The mission of the Spencer-Penn School Preservation Organization is to provide an educational and special events center for Spencer and surrounding communities by preserving the structure, facilities, artifacts and history of the Spencer-Penn School. We envision a facility that provides programs to inform people about a variety of subjects, allows them to experience a variety of performing arts, and provides entertainment and healthy activities for their families. This facility also provides a place where they can celebrate special events in their lives.
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State Road 684; P.O. Box 5471
Martinsville, VA 24115
Phone: (276) 957-2222
This facility is operated in a nondiscriminatory manner with regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status, age or handicap. Complaints of discrimination may be sent to the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250.
Show Off Your Photos! It's time again for the Spencer-Penn Centre's Fall Photo Exhibition. The Exhibition is open to amateur photographers and now includes a category for young photographers who are not yet in high school. Show off your photos in a wide range of categories! Registration is November 2 and 3; judging will take place on November 4. The Exhibition runs throughout November and ends just in time to use your best photo as a Christmas present. Click here for complete Exhibition rules.
Barbecue Connoisseurs Pig Out at Spencer-Penn. Read about the Centre's 2015 Pig Cookin' Contest in this Martinsville Bulletin article.
Spring 2015 SPC Photography Competition Winners Announced. See the complete list here.
Spencer-Penn Receives Tourism Marketing Grant. The Centre has used a grant from the Martinsville-Henry County Economic Development Council's Tourism Division to erect a new sign on U.S. Route 58. The sign, provided by Ridgeway Signs, will be used to promote the Centre's events and rental facilities.
Memorial Brick Campaign. Please help the Spencer-Penn Centre renovate the lower-level main entrance by donating a paving brick engraved in honor or memory of a family or community member, or a former student, or in recognition of your contribution to the success of the Centre. For a donation of $100, the Centre will lay a single brick in the entrance walkway that can accommodate 3 lines of text of 18 characters per line. A double-sized brick accommodating up to 6 lines of 18 character swill be laid for a donation of $200. Our goal is 150 bricks, with donations going to help us improve handicap accessibility and repair a water drainage problem at the Alumni Hall entrance. An application for brick donation can be downloaded here. As always, your generosity is greatly appreciated.