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Captain Charles Leonard House is a well know landmark of Agawam Massachusetts. The two-floor, white edifice was built as a tavern in 1805 by Charles Leonard. In 1975, the Leonard House was added to the National Register of Historic Places. The Captain Charles Leonard House is available for hosting meetings, conferences, weddings and other events.
The Simsbury Performing Arts Center has a long line-up of cultural events that place, and the events keep changing regularly to keep things fresh and exciting. It is a nice spot to catch some of the popular music festivals along with experiencing other events in the acoustic setting. The center is a fun place to enjoy many quality productions. Providing ample parking and adjacent to acres of open land, the performing arts center is a worthwhile visit.
Chase Family Arena is known for hosting many basketball tournaments, championships and other regular fixtures. This multi-purpose arena opened in 1990 and is home to the Hartford Hawks basketball teams. The arena is well facilitated with comfortable seats, locker rooms and so on. The stadium has a seating capacity of around 4,000. Call ahead for ticketing information and other details.
Audio Media Solutions is more than just a recording studio. AMS provides high quality service, equipment, and music entertainment as well as recording and sound engineering and event booking and production. The studio is a 80 by 20-foot (25 by 6-meter) room with 16-foot (five-meter) ceilings in a 200-year-old textile mill. AMS's in-house DJs are owner and founder Mike Tierney and Erin (DJ Party Girl).
This arena provides an indoor and outdoor facility with retractable walls, and it is the best place to see a live concert in Connecticut. The Dave Matthews Band has graced the stage every year along with the Virginia quintet for one of the summer's most unforgettable performances. This is an ideal place for all you beer lovers, since beer is served in great quantity.
This historical courthouse that serves as a city hall, an auditorium and a government office is the Eno Memorial Hall. Renowned as a local landmark, the rooms in this hall is reserved as classes and various other events. There are several events conducted here very often that grabs the locals and tourists to enjoy the event.
More than just the location for the New England State Fair (known as The Big E), the Eastern States Exposition Fairgrounds play host to numerous events throughout the year. Whether you are interested in model trains, livestock, outdoor sporting or home living, you can find an expo or conference for you on the property. Also on the fairgrounds is Storrowtown Village Museum, a re-creation of a 19th-century New England village.
Built in 1839, the Simsbury Townhouse was the city townhouse for almost a century. Commonly called Boy Scout Hall, this Greek Revival landmark is rented out to local organizations for private events. With maxing standing capacity of 177, it is the venue for several fitness classes and community events.
The Bing Arts Center is a community performance art center that has live performances, shows great firms, displays artwork in three galleries, and even hosts arts classes. Originally built as a Kossaboom’s Service Station the building what redone and became a movie theater in 1950 but was shut down in 1999. Afterwards, the building was remodeled and reopened, creating a cultural hub in Forest Park.
This new stadium, with a capacity of 40,000 people, is run by Madison Square Garden, and is the homeground of the University of Connecticut's Huskies. Chill out with your pals at a live music or dance concert. Watch your sports heroes in their trials and triumphs, in the company of your friends and family. Strike a deal with your partners or attend a conference with your business associates. Whether it's work or leisure, you can be sure that this is the right place to go to.
Symphony Hall and CityStage provide a nice venue for a wide range of performances. The theater seats 2611 people and has great acoustics. The theater originally opened in 1912, but has been recently renovated. From Broadway productions to theater for children, Symphony Hall will have a performance that everyone will love.
The Mass Mutual Center is a 6,679-seat multi-purpose arena in Springfield. It opened in 1972 and was the largest arenas in the region. It was owned and operated by the city for eighteen years. It provides an exhibition hall, ballroom and meeting rooms. Fairs, meetings, conferences, exhibitions and various events are scheduled here throughout the year.