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Experience the picturesque Andersen Enrichment Center for off-site business meetings, workshops, weddings, receptions, exhibits or a variety of other social events.

The Andersen Enrichment Center is conveniently located at the heart of Saginaw's central park system - in the midst of numerous visitor attractions and recreational opportunities. Our one-of-a-kind atmosphere accommodates up to 150 guests and you may provide your own food and refreshments or select the caterer of your choice to suit your food service needs. The building has convenient wireless internet access and is handicap accessible making our facility an excellent venue for any event.

French doors create a breathtaking entrance to the Garden Room, which offers a panoramic view of the Lucille Andersen Memorial Garden and accommodates up to 60 seated or 100 standing guests.

The Hall of Fame Room can host up to 100 people in a contemporary setting; making it ideal for business meetings, seminars and dinners.

The Lucille E. Andersen Memorial Garden offers the perfect ambiance for a wedding ceremony, graduation photos, and other special events. This elegant formal garden features roses and perennials, a brick walkway, classic columns, reflecting pool and fountain featuring a Marshall Fredericks sculpture.

A 2.5 hour Garden Wedding Package for your ceremony and photographs is available.

All rooms are wireless internet accessible and linen service is available upon request.

For rental rates, availability and more information call 989.759.1362, ext. 221.


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