Stocktons Kramer Hall to Hold Open House

GALLOWAY – Kramer Hall, Stockton University's instructional site in Hammonton, will hold an open house on Friday, September 25th from 1 to 2 p.m.
The open house will welcome businesses, organizations, and individuals for a free tour of the state-of-the art facility for the use of events, workshops, retreats, and training. The three-level facility has space available to accommodate up to 80 people with a progressive art gallery, computer lab, multipurpose rooms, and conference rooms. Guests will be able to work with the professional staff to plan their event and discuss rental fees.
Kramer Hall was built in the early 1900s and become the Bertino/National Garment Factory in the 1950s. After renovations, the 13,620-square-foot facility reopened as a Stockton site in January 2013. It is named after Lynn and Charles Kramer for their many years of service and philanthropic support of Stockton.
Free and convenient parking is available in the adjacent parking lot, on both sides of Front Street, and in two nearby municipal lots.
Just prior to the Open House, Stockton will be helping to launch a new 1-mile fitness initiative, the Blueberry Trail, at noon. The trail begins and ends at the corner pavilion on Front Street, just a few steps from Kramer Hall and is a collaboration between the University, the Town of Hammonton, and AtlantiCare.
Kramer Hall is located 30 Front Street.

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