Bar Mitzvah’s at The Marconi ALWAYS looks like a blast. Don’t believe us? Just check out (keep scrolling) the photos (thanks, Miss Darcy at EVENTograpgy!) from our most recent Bar Mitzvah celebration for Sean.
What is the meaning of Bar and Bat Mitzvah? The word bar translates to ‘son of’ in Hebrew and the word bat translates to ‘daughter of’ in Hebrew. This celebration represents a ceremonial recognition that a young person is no longer a minor and begins to take on the religious privileges and responsibilities of an adult.
This celebration occurs in the Jewish faith when the child turns thirteen years old and each Bat or Bar Mitzvah has a theme.
Sean wanted a neon glow party to celebrate his step into adulthood.
Sean picked the museum’s Cadillac to make his grand drive-in entrance to his party.
But also didn’t want to miss out on the opportunity to sit in the McLaren P1…
And now, for the fun stuff. Oh Whatta Night! brings the entertainment fun to each and every Bat and Bar Mitzvah ever hosted at The Marconi.
Here’s the proof:
A portion of net proceeds from events book at the museum goes directly to at-risk children’s charities in Orange County. Your event at The Marconi literally helps us helps kids, so thank you to the family of Sean!
The Marconi Automotive Museum is a class 501 ©(3) nonprofit located in the heart of Orange County. A portion of the net proceeds from booked events goes to various at-risk children charities throughout Southern California. We are open to the public for museum visitors Monday through Friday 9:00am – 4:30pm, double check ourevent calendar before visiting.
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