Talbott Event Center

COVID-19 Reopening Guidelines

The Talbott Event Center will reopen at a limited capacity to allow business meetings, training, and testing. See the Reopening Guidelines Page for more information. 

We are excited to have you back! 

Event and Meeting Space

4202 South Regal, Spokane, WA 99223 

North Wing: Panorama, Bi-County, Whitman, and Spokane rooms
The north wing of the event center houses an expansive hall that can be divided into four individual spaces to accommodate both small and large events. Each room is equipped with an integrated audio/visual system including wall mounted 90" monitors, a windows laptop, handheld or lapel microphones, and Zoom video conferencing. The north wing seats 10 - 120 with tables and chairs, or up to 200 for standing receptions, depending on room layout and combination. 

South Wing: Ramsay, Putnam, Schultheis rooms
The south wing features two smaller meeting rooms and one larger space. Each of these rooms includes a windows computer, ceiling-mounted projector, and speakers. In addition, the Schultheis room features a PA system and its own kitchenette. All three rooms can be equipped with zoom video conferencing equipment upon request. The south wing seats 10 - 84 with tables and chairs, or up to 142 for standing receptions, depending on room layout selection.

Questions? 

Quincey Miracle
Event Center Coordinator
V: (509) 323-2788 
C: (509) 251-9143
reservations@esd101.net
https://www.talbotteventcenter.com/contact

History of the Event Center

The original 5,100-square-foot south wing of the event center was built in 2001, then expanded with an 8,000+ square-foot north addition in 2018. The south wing was simultaneously remodeled to create a physically and aesthetically united venue.

The names associated with the Talbott Event Center carry considerable regional significance. The building itself is named after former NEWESD 101 Superintendent Brian Talbott, Ph.D., who led the agency from 1982-98.

The J. Leigh Schultheis and Carl Putnam rooms are named after former NEWESD 101 board members renowned for their long and distinguished careers in public service. The Deb Ramsay room is named in honor of a NEWESD 101 employee who was the agency's esteemed director of technology and design services until her death in 2017.