Eastmorland Community Center

Developing space and spirit for life in the Eastmorland Neighborhood 

Duck lying next to a rainbow welcome mat in front of a red door.

Mission Statement

The Eastmorland Community Center was founded on a vision of bringing people together for life-giving work. Our mission is to create space for the collaborative life of the neighborhood. We value the arts, education, and social justice work for what it brings to the lives of the residents of Eastmorland and our school community. We strive to support groups and programs engaged in valuable life-affirming work and to be a gathering place for people to come together in community. We value bringing people into the life of the building as a whole so that we build community as we create a hub for the amazing things happening in the Eastmorland Neighborhood. 


Upcoming Events 


Tunes on the Triangle - 25 August 2024

Community Thanksgiving - 28 November 2024



Community Partners

Community gathering at Common Grace.

A ministry of Lakeview Moravian Community Church & Zion Faith Community (ELCA). We believe that building relationships of love, compassion, and mutual care will help bring peace and justice to our neighborhood and the world. 


Two actors rehearsing their lines.

Presents year-round classic theater in Madison and surrounding communities. Since 2016, MSC has rehearsed performances large and small in our building, transforming almost every square inch of the grounds into a throne room, battlefield, or lovers’ hideaway at one time or another. 


A not-for-profit community theatre–primarily volunteer run–whose mission is to celebrate and advance queer representation through theatre written by and about LGBTQ+ persons. StageQ was founded in 2001 in order to provide a stable home for gay and lesbian-themed plays in the broader Madison community. StageQ is a resident of the Bartell Community Theatre where we produce 3-5 productions annually. We serve as a home for queer artists to tell their stories on stage and allow queer audiences the ability to see themselves and their lives represented on stage. 


Stage Q actors dressed up and marching in a parade while holding a banner. A badger mascot is walking with them.
A display of goods sold by the Ethical Trading Company.

A volunteer-run, non-profit. They sell fair trade items produced by former victims of human trafficking and artisans in places of extreme poverty. Proceeds from these sales go to support programs that do the work of offering sustainable living wages and education in impoverished areas, domestically and globally. They make fair trade goods available locally offering a shopping alternative to Amazon and other online shopping.