Please consider making a pledge or major gift to the LVCC. We have managed to progress as far as we have with the wonderful support of people in the community, the IRRRB, and some major grants from individuals.

We have several proposals extended to
other corporations and foundations and
ask you to seriously consider talking to us
about adding to the funds we still need to
raise, which total approximately $600,000.

Each year at the Midsummer Benefit (see below) a Silent and Live Auction are held. This year we are excited to announce some of the Live Auction items ahead of time so guests can make plans for their bidding strategy.

Our capital campaign estimates that if
we get three units of $150,000 each, we
have an excellent chance of qualifying
for a $150,000 grant from the National
Endowment for the Humanities. One or
more of these units can be made up of
smaller gifts and fundraising efforts as we
have done in the past. We Depend on Your Donations to complete our remaining projects – use the form to donate online or mail your check to:
PO Box 659, Tower, MN 55790

Thanks to our recent online donors!

EVENTS and Fundraisers!

Watch this space for all of our upcoming events and fundraisers.

2023: A Southern Slavic Midsummer-Zivoli!

SAVE THE DATE • JUNE 17, 2023 A Southern Slavic Midsummer-Zivoli! The Herb Lamppa Civic Center and St. Mary’s Hall will be alive with festivities! Brothers Mike and Dan Skorich […]

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Lake Vermilion Cultural Center, 705 Main Street
Tower, MN 55790
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About Us

Gifted to the LVCC by the Episcopal Church in Minnesota, we moved the grand old lady on November 1st, 2015, now known as St. Mary’s Hall (see video!), to her new home near the historic center of Tower near the harbor.

She is currently being restored and will be used for a wide variety of cultural and community activities.


Lake Vermilion Cultural Center
PO Box 659
Tower, MN 55790


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