Abington Art Center Names Brooke Harris as Private Events Manager

Top Quote In her new role, Brooke Harris will manager weddings, business events, and private parties held in Abington Art Center's historic home, Alverthorpe Manor. End Quote
  • Philadelphia, PA-NJ (1888PressRelease) June 07, 2012 - Abington Art Center announces that Brooke Harris of Cheltenham, PA has been named the new Private Events Manager. In her new role, Harris' responsibilities will include marketing, booking, and overseeing weddings, business events, and other private parties held at Abington Art Center.

    Harris is a graduate of Arcadia University and holds a B.A. in Communication with a concentration in event planning, marketing, and public relations. Previously Harris was employed by the 42-acre Elkins Estate as an Event Associate and Social Media Manager. She has also served as an events assistant for multiple highly regarded event corporations, planners, and venues in the Montgomery County area.

    Abington Art Center unites the beautiful grounds of its home, Alverthorpe Manor, with works of contemporary art to create a remarkable place for private events. Over 500 events have been held in the center's 2,500 square foot open-air pavilion overlooking a nationally renowned sculpture park. In 2011, the center introduced two new venues available for private events including a restored 1836 Quaker meetinghouse for small groups and The Susquehanna Bank Stage within the sculpture park, available for interested theater groups, bands, and musicians.

    For more information on private events at Abington Art Center, contact Brooke Harris at 215-887-4882 x216 or at bharris ( @ ) abingtonartcenter dot org dot For event tips and photos, follow Brooke on facebook and twitter at facebook dot com/AACEvents and ( @ ) AACEvents dot

    About Abington Art Center:
    Abington Art Center (515 Meetinghouse Road, Jenkintown PA 19046) is a nonprofit cultural center in suburban Philadelphia. AAC is dedicated to providing opportunities for its many audiences to experience, appreciate and participate in the arts at whatever level they choose. AAC engages visitors, artists and students with its sculpture park and gallery exhibitions of today's artists, studio art classes, and public programs. The Center, located in Jenkintown at the intersection of Meetinghouse and Jenkintown Roads, receives exhibition support from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. For more information visit abingtonartcenter.org.

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