed and long remembered.


Lenora Kruk-Mullanaphy has extensive public


relations experience in the hospitality industry, having worked with the Atlantic City Convention and


Visitors Authority and Morton's The Steakhouse. lmullanaphy@gmail.com


Trail of the Jaguar exhibit at Elmwood Park Zoo in Norristown, PA


on or off premise catering for your next event


James A. Michener Art Museum www.cbdevents.com


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