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Kenneth J. Minnaert Center Main Stage

2011 Mottman Rd. SW
Olympia, WA 98512
360-753-8586

The Kenneth J. Minnaert Center is located on the Olympia campus of the South Puget Sound Community College.

Parking at the Minnaert Center and the South Puget Sound Community College is free. The parking lots closest to the Minnaert Center are A, G, and H.
For a map of the Olympia SPSCC Campus, click here. The Minnaert Center is building 21 on this map.

For box office hours and information click here.

Upcoming Events

March 2017
March 22 At 7:30 pm

SPSCC Artist & Lecture Series: The Donny McCaslin Quartet

World renowned saxophonist Donny McCaslin will join keyboardist Jason Lindner, drummer Mark Guiliana, and bassist Tim Lefevbre for a jazz experience unlike any other. McCaslin, a two-time Grammy Award nominee and innovative collaborator, is known…

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March 25 At 7:30 pm

SPSCC Artist & Lecture Series: An Evening with Chopin

In partnership with the Lacey - Mińsk Mazowiecki Sister City Association, we welcome talented Polish pianist Jacek Nazarczuk to perform an ode to 19th century Polish composer Frédéric Chopin. Nazarczuk will be joined onstage by…

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March 26 At 2:00 pm

Ebb & Flow Film Showing and Reception

  Ebb and Flow - A Japanese/American family, an oyster and how they influenced Pacific NW history. This film follows 93yr old Jerry (Eiichi) Yamashita’s recounting of the family history to…

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April 2017
April 29 At 2:00 pm

Studio West Dance Theatre presents Giselle

  Studio West Dance Theatre presents the Olympia premier of the supernatural, time-honored classic, Giselle - the preeminent example of 19th-century balletic Romanticism.  Giselle, a beautiful peasant girl, is deceived in love by the aristocrat…

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April 29 At 7:00 pm

Studio West Dance Theatre presents Giselle

  Studio West Dance Theatre presents the Olympia premier of the supernatural, time-honored classic, Giselle - the preeminent example of 19th-century balletic Romanticism. Giselle, a beautiful peasant girl, is deceived in love by the aristocrat…

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May 2017
May 18 At 7:30 pm

SPSCC Artist & Lecture series: Jennifer Finney Boylan

Professor Jennifer Finney Boylan, author of one of the first bestselling works by a transgendered American, is widely praised for her advocacy and work in the global LGBTQ+ community. Boylan will speak about transgender themes…

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June 2017
June 11 At 3:30 pm

Olympia Chamber Orchestra: Summer Concert

More information to come.

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