public hallways are filled with furnishings
made right in the building.
“Another surprising thing is that the
building still has the original vaulted
wood ceilings and brick walls, along with
an amazing amount of natural light,” said
Jacobi Goodell, The Living Room’s venue
Receptions, seminars, workshops, fundraisers, cocktail competitions, corporate
parties and more have been held here.
“The Living Room is always up for hosting creative or outside-the-box events and
trying things we have never done before,”
The venue’s main space is called The
Living Room, too, and seats up to 200
guests at tables. It’s fully equipped with
speakers, microphones and two high-defi-
The adjoining space, the Higgins, has a
beautifully stained blue concrete floor and
an antique arch.
“This room is great for a cocktail hour or
team-bonding activities that require people
to be moving around,” Goodell said.
Harbor Lights, North Platte
Harbor Lights, a lakeside meeting hall, is
ideal for groups seeking a laidback setting
during the spring and summer months.
“We sit next to Lake Maloney and State
Park, so our decor and theme is a bit on the
nautical side,” said Abbie Pack, co-owner
and event manager. “Our on-site bar fea-
tures a backdrop made from shiplap, metal
scuba helmets and boat portholes.”
Harbor Lights has a bar and kitchen as
well as an outdoor patio, stage and garden
space. The venue seats up to 300 people
and hosts everything from business meetings to fundraisers.
Boiler Grand Hall, Lincoln
Boiler Grand Hall, the former federal
courtroom located on the third floor of
the Grand Manse building, was built in
1904 and maintains its original, stately
and ornate aesthetic, according to Heather
Coniglio, event coordinator for the Boiler
“It features original decor, including
24-foot-tall oak walls, incredibly detailed,
hand-carved woodwork and polished ma-
ple floors,” she said. “It’s the perfect space
for dinners, business meetings, receptions,
company tailgate parties—you name it!”
For an additional 500 square feet of
event space, the room’s original leather
doors open into a foyer with a marble floor.
Boiler Grand Hall accommodates up to
100 people seated, and events can feature
up to 12 Boiler Brewing Co. beers on tap,
among other options.
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