RENTAL INFORMATION:

  • Meeting Room
    • $15/hour, with $25 refundable deposit
    • Free for non-profits
  • Commercial Kitchen
    • $100 rental with $100 refundable deposit
  • Use of the gym (no tables/chairs) 
    • $20/hour, minimum 2 hours
    • Great for practices & rehearsals
    • May-Oct Quinceaneras: 11 practices (2 hours) for $100
  • Events in the Gym (includes tables/chairs)
    • $25/hour, minimum 2 hours
    • $100 refundable deposit

  • $95 liability insurance fee may also apply
  • ​The Guadalupe Center is handicap-accessible

1200 East 9th Street, Scottsbluff, NE 69361

​Contact: (308) 632-2845

Guadalupe Center Outreach: How we help the community. 

  • Cultural enrichment programs and activities:
    • Events include the Annual Fiesta (held close to the traditional Fiesta de Independencia), the Dia de los Muertos Penny Carnival, the December Guadalupe Festivities and the Cinco de Mayo Celebration.  
    • Los Guadalupanos Folklorico Dancers preserve the traditional Mexican folk dances from various cultural regions within Mexico.  
    • Traditional Aztec dancing (matachines) for the Guadalupe festivities 
  • A Community Center:
    • Community input meetings facilitated through the church, the City of Scottsbluff and Panhandle Area Development District.  
    • Planning meetings for improvements in southeast Scottsbluff and the East Overland business district. 
    • Southeast Scottsbluff Neighborhood Association
    • Veteran's Park Community Garden Steering Committee. 
    • Community meetings on anti-bullying. 
    • Scotts Bluff County polling site for primary and general elections. 
    • Visits from the Omaha Mexican Consulate 
  • Physical Nourishment:
    • the All Star Athletes dinner (20+ years)
    • Thanksgiving in the Valley provides a meal for those less fortunate or just lonely on that day. (35+ years)
    • Christmas Dinner in the Valley: a traditional holiday meal for the less fortunate and lonely on Christmas Day.  (since 2015)
  • Physical Activity and Wellness:
    • The Mardi Gras 5k Run/Walk promotes healthy living in a sedentary time of year, gathering people of many backgrounds for an outdoor event.  (since 2015) 
    • Sports Practices/tournaments
    • Guadalupe Boxing Club
  • Educational Enrichment:
    • Citizenship classes (since 2016)
    •  Informational programs about legalization and immigrant rights,  coordinated with Nebraska Appleseed and Saint Mary's Immigration Program
    • Western Nebraska Community College programs:
      • English as a Second Language (ESL),
      • General Education Degrees (GED)
      • after-school tutoring, computer and internet access. 
      • Summer Youth Academy for underprivileged and minority youth of Scottsbluff and surrounding areas