Also known as Moss Hall or The Opera House. Built in 1832 by Joseph Hewitt. This was a multipurpose center where dinners, lecture series and dancing classes have been held over the decades. The Colonial Ball, a costume affair, was an annual event and attended by all the prominent residents. The west annex was added in the 1920s and the first floor became the telephone office in 1926. The I.O.O.F. has held meetings in the building since 1872.