Rent the Floyd Information HereFloyd Norgaard Cultural Center 
c/o The Stanwood Area Historical Society 
P. O. Box 69
27130 102nd Ave N.W. (no mail)
Stanwood, WA  98292

To rent this wonderful building with its historic character and warmth for your program, event, business meeting or party,
email info at    Or Call  360-629-6110 or 360-629-3352.

Main Hall - Floyd Norgaard Cultural CenterThe "Floyd" (as it is affectionately known) is a great place for weddings, concerts, arts events, business events, luncheons, Christmas parties and more.  It is the first floor of a rehabilitated 100 year 110 year old historic "western false front" public hall at 27130 102nd Avenue N. W. in Stanwood, Washington. It as an attached new service annex that has restrooms and an equipped serving kitchen.  Great parking back.  Consider it for your next event!

Rental Choice & Rates Hourly
Public Hall, Restrooms & Courtyard    
Monday-Thursday $60 $250
Sundays & Fridays $75 $500
Saturday 100 $500
Set Up Time $25 Included
Additional Charges    
Use of Kitchen & Dishes $100 Included
Use of Sound System $100 included
Pre-arranged set-up time up to two hours prior to the scheduled use is included in the 4 hour rental rate. The rental period covers the time from the scheduled use to completion of the clean-up. A Public Hall manager will welcome you at your scheduled start time and will be in the building during your rental time to answer questions and assist.
Stanwood Area Historical Society BuildingsDirections:
The Public Hall is located two blocks north of the intersection of Highway 532 and 102nd Ave NW in the historic west end of Stanwood about 7 miles west of I - 5 Stanwood Camano exit 212)

The Floyd Norgaard Cultural CenterParking is available in Stanwood Methodist Church Parking lot just west of the Stanwood Area History Museum & D. O. Pearson House. 27108 102nd Ave. N. W. Stanwood

The Floyd front viewProceeds benefit the continuing preservation and rehabilitation of the Public Hall for future historical and educational programs and projects.

The Floyd Norgaard Cultural Center, formerly known as the Stanwood Fraternal I. O. O. F. Public Hall is on the National Register of Historic Places. It was rehabilitated by the Stanwood Area Historical Society to be used for cultural, community and family events in 2004 with the generous support of hundreds of members of the local community, the Norgaard Family, the M. J. Murdock Charitable Trust and John Jensen.  The first floor great hall is rented and the second floor former I. O. O. F. Lodge rooms are now used as additional museum and exhibit space. The Stanwood Area Historical Society is 501c(3) charitable organization.