Groveport Town Hall
Groveport Town Hall was constructed in 1876 as a jointly-owned project of the Village of Groveport, Madison Township, the Masonic Lodge and the Odd Fellows Lodge. The building has previously housed a hardware store, dry goods store, the Senior Center and Madison Township offices.
Today, Town Hall has been restored to its 1876 beauty, offering two floors for reservation by individuals and corporations, a historical museum featuring a section on early Canal history and the famous Horse Whisperer, an art gallery, nature center, and a cultural arts center with arts and education classes for the whole family.
The Cultural Arts Center offers arts and education classes at Town Hall and the Department's separate facility for children, Crooked Alley KidSpace, 630 Wirt Road. An art gallery and historical museum are also located on the first floor. The Heritage Nature Center, located in the historic Log House in Heritage Park, offers hands-on programming on topics of natural science.
COMMUNITY AFFAIRS CALENDARS
For the May 2013 Arts and Education Calendar, please click here.
For the June 2013 Arts and Education Calendar, please click here.
For the May 2013 Just for Kids newsletter, please click here.
For the May 2013 Tuesdays@One calendar, please click here.
Outdoor Summer Concerts and Movies:
For the 2013 Summer Concert Schedule, please click here.
For the 2013 Summer Movies in the Park schedule, please click here.
Social and meeting rooms may be reserved for personal or business events at Groveport Town Hall, 648 Main Street. The three-story historic building offers three rooms for use by the community on the second and third floors. The Groveport Heritage Museum, Art Gallery and Cultural Arts Center occupy the first floor of the building.
A contract will be completed to reserve your room and identify policies for facility usage. Town Hall may be reserved by Groveport residents and businesses free of charge; an hourly fee is charged for use by non-residents and those who work outside the municipal limits. To receive free facility usage, the contract signer must show proof of Groveport residency (Tax District 185) with a photo ID and a second form of identification. A security deposit is no longer collected, however the contract signer will continue to be legally and financially responsible for all damages incurred by participants of the group and must be present for the duration of the event.
The second floor auditorium/ballroom can accommodate tables and chairs for 115 persons, or theatre seating for 263. Hardwood floors, a full stage with lighting and drapery, and 16' high pressed tin ceilings create an ideal setting for a wedding or reception, family event or community activity. On the third floor, two carpeted rooms accommodate groups of 50, with easy availability of restrooms and a kitchenette. An elevator assists guests to the upper floors.
Ample parking is available in the Municipal Parking Lot across the street. Street parking is permitted in designated areas. Inquiries may be directed to Groveport Town Hall at 836-3333.