Forma Summer Evening Dinner in the Pavilion

In 1961, President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy brought a new sense of style to the White House. From small private parties to state dinners to lavish affairs, the Kennedys always entertained with warmth, hospitality and grace. Their commitment to culture, art and music inspired an American renaissance in imagination and creativity. That spirit lives on today at the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum. As part of our mission to celebrate John F. Kennedy's vision, we invite you to share in his legacy of leadership, inspiration and gracious entertaining.

A Legacy of Gracious Entertaining

A Legacy of Gracious Entertaining

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