Facilities Wheelchair accessible Fully-furnished kitchen Well-maintained pianos Hammond church organ Pump organ Video equipment Fireplace For small and large events (performance seating for up to 140) The upper level contains s a flexible open space, high-ceilinged with elegant wood beams and pillars, a large formal fireplace and a grand piano. This area serves as a performing venue and as a center for a wide variety of social events. A distinctive collection of North Dakota pottery, an 1864 Steinway chest-grand piano, a 1902 pump organ and hand-painted antique mirror over the fireplace enhance the gracious atmosphere. The upper level also contains the kitchen Located on the lower level are restrooms, the classroom, and the offices of the Carnegie Association and the Brass Band of Minot. The elevator makes all levels easily accessible for catering, decorating, wheelchairs and walkers. The Carnegie also provides event-planning resources and referrals for decorating ideas, musicians, florists, etc.
Scott Bexel, ChairpersonDon Caldwell, Vice ChairpersonLinda Love, SecretaryNan Jacobson, TreasurerNine members at Large