People often reach out for ideas for free meeting space, so we wanted to capture a list (incomplete for sure) of free and paid meeting spaces in the area. This is an incomplete list for sure. Please feel free to message me with your additions.

In addition to this list, I would invite you to consider the experience your guests might have in any of these spaces. If you are charging for your event, what story is your location telling about your business? The experience they have at your event will speak volumes about your business and brand. Choose wisely.

Mill Creek Newsroom

They have a standard sized conference room that seats 5-10 people, with sliding French doors for privacy. It is available for to reserve any time Monday – Friday 8am – 8pm, and Saturday 8am- 7pm.

Kenmore Hangar. They have multiple rooms that are available for free. They cannot be used for paid events. They have a coffee shop on site.

Sno-Isle Libraries – There are multiple locations all over the county that offer free space of varying sizes. There are a number of rules for how the space can be used and how often. Please visit the website to learn more.

Local restaurants that have meeting rooms

There are some great local restaurants that have separate rooms for meetings. You could contact them individually to find out about their requirements/budgets, etc. These venues do not allow outside food and beverage. I have personally attended meetings at ALL of these locations!

Original Pancake House Bothell

Bob Burgers and Brew Everett

Diamond Knot Mountlake Terrace

Shawn O?Donnell’s Everett

Lombardi’s Mill Creek and Everett –

Emory’s on Silver Lake –

Paid options:

InSpark Coworking offers conference rooms and event space. Free parking, bring in your own food and the best rental rates around! (Call for availability!)

Rose Hill Community Center – This space is a beautiful location with lots of open space and parking!

Then, there are the usual subjects –

Lynnwood Convention Center and local hotels. They will likely have the most flexibility and availability AND be the most expensive options. There are benefits to that, of course.