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Helena Civic Center

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Built  1919
Opened  1919
Phone  +1 406-447-8481
Added to NRHP  14 April 1988
NRHP Reference #  88000434
Area  3,600 m²
Architecture firm  Link & Haire
Helena Civic Center
Location  Neill and Park Aves., Helena, Montana
Address  340 Neill Ave, Helena, MT 59601, USA
Architectural styles  Moorish Revival architecture, American Exotic Revival
Similar  Cathedral of Saint Helena, Montana State Capitol, Rocky Mountains, Holter Museum of Art, Spring Meadow Lake Stat
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The Helena Civic Center (formerly known as Algeria Shrine Temple) is a Moorish Revival building in Helena, Montana that was built in 1919. The building served as a meeting hall for the Algeria Shriners and had civic functions. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places (under the shrine name) in 1988.

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The National Register's database records "Historic subfunctions" that include "meeting hall" for the place. Today, the building has a 2,000 seat auditorium and a 15,000 sq. ft. ballroom/exhibition hall. It is currently owned and operated by the City of Helena and available for banquets, craft shows, dances, weddings, trade shows and conferences.

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Helena Civic Center Wikipedia


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