Welcome To Monroe Hall

Santa Rosa’s social hall for dances and gatherings since 1922.

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Party Time at Monroe Hall

Santa Rosa’s social hall for dances and gatherings since 1922.

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Welcome To Monroe Hall

Santa Rosa’s social hall for dances and gatherings since 1922.

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Welcome To Monroe Hall

Santa Rosa’s social hall for dances and gatherings since 1922.

Read More

Welcome To Monroe Hall

Santa Rosa’s social hall for dances and gatherings since 1922.

Read More

Welcome To Monroe Hall

Santa Rosa’s social hall for dances and gatherings since 1922.

Read More

Welcome To Monroe Hall

Santa Rosa’s social hall for dances and gatherings since 1922.

Read More

Welcome To Monroe Hall

Santa Rosa’s social hall for dances and gatherings since 1922.

Read More

Welcome To Monroe Hall

Santa Rosa’s social hall for dances and gatherings since 1922.

Read More

Welcome To Monroe Hall

Santa Rosa’s social hall for dances and gatherings since 1922.

Read More
  • Events

    Check here for one time live events at Monroe Hall.

  • Classes

    Monroe Hall has a variety of ongoing exercise classes, dances and more daily. Check here for general information or check the calendar for particulars.

  • Rentals

    A 2,700 square foot dance hall comprised of a hardwood maple floor, intimate cafe area, dining room, and kitchen with Wolf Range.

About Us

On February 5, 1915 nine women of the Monroe district of Santa Rosa, California gathered together to form the Monroe Neighborhood Clubhouse. Meeting in homes, local halls and even chicken houses, these gatherings soon became work parties when WWI arrived. The women took up their knitting needles, sewed, set up jelly, and helped the Red Cross meet the needs of our troops. Seven years later, on April 27, 1922, the present hall was built and founded by the membership of the Monroe Neighborhood Clubhouse, whose numbers now reached thirty-four.

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Upcoming Events

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  1. Mitch Woods & His Rocket 88s

    Saturday, Nov 18 6:30pm

    Mitch Woods and His Rocket 88s have been the torchbearers of a great American blues musical heritage for two decades.

    Taking their inspiration from the great jump n’ boogie out ts of the late 40s and early 50s, they breathe fresh life into the music that gave birth to rock n’ roll. Woods styled his group after the jumpin’ n’ jivin’, shoutin’ n’ honkin’, pumpin’ n’ poundin’ bands of Louis Jordan, Wynonie Harris, Joe and Jimmy Liggins, Amos Milburn, and Roy Milton. Adding a healthy dose of New Orleans rhythm and blues, piledrivin’ piano, and some of his own contemporary playful lyrics, Woods and His Rocket 88s forge their own brand of music they call “rock-a-boogie.”

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  2. Mark St. Mary Louisiana Blues & Zydeco Band

    Saturday, Nov 25 6:30pm

    When it comes to down home creole music,
    Mark St. Mary and his band are the real deal.
    Awarded the “Best Zydeco Band” in 2007 by Bay Area Blues Society and crowned “The Delta King” at the Isleton Crawfish Festival, Mark’s been playing his traditional style of Zydeco music since the age of 12.
    Singing in both English & Creole French, Mark knows what it means to “Laissez les bon temps rouler!”

  3. St. Nicholas Christmas Craft Faire- a Holy Dormition Orthodox Church Family Festival

    Saturday, Dec 16 12:00pm - Saturday, Dec 16 5:00pm

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The MonRoe Club

With progress now we stand. And we'll build it up. Yes we'll build it up. With the help of every hand. And when e're we combine There's a social time. Awaiting for us all. Hurrah! Oh Hurrah! For the Monroe Neighborhood Club

– Circa 1915