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Saenger Halle

Saenger Halle

604 Lafayette Street, Warsaw (IL), 62379, United States

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(217) 430-4644

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About Saenger Halle is a charming historic venue in downtown Warsaw, IL. The building houses a painting studio, marketplace, and ballroom. Follow our renovation progress & upcoming events on our Instagram account!
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Description Saenger Halle (properly pronounced in German as Zang-er Hall-ay) is in the process of being restored to its former glory by visionaries Cass Grunewald and Molly Hurley. Locally known as Singer Hall, this charming 145 year old building was the “place to be” back in its heyday bringing in crowds for school musicals, bands, parties, dances, and stage presentations.
Built by the Saenger Choir in 1872, the building features first level meeting rooms, and a second story ballroom complete with a balcony and an entry way ticket booth. Over the years, several local organizations met at Saenger Halle. Groups included the local Freemasons, the Eastern Stars, church groups, and the Saenger Choir, among others.

Ballroom

The second story underwent a fairly extensive renovation when the Masonic Lodge moved in. This renovation included the addition of a drop ceiling, a wall dividing the second story landing from the main ballroom, a ledge around the perimeter of the room, and carpet. Restorations to the second level are scheduled to begin November 2017. Work includes removal of the drop ceiling and separation wall, refinishing the hardwood floors, plaster repair, and new lighting.
Industrial meets vintage charm in the Ballroom at Saenger Halle. Our space will be the premier destination for local wedding receptions, community events, and artist shows.

Studio

During renovations in the west meeting room on the lower level of the building, several drawings were uncovered. These drawings were self-portraits of carpenter Frank Herold, and painters Brawner and McKee Bonnefon dated March the 10th of 1888. The sketches have been preserved and will be on display in the new studio of Saenger Halle, opening July 2017.
The studio will host a variety of art classes including acrylic painting, pottery, and DIY craft courses. Come unwind with us after a long work week. Bring your favorite beverage, listen to music, and indulge in your new favorite hobby. Date night…girls night out…you name
Founded 04/01/2017
  • 604 Lafayette Street, Warsaw (IL), 62379, United States
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