Attendees, affiliate members and guests are welcome to attend the networking art and dinner soirée. Conference attendance is not required.
Immerse yourself in art, history, and culture at the 2023 Art & Dinner Soirée as part of your experience at the 13th Annual Home Care & Hospice Conference and Trade Show. This year the traditional networking dinner will be hosted at the Currier Museum of Art on May 3, in Manchester NH. Museum docents will be available for group tours, or you may explore the exhibits on your own; the entire museum has been reserved for our event. Join us for this evening activity for exhibitors, attendees, and their guests. Event tickets include museum admission as well as the catered dinner. A cash bar will also be available.
Doors open at 6:30 PM; event begins 7:00 PM.
Agencies can purchase a table of 6 or 8 as well, contact Michelle Burton for details.
Connect with friends and colleagues in a relaxed social setting outside the conference venue!
Join us for this evening activity for exhibitors, attendees, and their guests. Event tickets include museum admission as well as the catered dinner.
All are welcome! Conference registration is not required.
After a full day of conference sessions, relax and gather with fellow attendees and their guests for a cocktail, explore the galleries, and share a meal. The entire museum has been reserved for our event. Museum docents will be available for group tours, or you may explore the exhibits on your own.
Don’t miss this chance to reconnect with friends and colleagues from around the region, reflect on the services you provide and revitalize the passion for the work you do every day. After we have explored the exhibits, we will progress to the Winter Garden atrium for a buffet-style networking dinner that will include local favorites as well as new and seasonal options to satisfy all our guests.
The Currier Museum has been the scene of elegant entertaining since 1929. Their galleries and courtyard, designed by Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer, offer historic and contemporary spaces. The Currier’s creative use of it’s distinctive historical and contemporary art collection connects the art of the past with art of the future.