Co-op Meeting Room

There are two meeting rooms on the 3rd floor of the Co-op Building. This is where our free workshops and classes are held. We also allow community service groups and non-profit organizations to reserve the rooms, for free, on a case-by-case basis.


Little-known, but very fun fact: the Co-op has three floors!

On the third floor, you’ll find the Co-op’s Administrative and Finance offices, as well as two community meeting rooms. Both community meeting rooms may be reserved and utilized, free of charge, by community groups and non-profit organizations. If you’re a community service or action group, education group, or non-profit, give us a call!

We do not accept reservations for personal meetings, counseling services, parties, sales meetings, attorney-client meetings, etc.


Room 309: This is where all Co-op workshops & classes take place. There is a large conference table that seats 10. There is additional seating space for 20 people. This room has a microwave, sink, water cooler, several tables, chairs, and white boards. It also has a large screen TV that can be hooked up to your personal computer or our DVD player (provided) to show films, presentations, etc.

Room 310: This room has tables and chairs to fit 12 people. It has a white board and water cooler.

If you would like to request to use a community room, please call our Marketing & Community Outreach Director, Nicole, at (360) 336-5087, ext. 136. Priority is given to Co-op workshops and staff meetings. You may also fill out the form below, and we will contact you with questions and/or to confirm your request. **Please note, rooms fill up quickly so we do ask for at least a week notice for room reservations.

If your group is using one of the Co-op community rooms, be considerate of our shoppers’ needs and park along the street or two blocks away along the revetment.


 

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Conference Room Use Request Form
Please note: this form is simply a request form. We will contact you with further questions and to let you know if your request has been granted. Please review our community room use guidelines above. Community Rooms may be reserved by community action/service groups and non-profit organizations only.