No, our kitchen is a commercially licensed kitchen, and you must have a Minnesota licensed caterer if you wish to use the kitchen. The kitchen currently does not have a working stove or oven.
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The Civic Center is closed on national holidays: New Years Day, Martin Luther King Day, Presidents Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving and Day after, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
Yes, you may bring in your own food and non-alcoholic beverages. Or, you can use the caterer of your choice.
Yes, but you must contract with a vendor on our Approved Alcoholic Beverage Providers list to provide and serve the beverages.
Yes, but you must contract a vendor on our Approved Alcoholic Beverage Providers list to provide and serve the beverages.
It pays for a Coon Rapids police officer to provide security for the last four hours of your event.
No. Due to various reasons none of these items are allowed.
Yes. They must be contained in some sort of votive or glass.
Yes. Friday or Saturday nights music must end at midnight. You must cognizant sound levels so you are not disturbing other renters.
No. Tape and tacks damage the surface of the walls, requiring repair afterward.
Plan your celebration so you have time to decorate within the contracted rental time. If you need to decorate earlier, include this time in your rental agreement.
Decorations may be hung from the ceiling.
You may bring your own decorations that are not glitter or tacked or taped to walls. Decorations may not be hung from the ceiling.