Port Huron Town Hall
Each year, Port Huron Town Hall presents a series of five programs on Monday mornings at 10:30 am at the McMorran Place Theater. The celebrity performances cover a range of topics of interest to the community. In conjunction, Port Huron Town Hall offers a Luncheon Series available to those holding lecture tickets. The luncheons offer an up close and personal visit with the celebrity and an opportunity to have your questions answered. Many celebrities also welcome autographs or photos.
Port Huron Town Hall, a non-profit corporation, was founded in 1955 with the object of presenting lectures and entertainment for cultural, educational and charitable purposes. Port Huron Town Hall has presented over 300 programs and has given a total of $155,000 to designated non-profit organizations dedicated to St. Clair County. Port Huron Town Hall is an independent corporation operated by a board of 23 directors elected by its active membership. The Board is responsible for all Town Hall activities and funds. Its members serve on a volunteer basis.