OUR MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of The Howland Cultural Center is threefold:
- To protect and preserve this historic building, designed by Richard Morris Hunt and commissioned by his brother-in-law, Civil War General Joseph Howland in 1872, and placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972;
- To maintain a cultural center for the community which promotes the arts and to encourage people to include the arts in their lives;
- To serve the community by welcoming groups to use the Center for their special events, i.e.: meetings, recitals, fundraisers, ceremonies, workshops, parties and more.