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Jacob Smith House and Lacey Community Center

Lacey Community Center located at Woodland Community Park 6729 Pacific Ave. SE
Lacey, WA 98503

Jacob Smith House and Lacey Community Center

The City of Lacey offers two beautiful Lacey wedding and event venues.

The Lacey Community Center on Pacific Avenue is a convenient and spacious place to have your Lacey wedding reception. With a large banquet area that can be condensed into thirds, it can accommodate your party, big or small. It features beautiful vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, and doors that open to a lovely terrace overlooking a tranquil lake. This waterfront wedding venue supplies tables (round and rectangular), a portable stage, and a fully-equipped kitchen (including flatware, plates, and glassware).

The Jacob Smith House is a piece of local history. If you want a vintage wedding venue, this is the place to hold it. Located in Lacey Corporate Center, this Greek Revival-styled structure was built before the Civil War in 1859 and is the oldest home in Lacey. The backdrop of this historic Lacey home, now wedding venue, is situated atop a small hill is a view of majestic Mount Rainier. What better way to begin your life together than with a beautiful, scenic view and small piece of history. 

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