An Historic Polk County School House
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- Maintain and Care for the Historic Lamar School for Public Use
- Offer Forward Thinking Education to the Community
- Make Lamar Available for Community Events and Gathering Space
Lamar serves the local communities of St. Croix Falls, Taylors Falls, Dresser, Osceola, Centuria, Balsam Lake, Amery, Milltown, Luck, Cushing, Eureka, Frederic and the surrounding areas.
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Lamar as of August 10th, 2014. Phase 1 of the building restoration will be completed soon, with an Open Houses scheduled for August 30th, 10 am to 3 pm. Come for refreshments and to see the building!
Phase 2 fundraising starts now. Lamar is wheel chair accessible!
Lamar Youth Art Camp Starts August 18th
Fairy Tales: Knowing Ourselves and Nature Through Creative Dramatics
Instructor: Jennifer Johnson.
Drawing, Painting and Mixed Media Camp - FULL -
Instructor: Suzanne Monson
Both classes to be held at Lamar Community Center, over 4 days
Dates: Aug. 18-19-20-21, 2014
Times: 9 am - 3 pm each day
Cost: $20.00 per Child, third Child or more per family at $15.00 per
Child brings own bag lunch and drink
Learn More Here
Register online here: http://lamarcommunitycenter.wildapricot.org
Please pay the registration fee on the first day.
Membership is required prior to registration online. Becoming a Member can be free, all is needed is an email address.
For questions please contact Tanna at 715-491-6422 or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
This project is supported in part by a grant from the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Did you know that Lamar now has hot running water and flushing toilets, a wheel chair lift and great natural lighting!! The doors are open, come on in.
Lamar School was originally constructed in 1905 as a one room school house and was later expanded to include the two upper rooms and the front entrance it has today. Lamar School is one of the few turn of the century school houses owned by a non-profit in Wisconsin, serving the local community and available to the public. Today Lamar Community Center, a 501(c)3 non-profit, owns, manages and cares for this building as the center of the organization's mission. Lamar School is proud to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Become A Member
Help support Lamar, become a member today! Your financial support goes toward building utilities, insurance and the basic operating expenses. Lamar is an all volunteer organization.
Lamar is undergoing major structural restorations currently. Phase 2 fundraising to complete the inside finishes begins 2014. Phase 1 restoration wraps up summer 2014.
Lamar offers forward thinking educational programming and arts and cultural events to the community. Lamar invites the community to use the building as a gatherings space, for dances, events and meetings.