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The Grand Ballroom is a perfect setting for wedding receptions, banquets, fundraisers, Christmas parties, or trade shows. Guests will be surrounded by majestic pillars and marble terrazzo floors, and a stage is available for award presentations or speeches. The ballroom can accommodate a range of activities from a small reception of 100 to a sit-down dinner for up to 400 guests. The ballroom can host up to 800 cocktail reception style.
Our Classroom and Small Dining Room are two charming meeting and dining rooms that are spacious enough to accommodate a sizable function while providing a cozy setting for your breakfast/ meeting, luncheon presentation or dinner.
The John Catlin Room has a functional fireplace and antique furnishings. It is an elegant setting for casual, relaxed conversation and provides an ideal location for groups to meet before concerts or meetings. This room is perfect for your next cocktail hour up to 200 guests.
The Masonic Auditorium is Madison Wisconsin's best-kept secret. This impressive facility provides a grand setting for live performances or presentations for up to 1000 guests. Complete with its original acoustics, fixtures, and a proscenium stage, the majestic ambiance of this room is breathtaking. Our Auditorium provides an excellent presentation environment and will certainly call attention to your creative planning skills.
Also housed in the Auditorium is our Wangerin Organ (1926, Opus 387), the 3rd oldest pipe organ in the state of Wisconsin. For more information on our vintage pipe organ visit our Wangerin Organ page.
For more information on any of our spaces or to arrange a tour of this impressive building, contact Lisa Zimmerman by phone at (608) 256-5734 or via email at email@example.com.
Our Johnson Street level Ladies Lounge was voted Coolest Bathroom in Madison!Click here to read the article.
For rental rates and rental information contact Lisa at 608-256-5734 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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