About the Clubhouse

The clubhouse was designed by Charles Barber and built in 1939 by the National Youth Administration as a community center. It is now home to the Oakwood-Lincoln Park Neighborhood Association and a venue for many community activities.  This beautiful stone building has interior walls of wormy chestnut and Tennessee Marble stone floors. The main hall boasts as its centerpiece a large stone fireplace. The building has a full kitchen with stove, microwave, refrigerator and dishwasher.

The clubhouse seats 60 people easily with space for a buffet and is often used for reunions, wedding receptions, and parties. Party Tables– both round and rectangular– and folding chairs are available to renters. If you’re interested in renting it for an event, you might want to get your request in early–it fills up fast for holidays.

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                     The Clubhouse as viewed from Shamrock Avenue.

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         The clubhouse viewed from the parking lot, showing the main entrance.

porch-1024                                The porch with entrance into center hallway.

Seating Area, complete with Bulletin Board. Brown Craft Paper is available for you to add your own signature sign for your event in the Storage Closet at the top of the stairs pictured to the left.

Hooks are placed along the trusses and over the windows to allow for easy hanging of décor for your event, without causing damage with tape, nails, or adhesive in this Nationally recognized Historic Building.

         The beautiful main room of the Clubhouse

Layout Diagram Allowing Guests to Plan Their Event Ahead of Time.

Example Layout for 32 Guest Seats

clubhouse at Christmas                                     The Clubhouse at our Christmas Fair 2019

The clubhouse features a fully operational kitchen.

             Another angle of the kitchen–note restrooms doors on left wall.