Rick Allen Room
The Rick Allen Room is a 2900 ft2 hall, accommodating 260 for auditorium seating or 160 for dining (with round tables; some rectangular tables also
available). The room features DVD, VHS, or data video projection; wi-fi; and sound system with PA. A lectern and small stage are also available.
Windows on the south side look out onto the Kinney Court, a paved 25' by 45' patio with a rock garden and fountain.
Click here for the schedule of upcoming Herrett Forum lectures.
Currently on Exhibit:
- "Spark! Places of Innovation" – The story of human history is written in inventions and innovations. People are problem solvers. Sometimes we invent.
More often, we innovate—we introduce a fresh idea or an invention into use in some way that creates a new way of doing or thinking.
Invention can happen anywhere and it's happening right now in small towns across America. Rural Americans are creating new products, taking risks, meeting challenges together, and seizing upon
exciting opportunities that change local life and sometimes reach far beyond.
A traveling exhibit from the Smithsonian Institution, through November 25th.
Call our Events Coordinator
at (208) 732-6657 to schedule your group's event