Posts Categorized: Venues

Rebel Wanderer: Chicago Part 2

We’ve had the pleasure of spending the last few days at PCMA’s Convening Leaders in Chicago. Last week we gave you a sneak peek at the venues that were hosting us in the windy city. This week we’re sharing our experiences. Museum of Science and Industry The largest science museum in the Western Hemisphere played host to PCMA’s Opening Night event. The event was split up into different areas showcasing Chicago neighborhoods with entertainment and food. There were stilt walkers, bands, Chinese dragon dancers, latin dancers, and more! The venue was simply transformed by the decor and lighting. What made this... Read more »

Rebel Wanderer: Chicago Part 1

In honor of our upcoming trip to PCMA’s Convening Leaders in Chicago, we thought we’d take this opportunity to highlight some of awesome things we’re looking forward to experiencing in the windy city. Museum of Science and Industry The largest science museum in the Western Hemisphere is playing host to PCMA’s Opening Night event. Housed in the former Palace of Fine Arts from the 1983 World’s Columbian Exposition, the museum opened its doors in 1933. The museum is home to more than 35,000 artifacts and 400,000 square feet of hands-on exhibits designed to spark scientific inquiry and creativity. I’m particularly... Read more »

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Destination Review: Hotel George, Washington D.C.

In easy walking range of Union Station on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., the Hotel George is the perfect stop for individuals or small groups who are working in the area or wish to be close to many of D.C.’s finest destinations, including the National Mall and Chinatown. As a boutique hotel, the George focuses on creating a unique experience for their guests. In this case, the “George” is our first President and his visage permeates the venue. Modern paintings of him, Martha and other things Washingtonian provide a consistent theme to the establishment. The charming ambience is coupled with... Read more »