The Board of Directors wishes to thank you so much for making The Beulah Rucker Museum and Educational Foundation complex an option for your function. We strive to serve you in any way possible to make your event the best it can possibly be. Our complex is geared to small functions such as receptions, meetings, small weddings, classes, business and community affairs. We can adequately accommodate 40 to 60 people in a quaint, rustic and picturesque setting.
Unfortunately the museum is not designed for huge and boisterous parties, which means we cannot allow alcohol or alcohol containers, consumption of alcohol, bands, DJ’s or any type DJ equipment, wall or ceiling dec0rations, the opening of the double doors, (single doors only), wall destruction (no tacks, nails or tape) or any defacing of the property. We do allow decorations on tables, projection systems, (tv’s and screens) and simple signs with Museum personnel on hand for hanging the sign, but only in designated areas. Food may be brought in, but the kitchen stove may not be used because of insurance purposes.
We ask that you respect the Crypt where Mrs. Beulah Rucker is laid to rest. No playing or loitering inside the stone wall. Please do not block the driveway, as there are families that live on the property. Parking is confined to the lower level of the grounds.
For rental fee information, please give us a call at 404/625-5550 or 404/401-6589, or you can e-mail us at email@example.com. If you want to look at the center, please call. Just let us know which day and time you would like to stop by.
If our facility cannot accommodate your needs, may we recommend The Georgia Mountain Center, The Civic Building, Jay-Mor’s Farm, or even one of the local Motels with conference rooms.