We are changing the way we look

The Ladies Literary Club has held events for the past 130+ years in this building. Their history is amazing so let’s keep the momentum going. The building is getting a bit of a makeover. Not much, but just enough so we can do more things. Check it out!

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Rendering of the Main Hall after remodel

Rendering of the Main Hall after remodel

Main Hall

The main hall seated 400+ in a teenie tiny auditorium seating for when people were much smaller than we are today. Even though the seats are cool and we like the way they look, we just don’t fit anymore. So we are removing them to make space for a flat floor. Now we can still do theatre style events with more options of how to set the room with the addition of banquet style events. The stage will stay giving us a creative focal point for the room. The new space will accommodate up to 200 seated banquet style or 300 theatre style.

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Rendering of lobby with new bar

Rendering of lobby with new bar

Lobby

The lobby historically held the mingle space for events held by the Ladies Literary Club and we want this space for the same use. We are adding a bar for drink service with an open concept so even when in the lobby you can still see what is happening on stage or in the main hall. This space can also be used for small meetings or gatherings such as baby showers, gender revels, lectures, or trainings.

Here is a rendering that gives a birds eye view of how the room will look with the new floor and bar area.

Here is a rendering that gives a birds eye view of how the room will look with the new floor and bar area.

The Lit Main Hall Rendering With Tables

The Lit Main Hall Rendering With Tables

The photos below are a sample of what the building looks like now and some renderings of what the space will look like after the remodel. As we go through construction the look will change a bit with additions to the dressing room/bridal suite, the main hall, and the lobby. Stay tuned for photos during construction.