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Sep 9, 2016

Something Old…. Iron work began on the banks of the French Creek in 1783 and continued, weathering massive changes in ferrous metalworking techniques, for 200 years. The foundry produced castings ancillary to the Phoenix Iron and Steel Company’s main business as a manufacturer and fabricator of steel structures. Among these ancillary items were joint blocks […]

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Timeless Traditions

Jul 29, 2016

  Age old traditions, wedding tokens of good luck, are still common in today’s wedding day celebrations. “Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed and Something Blue” have taken on many new forms. Let’s look at each of these traditions, their meaning and how they can be incorporated in with today’s modern bride. Something Old represents […]

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Eat Drink and Relax

Jul 8, 2016

Gone are the days of traditional rehearsal dinners. These days rehearsal dinners are more relaxed and casual. It’s the perfect time to catch up with family and friends before the big day. Traditionally the groom’s parents arrange the rehearsal dinner and it is held after the ceremony rehearsal. The couple, bridal party, parents and key […]

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Jazz Up Your Meeting……….

Jul 1, 2016

When planning an off-site meeting, do you feel bound to the confines of the room you’ve chosen? Do not be afraid to think outside the box the next time you’re responsible for planning your company’s off-site meeting. There are plenty of ways to jazz up the space and offer an environment that your employees will be […]

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5.0 Reviews

Jun 17, 2016

We truly take pride in creating memorable moments for all our guests as they celebrate their special occasions here at the Foundry. Receiving reviews like this one, reminds us of how lucky we are to meet so many people who we can call friends and family!! Erica said…… I will never be able to fully […]

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