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    Meet in the Heart of Lynnwood!

     
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  • Sponsored

    Meet in the Heart of Lynnwood!

     
    POSTED September 15, 2022
     
  • Sponsored

    Meet in the Heart of Lynnwood!

     
    POSTED September 15, 2022
     
  • Sponsored

    Meet in the Heart of Lynnwood!

     
    POSTED September 15, 2022
     
  • Sponsored

    Meet in the Heart of Lynnwood!

     
    POSTED September 15, 2022
     

The Lynnwood Convention Center is a premiere event venue located 15 miles north of downtown Seattle. With 34,000 square feet of flexible meeting space that can accommodate large meetings, weddings, galas, seminars, corporate gatherings, product launches and private parties of up to 650, the Lynnwood Convention Center delivers on value, innovation and excellence.

Flexible Space

Our 34,000 square feet of flexible event space is the perfect backdrop for your upcoming event. Meeting for 20? Banquet for 650? Presentation for 1200? Our venue allows you to create an immersive and memorable experience for your attendees with a variety of creative layouts all under the same roof. Whether this means carving out space for small breakout meetings, large buffet areas or dance floors, we recognize the importance of a space that can easily convert to accommodate changes on the fly. Explore floor plans and virtual tours.

Extraordinary Cuisine

From breakfast buffets to elegant black-tie events and everything in between, the food at the Lynnwood Convention Center is a gourmet experience you don’t want to miss. Our food and beverage expertise extends from a casual morning coffee break for 25 of your closest friends to elegantly catered events for up to 650 people. In every instance, we’ll create a menu to meet your needs and budget. Leading our culinary team is Executive Chef, Michael Felsenstein, who’s been at the LCC since its opening in 2005 and has worked in 4-star hotels and restaurants all over the country.

Convenient Location

The Lynnwood Convention Center is conveniently located at the apex of I-5 and I-405, just 7 miles south of the Paine Field Airport Terminal. With 400 free parking spaces, attending an event is easy. Guests can also stay connected with free Wi-Fi. 

Sustainability

The Lynnwood Convention Center is committed to reducing our environmental impact and driving business value. We believe that our broad venue network and deep guest engagement uniquely position us to raise public awareness about environmental sustainability issues. Snohomish County's Zero Waste goal is to divert 100% of waste generated from ever reaching the landfill through increased recycling, composting, and waste reduction by 2025. The Lynnwood Convention Center has taken important steps to move forward with this initiative, as well as setting additional goals to meet by 2023. Read more about Sustainable Operations at the LCC.

The average event-goer spends long days sitting in meetings or professional development sessions, followed by an hour or two of standing and sipping cocktails. But holding your next big event at a spa resort opens a realm of possibilities for wellness breaks. Moving the action from the boardroom to the steam room can improve morale by combining business with pleasure—while also boosting attendees’ health. 

 

 Seattle is young and ever evolving, a dynamic city where newness is an integral part of the culture. And it has a long, proud history of hospitality.

In the early 1850s, Chief Seattle welcomed strangers to the banks of Puget Sound. Because of his kindness, they named their new settlement on Elliott Bay after him. “Seattle is a new city with an ancient culture,” notes Ken Workman, Chief Seattle’s great, great, great, great grandson. “It’s less than two grandmas old, as we like to say.” 

 

Many see Portland as a progressive city. No event venues are likely more in line with that world view than the two run by Ecotrust Events. Ecotrust, the events branch’s overarching nonprofit, leads a staggering number of social equity, economic opportunity, and environmental programs, from supporting Native American land rights to building intergenerational wealth for Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) individuals. What does this have to do with hosting a corporate meeting? Everything.