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Topic: HELP!!! Graduation Party 4th July/Boston-theme: Location??  (Read 661 times)
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« on: April 09, 2009 10:18:59 AM »

Hey Craftsters!

My idea for my graduation party is to have a 4th July/Bostonian theme (I'm from Singapore and went to Boston in the summer for an immersion program-- i study early childhood education).

I was wondering what would be a suitable location to hold a graduation party for about 30+ people? (The house isn't an option  Sad ) Most of the venues that are available house larger parties (100 and above). Do you think that having a party at a restaurant is suitable? Are there any other locations that's fitting for 30+ people?

Please share your ideas, I've got a little over a month to settle the venue (party's in June)! I hope to hear from the ever-helpful crafters soon!! Thanks!


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« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2009 11:31:19 AM »

Restaurants are great venues for slightly smaller parties.  Often times, they'll have a dining room (or several) that's separated, to one degree or another, for just that.  Pick the restaurant according to the food (obviously) you want served.  Some may be willing to set it up buffet style, while some prefer to offer a limited menu of three or four items (often ones that have prior approval from the hostess--you!).  Another idea would be to contact hotels in your area, and see if they have a room that would be suitable.  If you attend church, those sometimes rent out fellowship halls, too.  Or, if you have a local park, you might consider an outdoor venue (make sure to contact the parks & recreation department regarding any permits/permissions you may need, and also to find out their regulations).

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