White Hall Indiana Events
Join us as we learn about our adventures at the Waterpark and use the beautiful courtyard for our next event! Treats is located at SpringHill Suites at Indianapolis Airport in Plainfield, and we use it as a great location for all of our events.
Schrott is proud to host this intimate luncheon event at the White Hall Hotel in Plainfield, Indiana, on Saturday, April 16, 2017 from 11: 30 a.m. to 1: 00 p.m.
The 250 Downtown Wedding Banquet Hall, located in the historic Butcher Building in downtown Indianapolis. The Eiteljorg Museum will open on Saturday, April 16, 2017 from 11: 30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the White Hall Hotel in Plainfield, Indiana. Located on the second floor of the George Lucas Convention Center in downtown Indianapolis, the Cabaret is the perfect place to celebrate, create and collaborate. Taverns of South is a casual but elegant restaurant and bar on South Main Street, just blocks from Indiana State Fairgrounds.
The Indianapolis City Market is on the National Register of Historic Places and offers guided tours of the Roman Underground Catacombs. Downtown opened in 1886 and houses some of Indianapolis' most popular restaurants.
Located in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, the pavilion is a new venue that serves as a meeting space for many users to meet with local business owners, business leaders and other stakeholders. Union 525 Building at Launch Indy has 4 rooms where events can be held and events can be held. Downtown is a world-class technology venue located just blocks from the University of Indianapolis and the Indianapolis Convention and Visitor Office. This former movie palace is now home to the Indiana State Museum of Natural History and a museum of art and history, as well as an art gallery and museum in the heart of the Monument Circle downtown.
The Indiana State Library has a variety of rooms for weddings, receptions, meetings and events. The Indiana Roof Ballroom is a full-service building that provides a complete wedding and reception venue as well as business meeting space. Located just two blocks from the Indiana Convention Center, this gastronomic and fun mecca features a wide variety of restaurants, bars, nightclubs, entertainment and more.
Downtown VisionLoft is a creative meeting and event space designed specifically to invite new thinking and even celebration. Vogue opened as a cinema in 1938 and was converted into a nightclub in 1977. Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg also dined with donors at the winery after a Sunday fundraiser hosted by his campaign, the Associated Press news agency reported. The fundraiser was an opportunity for the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, who has made it to the top tier of candidates to meet with well-heeled donors and give his more liberal rivals a taste of his life's work.
The issue of White House expansion has always interested the president and his building commissioners, culminating in a Theodore Roosevelt restoration in 1902 that transformed the house into modern living. Lincoln first ran for the Senate in 1855, also unsuccessfully running for that seat, and after the ruins of the Whig Party of 1856 he joined the new Republican Party, which largely formed against slavery and the expansion of territory. Lincoln ran again in the general election against Douglas, who represented the Democrats in the North. Southern Democrats nominated John C. Breckenridge of Kentucky, while John Bell ran in the brand new Constitutional Union Party.
While Breckenridge and Bell split the votes in the South, Lincoln won most of the North and carried the Electoral College, winning the White House. Lincoln made an even more prominent appearance after delivering a rousing speech at Coopers Union in New York City.
He made a short speech of just 272 words and was carried from the boarding house across the street to the theater. He never regained consciousness and died of a heart attack on 3 May 1861 at the age of 44, just a few days after his last speech. The train with its coffin left Washington, D.C. on April 30, 1865 en route to Springfield, Illinois, where it was to be buried on May 4.
After leaving office as a widower, Harrison returned to Indianapolis and eventually married his first wife, Mary Jane Harrison, a former secretary of state. Lincoln met the Well-to-Do Kentucky belle who had met many suitors, including his father-in-law, President John Quincy Adams, and married her in 1842.
Dunham, who was born in Texas, moved to Los Angeles after graduating from Baylor University and became a sensation as an actress and dancer. She moved from New York City to Hollywood and then to Chicago.
Lincoln moved to Macon County in southern Illinois in 1830 and worked on a river ship carrying cargo down the Mississippi River to New Orleans. The unit guarded the Kentucky railroad and saw significant action, but after the Battle of Gettysburg in Pennsylvania the tide of war had finally turned and a victory for the union was near. Lincoln gave a speech on the White House lawn on April 11, urging his audience to take the Southern states back into their fold.