You can’t go wrong when you book your business event or reception in the beautiful O’Shaughnessy Dining Room in Providence Spirituality & Conference Center.
O’Shaughnessy Dining Room was voted Best Reception Hall in the Tribune-Star newspaper’s 2010, 2012, 2013 and 2014 Readers’ Choice contest. Also, Providence Center Sunday Brunch at the Woods by Sodexo was selected by Tribune-Star readers as Best Brunch in the Wabash Valley in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014.
O’Shaughnessy Dining Room can accommodate up to 450 people for buffets, formal dinners and dances. The large, open room is as perfectly suited for a wedding reception as it is for a business luncheon. A portable dance floor is available.
$600 (6 hour block of time)*
Friday and Sunday
$125 an hour*
Monday through Thursday
$100 an hour*
*This includes free parking and the use of the Lobby during O’Shaughnessy events. Other fees may still apply. Does not include catering, taxes and any special set-up fees. Security is extra and may be required.
What about food options?
Find out about our catering services.
Other things to know!
Please see the Facility Usage Guidelines for information about using O’Shaughessy Dining Room, the Providence Center lobby and conference room.
Visa and MasterCard are accepted as methods of payment.
A deposit of $400.00 is required within 30 days of receiving your contract.
There is also a Certificate of Insurance required at a fee of $20.00.
Security service is required for groups of 100 or more or for groups serving alcoholic beverages. A second guard is required for groups of 250. The security fee is $20.00 per hour per guard.
For more information about renting Providence Spirituality & Conference Center facilities, contact Providence Center facilities manager Tiffany Watson at 812-535-2946 or e-mail TWatson@spsmw.org or call 812-535-4531 (automated attendant – press 1) or 1-877-268-2946 (toll free).
*Only square tables are already available in O’Shaughnessy Dining Room. If you have special needs or requests, you will need to contact the Providence Center Associate Director.
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