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The Monroe Parlor and Dining Room
On the first floor of the house, the Monroe Parlor is an ideal location for a continental breakfast, an informal meeting, or an evening reception. Together, the Monroe Parlor and Dining Room can accommodate a seated meal for 50 or more.


The Monroe Gallery
Featuring outstanding displays of contemporary art, the Monroe Gallery offers a stage with full audio-visual support for live, video, Powerpoint, and Web presentations, as well as musical or dramatic performances. The gallery seats 120 guests theatre-style, or comfortably accommodates several tables for a seated meal.

The Salon and Rear Parlor
The second-floor Salon stratched the full width of the Monroe House, and includes a Steinway grand Piano and multiple seating areas. Here you can host an intimate musical performance, or combine the Salon and Rear Parlor for a larger reception.

The MacFeely Gallery
Stained-glass windows and outstanding art make this delightful second-floor gallery a welcoming and intimate space. A front room can be closed off as a bride’s dressing area.

The Arts Club’s Garden

The large garden is both paved and planted, and can be tented for parties that seat up to 150. All event guests at the Arts Club are welcome to enjoy the garden, as well as all open galleries.

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