Vert Complex

The Vert Complex is home to the Arts Inspiration statue by Steven Lloyd Neal and The Dreamer statues by Michael Booth, which are part of the Pendleton Bronze Trail walking tour. 

Vert Auditorium
480 SW Dorion
Pendleton, OR 97801

The Vert Auditorium is located at the east end of the City Hall/Library complex. The auditorium seats 800 and has a 40' x 34' stage. It is the home of the Oregon East Symphony and Kiwanis Kapers, as well as many other community events. For pricing and reservations, please call Parks at 541-276--8100.

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Vert Club Room
345 SW 4th St.
Pendleton, OR 97801

The Vert Club Room entrance is downstairs on the 4th Street side of the Vert Auditorium.  The room is 74' long x 36' wide with a fireplace and access to kitchen services. It is a versatile space that can be used for a wide variety of events, from meetings to receptions. There is a shared, warming kitchen between the Club Room and the Little Theater. For pricing and reservations, please call Parks at 541-276--8100.

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Vert Little Theater (Gymnastics Studio - Unavailable for reservations)
345 SW 4th St.
Pendleton, OR 97801

The Vert Little Theater entrance is downstairs on the 4th Street side of the Vert Auditorium, and the room is across the hall from the Vert Club Room.  The space is 40' long x 37' wide with a with a stage area of 14' x 37' and the room has access to kitchen services. A little more casual than the Club Room, it still provides plenty of function for your event.  For pricing and reservations, please call Parks at 541-276--8100.

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