DE PERE (NBC 26) — The Mulva Cultural Center in De Pere is officially open.
Mulva's leadership team held a ribbon cutting Friday morning to celebrate the grand opening. It included comments from center co-founder Miriam Mulva and De Pere mayor James Boyd.
The center has an auditorium, gift shop and classrooms. A gourmet restaurant will be added next year.
The cultural center is a $100 million project and is 75,000 square feet.
De Pere neighborhood reporter Karl Winter got a first look in the Mulva Center on Tuesday. You can watch his story HERE.