• Event Snapshots: Museum of the American Revolution Opening

     
    FROM THE Spring 2017 ISSUE
     

    1. The first-floor Rotunda at the Museum of the American Revolution was decorated with floral arrangements by Petals Lane. 

    <p>1. The first-floor Rotunda at the Museum of the American Revolution was decorated with floral arrangements by Petals Lane.&nbsp;</p>
  • Event Snapshots: Museum of the American Revolution Opening

     
    FROM THE Spring 2017 ISSUE
     

    2. Tony Baiada, Baiada Photography, and Michael Quinn, president and CEO, Museum of the American Revolution. 

    <p>2. Tony Baiada, Baiada Photography, and Michael Quinn, president and CEO, Museum of the American Revolution.&nbsp;</p>
  • Event Snapshots: Museum of the American Revolution Opening

     
    FROM THE Spring 2017 ISSUE
     

    3. The French Alliance Station by Brûlée Catering. 

    <p>3. The French Alliance Station by Brûlée Catering.&nbsp;</p>
  • Event Snapshots: Museum of the American Revolution Opening

     
    FROM THE Spring 2017 ISSUE
     

    4. Cheese display by Brûlée Catering. 

    <p>4. Cheese display by Brûlée Catering.&nbsp;</p>
  • Event Snapshots: Museum of the American Revolution Opening

     
    FROM THE Spring 2017 ISSUE
     

    5. The Museum of the American Revolution’s exterior is just as stately as its interior. 

    <p>5. The Museum of the American Revolution’s exterior is just as stately as its interior.&nbsp;</p>
  • Event Snapshots: Museum of the American Revolution Opening

     
    FROM THE Spring 2017 ISSUE
     

    6. Rebecca Barger, photographer; Tina Lamsback, Lamsback Floral Decorators; and Dan Caplan, Arrangements Unlimited. 

    <p>6. Rebecca Barger, photographer; Tina Lamsback, Lamsback Floral Decorators; and Dan Caplan, Arrangements Unlimited.&nbsp;</p>
  • Event Snapshots: Museum of the American Revolution Opening

     
    FROM THE Spring 2017 ISSUE
     

    7. Guests mingling in the Rotunda. 

    <p>7. Guests mingling in the Rotunda.&nbsp;</p>
  • Event Snapshots: Museum of the American Revolution Opening

     
    FROM THE Spring 2017 ISSUE
     

    8. The Rotunda’s sweeping staircase, leading to copper chairs supplied by Maggpie Vintage Furniture Rentals and tabletops decorated with flowers by Petals Lane. 

    <p>8. The Rotunda’s sweeping staircase, leading to copper chairs supplied by Maggpie Vintage Furniture Rentals and tabletops decorated with flowers by Petals Lane.&nbsp;</p>
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    FROM THE Spring 2017 ISSUE
     

    9. Sarah Mainhart, CORT; Julie Green, Etouches; Irene Silver, Party Rental LLC; and Phyllis Jablonowski, Eventricity. 

    <p>9. Sarah Mainhart, CORT; Julie Green, Etouches; Irene Silver, Party Rental LLC; and Phyllis Jablonowski, Eventricity.&nbsp;</p>

A sneak peek of the venue spaces at the Museum of the American Revolution, which will open on April 19, was celebrated on Jan. 19 in Philadelphia. The invite-only event was held for industry insiders to showcase the new museum’s offerings for events and meetings, which includes four main event spaces: Rotunda, Patriots Gallery, Liberty Hall and Founder’s Board Room. 

This creation is one of the distillery’s most requested drinks and perfectly refreshing in the summertime.

INGREDIENTS:
— 1.5 oz. Bluecoat American Dry Gin
— .25 oz. Dolin Dry Vermouth
— .5 oz. fresh lemon juice
— .75 oz. Penn’s Woods Syrup*

*Combine 40g fresh dill, 20g fresh basil and 10g dried coriander into one quart of simple syrup. Blend mixture, strain, and store in an airtight container and refrigerate.

 

PCMA’s flagship event, Convening Leaders, brought industry professionals from 36 countries to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on Jan. 6-9 at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. “We built this conference around the theme Disrupt + Deliver because that’s what the industry needs and wants,’’ says PCMA President and CEO Sherriff Karamat. “We leave here with a greater commitment and better understanding of how business events can and must drive economic and social progress.’’

 

These properties are contemporary, quirky and rich in local flavor.