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The Ghost Army Event – Save the Dates 6/3 & 6/4

April 13th, 2017

Mark your calendars for June 3rd from 6-9PM and June 4th from 2-5PM as we honor the The Ghost Army at McCoole’s Arts & Events Place. We will have a book signing for the New York Times best seller the Ghost Army of WWII, amazing speakers such as Rick Beyer, Elizabeth Sayles & Lynn Kennedy, Q&A with WWII Vets Bernie Mason and John Jarvie, and the viewing of the PBS documentary. All proceeds will benefit Ghost Army Legacy Project! Purchase your tickets HERE.

McCoole’s Beer Fest 2017 Home Brew Competition

April 13th, 2017

McCoole’s Beer Fest is proud to bring back our Home Brew Competition as part of McCoole’s Beer Fest!

Bring your 3 entries, labeled according to the rules, to a dropoff point before April 21, 2017 to be considered for judging at McCoole’s Beer Fest! All details include here: http://mccoolesbeerfest.com/home-brew-competition/

McCoole’s Beer Fest Tickets on Sale!

April 13th, 2017

Mark your calendars for McCoole’s Beerfest on 4/29/2017! We are excited to bring you another amazing year full of unique beers, a wine and spirits garden, great food, and so much more. We have a great line-up of entertainment with Philadelphia Funk Authority, InTransit, KAOS, and Time Machine! Tickets on sale at: http://mccoolesbeerfest.com/

A portion of the proceeds goes to Tails of Valor, Paws of Honor, Inc. and Main Street Arts & Events, a nonprofit organization created to support the youth furthering their education in the arts.  Find Tails of Valor, Paws of Honor on Facebook »

Midnight Messenger Speakeasy – Tickets on Sale Now!

April 13th, 2017

Join us Sunday, May 7th from 4-8 pm for the Midnight Messenger Speakeasy!

Featuring entertainment by Michael Arenella and the Dreamland Orchestra

$45 per person – Ticket includes drink ticket, social dancing & specialty menu

Performance by the Magnolia Sadies

Vintage Attire is encouraged!

Proceeds will benefit Main Street Arts & Events, a nonprofit organization created to support the youth furthering their education in the arts.   

For tickets: CLICK HERE

Join Us for A Celestial Wedding Showcase!

January 5th, 2017

Friday, January 13 from 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM, join us at McCoole’s Arts & Events Place for a special bridal event! Join us and reserve the perfect entertainer for your wedding.

Eclectic Entertainment presents award-winning DJs & MCs plus live entertainment. Don’t leave without having a little fun in our interactive Photo Booth.

As a bonus, you will have the opportunity to meet our preferred professionals: Wedding Planner, Florist, Photographer, Videographer, Travel Agent and more…

Enjoy complimentary hors d’oeuvres and drinks while you tour our featured venue: McCoole’s Arts & Events Place. Special Appearance by Quakertown’s top bridal shop: All Things Bridal Store.

Hundreds of dollars in savings PLUS a chance to win a customized wedding package (DJ, Uplighting, Photo Booth) at NO COST!!!

Register Today »

Congratulations to our Big Fish Nominees!

December 14th, 2016

Star of the Day Productions recently performed “Big Fish the Musical” in the theater at McCoole’s Arts & Events place. They have received BroadwayWorld Philadelphia Award Nominations for Big Fish in the following categories:

  • Best Musical
  • Best Ensemble
  • Best Actress
  • Best Actor
  • Best Director

Congratulations to all our Nominees! You can help them win by voting at broadwayworld.com/philadelphia/

McCoole’s Events Place Hosts Benefit for Local Musician Matt Roman

November 2nd, 2016

November 11, 2014 – Over 350 devoted followers of musician and teacher, Matt Roman, rocked the day away to the tunes of 10 different acts at McCoole’s Events Place on Sunday, October 12, 2014. Proceeds from this event were earmarked to help defray the costs of treatment and medications for Roman who suffers from liver disease. Over $5,500 was raised for the cause according to Roman, who was able to secure the theater at McCoole’s Events Place at no cost from owner, Jan Hench.

“Having such an event at McCoole’s is why we need to support local theater,” remarks Hench. The talent at this benefit was amazing and all those who came really enjoyed the music and dancers.”

Appearing at the event were international recording artists’ Bobby Messano and Bobby Radcliff, as well as local favorites Mike Dugan, Chicago Joe Mac, Gary Rissmiller’s Co-Op Bop, Arnie Englund’s Blues Roots, UBACE Kids Rock, Mad Dog & BNO alumni and Glue Factory.

Roman, a native of Perkasie, has been teaching guitar, bass and stage presentation to beginners through professionals since 2001. He is also a full-time musician under the moniker “Roman,” appearing at local and New York venues and touring the US and Europe. He studied under jazz giant Pat Martino, played bass for blues legend Bobby Radcliff, and performed on stage with John Popper (Blues Traveler,) Charles Fambrough (Jazz Messengers,) and Bobby Messano (Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood) and others. He has opened for countless punk, rock, and blues artists.

“McCoole’s offered the perfect venue for this event,” notes Roman. “As a result of Jan Hench’s experienced care, handling and promotion of the R4R Benefit, we were able to raise the money we did, entertain hundreds of people with 10 different acts, all in one day!”

 

Roman BandRoman’s band Glue Factory featuring L-R: Randy Graser-bass, Matt   Roman-guitar, John Pawlikowski,- Vocals

View more photos of the evening

 

McCoole’s Arts & Events Place Opens The Gallery

December 27th, 2014

New Upstairs Venue Expansion

Quakertown, PA – McCoole’s Arts & Events Place officially opened The Gallery, a new upstairs catering and event venue, on December 6. Making use of empty space on the same floor as the building’s black box theatre, this new room accommodates a sit down dinner for 40 – 45 people, or 100 people for a cocktail party or mixer. The Gallery will be served by the same in-house kitchen as the other two venues and has its own bar.

“We saw a need in the community for more entertaining venues and the space was already there,” according to Jan Hench, owner of McCoole’s Arts & Events Place. “We realized opening The Gallery would help meet the demand.” The Gallery gets its name from its appearance; with large windows that flood the room with light during the day, it appears like an art museum or art studio. Hence the name “The Gallery.”

The Gallery makes for the third event space available in the Arts and Events Place, joining the Cobblestone Parlor and Celestial Salon on the first floor. The Cobblestone Parlor can accommodate 45 for a sit down dinner, 55 for a cocktail party; the Celestial Salon accommodates 60 for a sit down dinner, 75 for a cocktail party. The two downstairs venues can be opened up to one space accommodating 90 – 130 attendees with or without a dance floor.

McCoole’s Arts & Events Place provides a large variety of services including, but not limited to: weddings, receptions, business meetings, seminars, banquets, catering, private parties, theater, art classes, concerts, shows, special events, beer festivals, a brewery and wine tastings.

“We’re now equipped to hold three events simultaneously,” added Hench. “Or a conference could use all three spaces. We offer room for three breakout sessions with the ability to eat in all three rooms. Or there could be two breakout sessions with food served in just one room. We offer quite a few options along with our 185 seat theater where all attendees can gather,” said Hench.

To reserve any of the rooms in the McCoole’s Arts & Events Place, please call 215-538-1779. Visit our Photo Gallery to see photos of this new venue.

2014 Beer Fest Crowds Rock to the Music

December 12th, 2014

Here’s a few videos from the 2014 Fall Beer Fest we thought you might enjoy:

“Feelin’ Alright”

“Listen To The Music”

“Locomotive Breath”

Rock for Roman a Success!

November 11th, 2014

Dear Jan
I want to thank you and your staff for such a memorable event. From the moment we discussed permission and promotion of the Rock For Roman Benefit to the day of the event I was always greeted with a smile and taken care of promptly. Watching how quickly you attended to matters and problems was impressive. I don’t know a lot about organizing such all-day-long affairs, but I know unorganized when I see it, and I saw none of that. As a result of your experienced care, handling, and promotion of the R4R Benefit we raised over $5,500 and entertained about 350-400 people with 10 different acts, all in one day.I received nothing but positive comments from those involved, in addition to all kinds of interest in holding more events there in the future. Thanks to you all once again for making a trying time in my life a pleasurable experience and memory. I look forward to doing business with you in the future.
Sincerely, Matt R