The Mayfield Cultural Center serves Bollinger County with accessibility to the arts, to encourage creative growth through innovative educational programs, and to offer an inclusive environment for artists and community members to meet, exchange ideas, and create art.
Will Mayfield College
The Museum is housed in the Art and Science Building; one of two buildings that remain on the former Will Mayfield College Campus, a school founded in 1878 as the Mayfield-Smith Academy under the sponsorship of the St. Francois Baptist Association, in Sedgewickville, Missouri, by Dr. William Henderson Mayfield and Dr. H. J. Smith. In 1880 the school was relocated to Marble Hill, Missouri, where classes were held at several locations until land was acquired and a two-story masonry building containing four large class rooms was completed in 1884. The name of the school was changed to Will Mayfield College in 1904 to memorialize William Henderson Mayfield's son Will, who died of tuberculosis not long after graduating from the school.
Whether it be a casual employee luncheon, sophisticated cocktail party or an elegant wedding our full service banquet facility, chapel and auditorium with state of the art stage, sound and light system can meet your needs. Our knowledgeable staff will be on hand to provide support and advice throughout your event. The Mayfield Cultural Center has a full service banquet facility with seating for 30 to 125 guests. We feature 2 private rooms and a large outdoor space.
Our historic building includes 2 private banquet rooms (one seats 50 guests, one seats 125 guests). We have facilities for outdoor receptions and ample parking! Reasonably priced for weddings, showers, rehearsal dinners, brunches, graduation parties, retirement parties, family & class reunions, bachelor/bachelorette parties, sit down dinners or BBQ's.