You want to throw your teenager the best graduation party ever, but the idea of having it at your house is far from appealing. There will be a big mess to clean up afterward, and your head will probably be pounding by the time it’s over. Instead of having your child’s graduation party at home, consider renting one of these Venice event halls. This way, you can leave when the party is over and go back to a quiet (and clean) home.
Venice Community Center
The Venice Community Center is the perfect spot if you plan to throw a huge bash for your teen. The facility has a 10,000-square foot ballroom that accommodates up to 1,000 guests. (Think of all the presents your teen could receive if you invited that many guests). Having such a big party might seem overwhelming, but it’s easy when you choose this venue. The staff handles the planning for you, so just let them know what you want, and they will get to work. Then, you can show up the day of the party and have some fun!
Ramada Venice Hotel Venezia
You can also have a fun-filled party at the Ramada Venice Hotel Venezia. This hotel has 10,500 square feet of event space and can accommodate up to 850 guests for a banquet. The team can help you organize the event, and your out-of-town guests can stay at the hotel. It’s a win-win!
Venice United Church of Christ
The Venice United Church of Christ also has event space available. The 4,500-square foot main hall accommodates up to 400 guests, while the sanctuary can hold up to 300 people. The church also has a conference room and parlor available for small gatherings. You need to get approval beforehand to use the sanctuary or parlor, so get started now if you’re interested in utilizing this space.
Now that you have an idea of where you want to throw your child’s graduation party, you need to move on to the next item on your list. It’s time to think about the gift. Venice Honda in Venice, Florida, has just what you need for a gift. Browse through vehicles that are loaded with safety features so your child will be safe and secure on the roads.