Built. Abandoned. Reborn. The Stissing Center in Pine Plains, New York, was built in 1915. Abandoned in the 1980's after decades of mixed uses, it was bought at auction in 2014 and donated in 2015 to Pine Plains Memorial Hall, Inc., a newly-formed nonprofit organization dedicated to the renovation and reopening of this cultural and civic center; renamed The Stissing Center in 2019.
The doors opened in August 2019, with a community Grand Opening Celebration and Wynton Marsalis on our stage for a benefit concert.
There's much left to do to finish The Stissing Center. Renovation for a second performance space, The Cellar at the Center, is underway. Funding is need to complete it. And, a very large project will follow, to complete renovations to the top floor of the building. This will allow TSC to offer workshop and incubator space, an art gallery, and space for collaborative programming.
Our space is available to rent for private or corporate parties, film production, music videos, rehearsal space.
Meet with us. Share your passion for the arts. Live music, theatre, film, dance, spoken word... civic functions and special events... The possibilities are endless. We invite you to join us. Join us for a show. Join us as a volunteer. Join us as a supporter or corporate sponsor.
Impact. Partner. Create.
The Stissing Center seeks to positively impact our community by partnering with artists, individuals, and organizations to create meaningful programs, events, and opportunities. As a center for diversity, culture, and civic life in a small town, The Stissing Center aims to support local economic revitalization and job creation in Pine Plains and the surrounding Hudson Valley region.
The Stissing Center is a DBA of Pine Plains Memorial Hall, Inc., a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization in Pine Plains, New York. Federal Tax ID: #47-3035907
Thank you for your interest.
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Beverages: Wine, Beer, Soft drinks.
Capacity: 250 +
Contact and Location Info
|Location:||2950 Church Street|
|Pine Plains, NY|
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