In response to the current COVID-19 outbreak and in accordance with state and federal recommendations to encourage social distancing and avoid group gatherings, the Maple Corner Community Center has decided to cancel all events, classes, meetings, workshops, and rentals until further notice.  Please direct any questions to maplecornercc@gmail.com. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience as we move forward. We look forward to re-opening once we’ve weathered this storm.  If the MCCC can be of assistance to you during this difficult time, please let us know.

Located in the heart of Maple Corner, the MCCC has been an important community hub for generations.  From potlucks and knitting circles to concerts and movie showings, there is always something fun happening in Maple Corner!  Please visit us on Facebook, or have a look at our Calendar for upcoming events.  If you want to host an event here, check out our Rates & Reservations page.

While there are dozens of Maple Cornerites who volunteer their time and energy to make the Community Center the resource that it is, none of it would be possible without the tireless effort and dedication of the Maple Corner Community Center Board of Directors:

Dirk Van Susteren – President
Steve Sweeney – Treasurer
Andrew Nemethy – Secretary
Carolyn Morton
Debbie Clark
Jamie Moorby
AnneMarie John
Peter Burke

Operations Manager: Jamie Moorby (maplecornercc@gmail.com)

If you are interested in joining the board, or otherwise volunteering with the Community Center, please be in touch!

Our Building:

MCCC Horses

Our two story building was originally a hardware store and black smithing shop in Gospel Hollow, about a mile and a half down the road.  It was purchased by the Maple Valley Grange in 1920 for $175, at which point it was disassembled and moved to it’s current location.  Read a lot more about it’s history on our History Page.

The building has been modernized over the last century and even now features high speed Wireless Internet. The MCCC is fully ADA accessible including a lift to get to the second floor and an ADA accessible rest room.

The  main floor features a recently refurbished kitchen with a 6 burner, high BTU stove, large oven, double door fridge with freezer, 100 cup coffee pot, and complete table settings for 64 (including dishes, silverware, glassware, serving dishes, and serving utensils). While we have miscellaneous baking sheets, pots & pans we recommend bringing your own if you plan to cook a big meal.

The 10 dining room tables can comfortably seat 8 people each on our iconic antique wooden dining chairs. Tables may be -rearranged in a variety of configurations to seat large parties.

MCCC Table Setting

The far end of the downstairs is a “living room” area with a rug, a couch and comfy chairs for a more intimate gathering. Below, a group of kids share their “Creatures” at the annual Fall Foliage Festival Creature Contest.

mccc kids

Our upstairs has a large stage with a curtain, stage lighting, and sound system. At the front of the stage we have a pull down screen and projector for films, slideshows or presentations. The refurbished hardwood floors and chandelier lighting make the upstairs perfect for anything form dance parties to yoga sessions. Upstairs capacity is 99, and there are plenty of folding chairs stacked on the stage.

In summer months, the backyard features a picnic table and a play structure with slide, swings, sandbox and much more.  Perfect for a kid (or adult) Birthday Party!

mccc playground