Visitor Info


Plenty of parking is available! You may park directly in front of the ArtsCenter or in the new parking deck directly (to the east) behind the Hampton Inn. The lot and deck are free with unlimited time restrictions on weeknights after 5:30pm and all day on the weekends. Monday through Friday the lot and deck, while still free, are restricted to 3 hour limits between the hours of 8am – 5:30pm. If you are visiting the ArtsCenter and plan on staying for more than 3 hours, you may pick up a temporary parking pass from our box office attendant.


Box Office Hours:


Monday through Friday: 9 a.m. to  9 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.  (Saturday and Sunday hours are subject to change depending on the events schedule)

Closed for the following Holidays:

  • New Year’s Day
  • Good Friday
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving Day & the day after
  • Christmas Day

If a holiday falls on a Saturday, we’ll observe it the previous Friday.  If it falls on a Sunday, we’ll observe it the following Monday.


About the Venue

The ArtsCenter, a non-smoking venue, features two theaters, the Earl and Rhoda Wynn Theater and the West End Theater, 7 studios including a dance, ceramics, and digital studio, a dark room and two galleries. Local brews, wine and a variety of beverage selections are featured in the concession area open during many of our various events.


The Earl  and Rhoda Wynn Theater
With a seating capacity of 355, the Earl and Rhoda Wynn Theater is a mid-sized black box theater that provides an intimate experience for both the performers and audience members. All shows are general admission, but there isn’t a bad seat in the house, so no need to worry! The Earl & Rhoda Wynn Theater has played host to thousands of musicians, actors, puppeteers, dancers and other creative performers, professional and amateur alike, throughout the years.


The West End
The West End Theater provides a venue that is particularly suited for smaller performances, classes, and meetings. The room lends itself to more intimate crowds. Perfect for one-person acts, comedy shows and staged readings, the West End Theatre has been vital in the promotion of local and up-and-coming acts.