Frequently Asked Questions
How much is the rental fee?
The rental fee for use of the venue is $600 for a four (4) hour time period and $50 for every additional hour. This time period includes your set up and clean up time. Half of the rental fee ($300) is due at the time of booking to secure your reservation. The remaining balance is due on the event day.
What does the rental fee include?
The rental fee includes use of the venue, the warming kitchen, white table linens, white linen napkins, standard centerpieces, audio-visual equipment, and an event hostess.
Do you require a security deposit?
A $100 security deposit shall be required at the time of booking. This deposit will be applied to your balance, provided the venue is left in its original condition prior to rental and there is no damage to the premises. If expenses occur from damage or additional cleaning, the deposit will be used to offset the resulting expense. Any remaining balance will be returned to the renter and any further expense, beyond the security deposit, will be the responsibility of the renter.
How many people can the space accommodate?
There are a variety of ways we can configure the room to accommodate up to 120 guests. For meal purposes we can comfortably seat up to 84 guests, a cocktail style arrangement will suit up to 100 people, and a lecture style setting for services, business meetings, or speakers, with a lectern and chair set up, can accommodate up to 120 guests. View our recommended room configurations here.
Can I use any caterer?
For private parties, we offer the freedom to select any licensed caterer of your choice. For funeral luncheons, we have partnered with specific caterers to provide you with an all-inclusive package to simplify the planning process and ensure a seamless transition from service to luncheon.
Can I bring in my own food?
If you do not wish to have your event catered, you are welcome to bring in your own food options and take advantage of the convenient use of our warming kitchen.
Can I bring in alcohol?
If desired, you are permitted to bring in and serve beer, wine, and liquor. If you choose to have alcohol, you are required to purchase a special event insurance policy.