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Cumberland Community

Events Center

We've Moved!

Current News:

Now the new foundation is being poured. We are raising funds to pay for this important next step. You can see the sad state of the outside; its current condition seems worse than before the move. This not-so-beautiful structure badly needs attention to restore it to its original condition. Then it will be a lovely addition to the neighborhood again.

In case you missed it, on October 17 and 18 the Cumberland was moved to its new location at Santiam and Pine in Albany. Transport took place over two days to minimize overtime costs. Workers got the building over the railroad tracks on Sunday. The building finished its journey and was  rotated into final position by winch on Monday. (Video clips are available on Facebook.)

A new roof is needed soon. Painting will probably be scheduled within the year. 

Watch the progress & keep in mind that it all takes money to make this happen. Please make a generous donation today! Because every dollar counts!

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Our Mission

To preserve Albany's heritage by restoring Albany's Cumberland church building

and to promote the social well-being of the community by re-purposing it as a community events center.

Other News

Check out the latest projects and progress on our website and on Facebook.

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Photo by Dan Bateman

Emmert International moved the building - all in one piece!*

  * the steeple has been removed for restoration and will be reattached,

with the original bell installed, after the move.

Our design team is led by Varitone Architecture and includes

  • K&D Engineering, civil engineers,

  • FEI Testing & Inspection, geotechnical engineers, and

  • McGee Engineering, structural engineers.

  • Gerding Builders LLC, the construction manager providing pre-construction services.

This historic building was relocated to recently purchased property

at 520 Pine Street SE in Albany, Oregon

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In the News

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  • The Cumberland Church building was approved by the state of Oregon as a "Historic Building."

      Read the article in the Democrat-Herald 

  • The Albany Landmarks Commission awarded the Cumberland a 2020 Preservation Award

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  • The Cumberland Community Events  Center purchased land at 520 S.E. Pine Street from the city of Albany to save and relocate the Cumberland Church building

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