Venues
Day Classes Main Dance Late Night
Thursday None Riverboat Welcome Dance 301 Main (Not Included)
Friday Dancer's Studio Dancer's Studio Dancer's Studio
Saturday

Dancer's Studio
Triune

Dancer's Studio Dancer's Studio
Sunday

Dancer's Studio
Triune

Dancer's Studio Dancer's Studio

We're excited about all our venues for Midwest Lindyfest 2019! Stay tuned for more details, and we'll let you know more soon.

Woman's Club of Minneapolis

410 Oak Grove St, Minneapolis, MN 55403

"Thirty-nine women founded The Woman’s Club in 1907. Built in 1928, the present six-floor Clubhouse at 410 Oak Grove Street was designed for us by Léon Arnal, architect of the Foshay Tower. Designated a Minneapolis Historic Treasure, The Clubhouse is filled with inspiring gathering and event spaces. Our Rooftop Terrace has breathtaking views of Loring Park and the downtown Minneapolis skyline; our historic Theatre seats more than 600 and is a superb venue for special events; our elegant Lounge and Dining Rooms are the perfect places to relax with friends."

"In addition to being a catalyst for connection, The Woman’s Club has a long and storied history of community impact. In the early 1900’s, The Club was responsible for installing plumbing systems in the city’s public schools, establishing the City Civic Commission, funding Eloise Butler’s Theodore Wirth Gardens until the Minnesota legislature took over, and founding the Minneapolis Society for the Blind, now known as Vision Loss Resources. Today, our original mission of “educational, civic, and social services, study and friendly association” continues. In addition to our many outreach activities, The Club each year gives scholarship monies and grants that benefit women and children; over the years we have given over five million dollars. In 2015, we gave scholarship monies to the MCTC Foundation -- a 30-plus year tradition -- and gave grants to ten nonprofit organizations." 

Woman's Club of Minneapolis

Dancer's Studio

415 Pascal Street North St. Paul, MN 55104

Dancer's Studio, a.k.a Midpointe Event Center, boasts a main dance hall that is over 5500 square feet in size. A new addition brings a second studio that is over 2000 square feet.  

Midpointe Event Center is more than an event venue; it’s where the best memories are made. Marcy McHenry founded Dancer’s Studio & Midpointe Event Center in 1986 to create a safe, unique, and unforgettable space for life’s most exciting celebrations. Since then, Midpointe Event Center has hosted a wide range of events from cultures all over the world.

Dancer's Studio website

 

Triune Masonic Temple

1898 Iglehart Ave St Paul, MN 55104

The Historic Triune Masonic Temple is a meetinghouse of Freemasonry in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States, built in 1910 in the Neo-Classical Revival style, designed by Henry C. Struchen (1871–1947). The structure was built for Triune Lodge No. 190, AF & AM. It is one of the earliest and best preserved buildings erected exclusively for the use of a single Masonic Lodge. Henry Struchen, although not an architect, was a contractor and designer. He was a member of Triune Lodge and a prominent builder in the city.

Opening ceremonies for the building were held Thursday, March 2, 1911. Triune Masonic Temple was recognized for its historic and architectural significance by being placed on the National Register of Historic Places on November 13, 1980.[2]

Stylistically the temple is a good example of the Neo-Classical Revival of the opening decades of the twentieth century. The exterior is virtually unchanged while the interior retains its classic integrity and remains substantially intact. The front facade features four Doric columns, pedimented windows and a decorative cornice, while the lodge room itself is adorned with stately pillars representing the five classical orders of architecture. The front of the building gives a hint of the grandeur inside. The interior cherry and maple woodwork and many of the original furnishings remain. The building is notable because it incorporates elements of Masonic ritual into its architectural design.

The Historic Triune Masonic Temple is the last remaining historic Masonic temple within the cities of Saint Paul and Minneapolis. The Temple is the home of Saint Paul Lodge Number Three A. F. & A. M. of Minnesota.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triune_Masonic_Temple