Meetings, Conferences, and Workshops
Lewis & Clark hosts selective meetings, conferences, and workshops. The historic campus is well-situated to accommodate small and mid-sized groups for both traditional and specialty events such as annual meetings, group retreats, and networking events.
Meeting Package and Event Support
Our Conferences and Events team consists of dedicated professionals who will assist with planning and implementing your program to ensure its success. Our day meeting package includes the venue, catering package options, complimentary parking, basic audio-visual equipment, and in-stock tables and chairs. Our campus is equipped with Wi-Fi, and our staff of information technology professionals can provide help and guidance with accessing and using technology on campus.
Lewis & Clark’s food service provider, Bon Appetit, is available to provide on-site catering. Visit their website for menus and pricing.
And be sure to check out the wider city of Portland—we’re only six miles from downtown. Have more time? Consider exploring the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest. A one- or two-hour drive from Portland will take you to rugged mountains, coastal beaches, volcanoes, high deserts, old-growth forests, and more.
Lewis & Clark’s meeting and conference spaces are versatile venues that can accommodate a variety of events both large and small. Conferences can be held in a single building or multiple locations that are all within walking distance. Clients work one-on-one with a professional event coordinator to plan events from start to finish.
For smaller meetings, we have many media-equipped rooms to accommodate your specific needs. Each meeting facility is equipped with wireless Internet and comfortable accommodations.
For larger groups, Lewis & Clark offers three auditoriums with sloped seating and air-conditioning:
Evans Music Center Auditorium with capacity of 400, a large stage, ADA seating and excellent acoustics
Council Chamber in Templeton with capacity of 220, and built-in projection capabilities
Miller 105 lecture hall with capacity of 90, a presentation stage, and built-in projection capabilities
Agnes Flanagan Chapel
Built in 1968 and updated in 2010, the Agnes Flanagan Chapel features a magnificent Casavant organ, seating for 500 people, and stained glass windows. The chapel renovations include a new, elevated stage, a sophisticated sound and lighting system, and ADA accessible restrooms.
Diane Gregg Pavilion
The Diane Gregg Pavilion attached to the chapel features an open design and potential for seating nearly 140, making it a flexible venue and a lovely setting for meetings and workshops.