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Welcome to Facility Rental Services
Facility space and services to ensure your event runs smoothly.
Welcome to Hopkins Public Schools' Facility Rental Services. Hopkins Event Services boasts state-of-the-art facilities on the grounds of Hopkins Public Schools and various locations within the city of Hopkins. We offer conference rooms, auditorium and theater space, training facilities, banquet space, and room to host any athletic event. Our expertly trained staff assist during every step of the way to ensure your event runs smoothly.
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- District Facilities
- Lindbergh Center
- Hopkins Center for the Arts
- Facilities COVID-19 Preparedness Plan
- Pricing Information & Facilities Handbook
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Eisenhower Community Center Theater
The Eisenhower Community Center theater is a 465-seat theater space with a proscenium stage, presentation lighting, and audio/visual support. For more information about this theater, view the Eisenhower theater fact sheet.
Hopkins High School Little Theater
An older, more intimate theater, The Little Theater is a 280-seat venue with a thrust stage and state-of-the-art equipment. View the Little Theater seating chart. The Little Theater boasts theatrical lighting with 48 channels of dimming, 24 channels of audio reinforcement with CD and cassette playback, and dressing rooms. This space is popular with theater production groups and variety show groups. For more information about this venue, see the Little Theater fact sheet.
From corporate parties and family celebrations, to athletic banquets, craft fairs, dining events, and other exhibits, our contemporary banquet spaces cater to both elegant and casual gatherings.
Each of our banquet spaces have a sound system and large projector screens, so events such as workshops, appreciation dinners, and reunions are easily accommodated. When we bring in staging, the space transforms into an ideal place for a DJ to set up for father-daughter dances or wedding receptions.
Hopkins High School Dining Room
A rounded space outlined with windows has provided the setting for events such as athletic banquets, appreciation dinners, retirement dinners, and family celebrations.
Oakwoods Room at Eisenhower Community Center
A rectangular space that measures approximately 48'x 89' with large windows overlooking a marsh, the Oakwoods Room has hosted events such as a multi-day autism workshop, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, Girl Scout father/daughter dances, craft fairs, and a variety of other banquets.
Our space can accommodate groups looking to meet once, weekly, or monthly and come equipped with modern technology upgrades and food availability. Our event centers cater to groups as small as 10 or as large as 200. Some of our meeting spaces also have separate rooms for breakout sessions.
The Eisenhower Community Center offers three floors of meeting rooms with a variety of layouts. All conference rooms have large whiteboards installed, with the majority equipped with LCD projectors and digital screens. For more information about the spaces available, view the Eisenhower Community Center floor plan and capacity chart to see which space best fits your needs.
The Eisenhower Community Center has spaces to host cooking and computer trainings.
The Royal Pantry
Our cooking facility, The Royal Pantry, offers a demonstration island, spacious kitchen, top-quality equipment and appliances, and a bistro-style dining area. Ask about trained chefs for your event! Need a space to host a computer training?
The Eisenhower Community Center has a computer lab that is installed with the latest technology. A mobile computer lab cart is available to rent with or without a trainer.
The Lindbergh Center is a partnership between Hopkins Public Schools and the City of Minnetonka and offers 92,000 square feet of fitness space to both city and District residents. The state-of-the-art facility boasts ample meeting spaces, a wide variety of exercise equipment, volleyball and basketball courts, 2,800 seats for events, a 300 meter walking and jogging track, and both men's and women's locker rooms.
For more information about the facility or becoming a member, contact the Lindbergh Center at 952-988-4519 or email Bruce Broaden at Bruce.Broaden@HopkinsSchools.org.
Are you looking for Hopkins Public Schools' athletics information? Visit the high school athletics site.
2400 Lindbergh Drive, Minnetonka
(The day after Labor Day through graduation)
Building and Indoor Track:
Monday through Friday: 6 a.m.-10 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
Sunday: 10 a.m.-10 p.m.
Weight and Cardio Room:
Monday through Friday: 5 p.m.-9 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday: 6 a.m.-7:15 a.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m.-2:00 pm
(The day after graduation through the day after Labor Day)
Building and Indoor Track:
Monday through Thursday: 6 a.m.-10 p.m.
Friday: 6 a.m.-6 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Weight & Cardio Room:
Monday through Thursday: 3 p.m.-9 p.m.
Friday: 3 p.m.-5:30 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday: 6 a.m.-7:30 a.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Lindbergh Center closes annually for the following holidays and events: New Year's Day, Memorial Day Weekend, HHS Graduation (early June), Independence Day, Cleaning Week (early July), Labor Day Weekend, Thanksgiving, Friday after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year's Eve.
You can enroll in person at the Lindbergh Center or mail in a completed membership form. Please send the enrollment form to:
2400 Lindbergh Drive
Minnetonka, MN 55305
We accept cash or check only. Membership badges must be picked up in the Lindbergh Center office.
Please note that the Lindbergh Center main doors are locked between 7:45 a.m. and 2:45 p.m. on school days. To access the fitness center during this time, you must enter through the Hopkins High School main entrance.
Membership now includes Open Swim at the Eisenhower Community Center pool.
Lindbergh Center Membership Pricing
*Membership prices are an annual fee, with the exception of a Daily pass.
Types of Users
Resident: a resident of the Hopkins School District or the city of Minnetonka. Photo identification is required for proof of residency.
Non-Resident: all other users.
Family: two or more participants residing in the same household.
Senior: any adult age 60+.
Student: any child age 12+ that is not currently enrolled in the Hopkins School District or residing in the City of Minnetonka. Hopkins School District students must present their student ID upon entry.
Types of Use
Basic: includes open gym (when applicable), the indoor walking/jogging track, open swim, and community locker rooms.
Complete: includes the use of the weight room and cardio room plus all Basic access.
Open swim is available on Saturdays, beginning Oct. 27 through March 16, 2019. The pool is open from 1-3 p.m. for all open swimming participants. For more information about swimming, please call the Lindbergh Center main office at 952-988-4519.
Eisenhower Community Center Pool
1001 Highway 7
Hopkins, MN 55305
Please present your Lindbergh Center membership card at the Eisenhower Community Center reception area. An adult swimmer (18+) must accompany all youth swimmers. District students must present their student ID.
District employees who would like to book space for District events at the Hopkins Center for the Arts should email Dre Jefferson at Dre.Jefferson@HopkinsSchools.org or call 952-988-4071.
For all other use requests at this facility, please contact:
Hopkins Center for the Arts
Hopkins, MN 55343
Hopkins Community Education and the Lindbergh Center are committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for our staff and users. We have developed this COVID-19 Preparedness Plan in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
We work with your budget
Rental fees are determined by the classification of your organization and are calculated on a per hour basis. Rental time begins at the determined entry time and ends at the projected completion of the event.
- Class A: Hopkins School District sponsored activities requested by a district staff member or program.
- Class B: Youth-serving public agencies or organizations, charitable, and other youth nonprofit serving organizations.
- Class C: Fraternal/service organizations, faith communities (services, educational and recreational activities) and special interest groups not having nonprofit status.
- Class D: Individuals, private agencies, companies, and vendors using District facilities for commercial purposes or for profit.