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Village Ballroom

700 NE Dekum
Portland, OR 97211, US (map)

The Village Ballroom is a community gathering space for performance, dance, special events, conferences, classes and workshops. A wide variety of events, shows and classes are currently hosted and more diversity is encouraged!

The Village Ballroom is located at 700 NE Dekum, Portland, Oregon. Built in 1909 in the Woodlawn neighborhood of northeast Portland, the Village Ballroom (formerly the Rose City Ballroom and earlier the Woodlawn Community Hall) has an open ballroom, a lower level studio, a kitchen, a greeting room and a lounge.

Host to a number of ongoing classes and events, the Village Ballroom is designed to comfortably and smoothly accommodate special events from weddings to small conferences. Parking is convenient as is access via public transportation.

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Past events that happened here

  • Saturday
    Sep 17 2016
    Building Your Empire Brunch

    Learn how to building a succesful brand, identify your target market, access financial resources and more! Whether you're just starting out or looking to take your business to the next level, this brunch will provide the insight and tools you need to achieve greatness in your life & businesses.

    Speakers Include:

    Paula Hayes

    President and CEO of Hue Noir, a Beaverton-based business that specializes in makeup for people with dark skin tones. Paula is a driven entrepreneur and executive with a track record of business success.

    Byrdie McCoy

    Empowerment fitness coach and advocate for Women's Mental Health, as well as Founder of Byrdie's Babes.

    Hosted By:

    Chaunci King, Founder of Miru Vodka, CEO at MavenInBusiness.com

    Sponsored by: The PDC & Miru Vodka

  • Saturday
    Oct 4 2008
    Vampire Fun(d)-Raiser Ball
    Village Ballroom

    A delightful Vampire Costume Ball, a fund-raiser to help pay medical expenses for our dear friend Wini Williams, who has porphyria (which is also called the "Vampire Disease"). Music, Dancing, benefit auction, food, and fun.

    See http://forwini.com for more information and to buy tickets.