IMGP6804Make Your Family, Business or Organization’s Name a Proud Part of Library & Music Hall Restoration

 

Honor a beloved relative or friend; add your family or business name to the rich and lasting legacy of the Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall. Naming opportunities raise critical funding to complete the ACFL&MH restoration. The following list can still be customized.

Be a part of the legacy of Great Performances —and Great Comfort—for generations to come!

$500 puts your name on one of the beautiful new seats for the Music Hall—put together a family row!

 

Contributor Item Description Price
John Leone Main Reading Room a stately fireplace and Andrew Carnegie’s portrait set the tone $100,000
Bayer Children’s Room: where love of reading takes root $100,000
Wasyl A. Pysh Library Circulation Desk: serving library patrons since 1901 $50,000
Reference Room: periodicals, journals, newspapers, atlases, etc. $50,000
In Memory of John & Rose Leone Library Foyer: welcoming first impression sets the tone $50,000
Library Multi-purpose Room: graced with three signature windows, this space off the Children’s Room will accommodate a wide variety of small group programming $40,000
Library Grand Stairway: a testament to bygone graciousness and style $15,000
Fireplace Reading Area: a comfortable living room for reading the newspaper or latest bestseller $20,000
In Honor of Betsy Bell Martin Library Exterior Doors: opening minds to the world and beyond $5,000
Chris W. Brussalis Library Lobby Door: let there be light! newly accessible glass-paneled door offers sight lines back to the fire place $5,000
Stained Glass Skylight Golden hues framed in handsome oak create a focal point between Children’s Room and Circulation Desk $5,000
Arched Library Windows (5 remaining): signature arched windows are the ACFL&MH’s defining architectural feature $1,500 ea.
Rectangular Library Windows (7 remaining): tall oak windows account for the Library’s wonderful natural lighting $1,000 ea.
Children’s Room Windows (11 remaining): three sides of the Children’s Room are framed with appropriately scaled oak windows. $500 ea.
Christopher & Kathleen Green Library Tables (4 remaining): lovely oak tables, critical contributors to the Library’s historic character $1,000 ea.
In Memory of Edgio & Ruth Peluso Library Tables (4 remaining): lovely oak tables, critical contributors to the Library’s historic character $1,000 ea.
In Memory of Tom Rutkauskas Library Tables (4 remaining): lovely oak tables, critical contributors to the Library’s historic character $1,000 ea.
In Memory of George Watkinson Library Tables (4 remaining): lovely oak tables, critical contributors to the Library’s historic character $1,000 ea.
Oak Bookshelves (c. 500): a shelf for each family on the Library’s stately 7-foot oak bookcases $100 ea.
In Memory of Chester Brown, Curtis Brown & Joseph Niccolai Civil War Room: a true national treasure: the Capt. Thomas Espy Post of the Grand Army of the Republic No. 153 is one of the seven or eight most intact G.A.R. Posts in the country $100,000
Music Hall: an classically elegant, acoustically excellent c. 500-seat theater, a true regional asset $750,000
Music Hall Foyer: a grand, two-story space with beautifully restored egg and dart molding and new indirect cove lighting for theater audiences to gather, or small receptions $150,000
Music Hall Grand Stairway sweeping ceremonial, double switchback stairway, with rich embellishments are the architectural centerpiece of the Music Hall Foyer $20,000
Gene McGrevin & Carol McGrevin, Ph.D Box Office: the welcoming hub of all Front of House activities $10,000
Music Hall Exterior Doors: new glass panels in this triple set of doors create a grand and welcoming entrance $10,000
Music Hall Vestibule Painstakingly restored plaster reveals handsome vaulted ceilings in this unexpectedly lovely space $10,000
Dana & Susan Craig Music Hall Vestibule Doors: the original swing doors refurbished with glass panels enhance the lightness of the lobby $10,000
Chris W. Brussalis Music Hall Auditorium Doors: the entrance to magical nights of theater, opera, music and more $10,000
Green Room: an essential component of any performing arts center $5,000
Nick & Lorraine Laux Men’s Dressing Rooms: where acts of transformation begin: none more dramatic the the restoration of this basement space! $5,000
Nick & Lorraine Laux Women’s Dressing Rooms: where acts of transformation begin: none more dramatic the the restoration of this basement space! $5,000
Back Stage Utility Room: behind the scenes support for the performing arts $3,000
Music Hall Seats (c.170 still available): comfort and character — the foundation of the performing arts experience $500 ea.
Reception Hall: a gracious room serving as the centerpiece of Library, Music Hall and community programming $250,000
Studio: the gym where earlier generations played basketball transformed into a multi-purpose venue for classes, rehearsals and public programming $100,000
Great Lawn Landscaping: a park-like setting overlooking Carnegie $100,000
Dr. & Mrs. Michael Kutsenkow Classrooms (2): to support library, performing arts and community programming $10,000 ea.
Kitchen: in support of myriad multi-faceted cultural center activities $7,500