Whether it be Board Meetings, Luncheon Seminars, Business Receptions, Weddings and Receptions, Rehearsal Dinners, Election Watch Parties or Retirement Parties, the Junior League of Little Rock's Headquarters is just what you're looking for! Choose from one of six available rooms accommodating groups ranging in size from six to 375 guests.
The Junior League of Little Rock purchased the historic three story building located at 401 South Scott in downtown Little Rock in May, 2001 and after a million dollar renovation occupied the building in April, 2002. The thousand member Junior League uses the building as its headquarters for meetings and community projects. The Ballroom, Banquet Room and four meeting rooms are available for public rentals.
The brick building has served as the headquarters and clubhouse for three prominent social and charitable groups for the last 93 years. Built by the Elks Club, later owned by the Woman's City Club, and now by the Junior League of Little Rock, the building remains true to its original design. The building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.