La Crosse Performing Arts Center Building Named

The board of directors of the La Crosse Performing Arts Center
have announced

that the building will be named Weber Center for the Performing Arts in honor of Don and Roxanne Weber and their family for their generous support and commitment to the project. Don Weber, who is the founder and CEO of Logistics Health Incorporated, provided an initial donation of land for the new performing arts center

in 2010. According to the LPAC board, the Webers’ ongoing and enthusiastic support helped assure the success of the facility which is scheduled to open later this month.


The Weber Center for the Performing Arts is an $8 million facility featuring a 450-seat main theatre, a 100-seat black box theatre, classroom space, and offices. A series of events are planned to introduce the Weber Center culminating in a community open house Sunday, January 20th from 1–3 p.m., which will feature tours of the facility. The Weber Center is a collaborative venue supporting the missions of La Crosse Community Theatre and Viterbo University.

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