Historic Dundee Community Center
The Historic Dundee Community Center was built from 1914 to 1915, and in 1986, was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. The local Yamhill County Historical Society recognizes the building for its contribution to the community and for its uniqueness. The American movement bungalow/Craftsman structure was financed by a small group of determined Dundee women who wanted the local citizens to have a gathering place for their social, recreational and cultural activities.
Owned by the Dundee Woman’s Club, the Historic Dundee Community Center has been serving the local community for over one hundred years. From the beginning, The Dundee Woman’s Club has been the keystone for Dundee fundraising projects; such as the fireman’s needs, Boy and Girl Scouts of America, support for the WWI, WWII, Vietnam and current wars’ service personnel and veterans, as well as other benevolent organizations. It’s the go-to-place for activities, parties, celebrations and various occasions. Over the years, many community gatherings have taken place here including dinners, sports events, dances, plays, carnivals, lectures and civic meetings as well as private functions such as weddings, anniversaries, reunions, fundraisers and educational events. If you are looking for a memorable venue where you can hold your next meeting, conference, presentation or celebration, the Dundee Community Center is easy to find, plenty of parking and offers three spaces to fit your needs.
Please visit the website for more information on this community jewel and its many programs that’s here for everyone.