The Kenmore Community Club’s hall is King County Landmark, having been built in 1930 as a Grange Hall for what was then a rural part of the county. It was opened for almost the same uses as today: dances, parties, music, weddings, public speaking, memorials, and worship. In 2015 it was designated a King County Landmark, with protections for the beams, windows, stage, and footprint.
All ages and walks of life are welcome, regardless whether you live in Kenmore. Today, as part of the Club’s mission to support community organizations and groups, the hall is available for rental for family reunions, parties, milestone celebrations and meetings.
Groups renting the hall include religious organizations for regular services, wedding receptions, community group events such as dinner-auctions, theater groups, scouting groups, and Community members who just need a place for a party. The hall is equipped with a 35-foot stage, PA system, dance floor, tables and chairs, and a newly renovated kitchen.