Function hall

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A function hall, reception hall, or banquet hall is a room or building for the purpose of hosting a party, banquet, wedding or other reception, or other social event.

Function halls are often found within pubs, clubs, hotels, or restaurants. Some are run by fraternal organizations and rented out as a fundraiser for the organization, for example Masonic Halls. Some condominium associations and apartment buildings have these to keep the noise of parties out of the residential units.


The first recorded mention of "function rooms" is in 1922. [1][2]


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  1. ^ National Electrical Contractors Association (1922). "Electrical Construction and Maintenance". Electrical Construction and Maintenance (McGraw-Hill Publishing Company) 22: 58. Retrieved 28 January 2015. 
  2. ^ "Ngram Viewer". Retrieved 28 January 2015.