Designed in 1904 by Louis Spiering, Sheldon Concert Hall & Art Galleries is host to more than 300 events each year. It opened in 1912 and has since featured such speakers as Dwight Eisenhower and Albert Einstein. This historic landmark building can seat up to 711 people and hosts a variety of concerts each year. In 1998, it expanded to 6,000 square feet. One of the area's most loved tourist spots and event-hosting spaces, it is available for parties, business and organizational functions. It also features local and historical exhibits.
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