Overlooking the shores of Lake Mendota, Pyle Center offers visitors 135,000 square feet of comfortable meeting spaces, 8-hour chairs, rooftop terraces and more.Connect at Pyle Center ›
Let Pyle and Lowell Centers‘ comprehensive conference-building services help you set the stage for a memorable, successful event. Our internationally-renowned experts have facilitated thousands of the continuing education and professional development programs and events over the last 50 years, from hour-long meetings to week long multi site conferences.
“If I ever chair another national event, I will insist on working with the Pyle and Lowell Center staff, confident that I would be working with the best.”
-Outreach Scholarship Conference Attendee
On Friday, April 19, Lake Street from Langdon to Lake Mendota will be closed due to the Wisconsin Alumni Association’s LAKE STREET BASH. There will be no street parking and street closures begin in the early afternoon Friday. Lowell Center hotel guests, please be advised that there will be no access to the underground parking facility Friday night.
For more information, please visit http://allcampusparty.org
On Saturday, April 27, Crazylegs Run/Walk will take place. The race will begin at Lake Street and Langdon Street, directly in front of Pyle Center. If you will be traveling to or from Pyle or Lowell Centers for events or hotel rooms, please make arrangements for expected delays and road closures between approximately 9 am and 11 am.
For further information, see the Crazylegs website at http://www.crazylegsclassic.com/course-info/.
“Inspirations” Art Exhibit by Marlys Greenhalgh will be up throughout the month of April 2019. Marlys is a painter and printmaker taking her ideas from the natural world, including her own perennial gardens, cacti, banana trees and jade plants. She is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University and Viterbo University.