Conference Rooms

Conference Rooms

Room Features and Amenities

The Conference Center is located in the Solstice Building at 1535 Liberty Lane, Suite 114. It is available for use by community groups and other organizations. The Conference Center is managed by Homeword and inquiries and reservations can be made by calling Erin Ojala at 532‐4663 x10.  

The Conference Center is approximately 817 sq. ft. in floor area, not including storage closets and cabinets. The space can be broken down into two or three separate meeting spaces by using room dividers. Conference Room 1 is approximately 336 sq. ft., Conference Room 2 is 204 sq. ft., Conference Room 3 is 204 sq. ft., and Conference Room 2 & 3 combined is 408 sq. ft.

The Conference Room is equipped with

  • Ceiling‐mounted LCD projector with automatic screen
  • Four built‐in speakers throughout the room
  • Wireless internet access
  • 18 five foot tables  
  • 50 chairs  
  • White board wall paint
  • Counter with sink and filtered water
  • Commercial coffee maker with air pots, Hunter Bay coffee and coffee condiments
  • French doors opening to patio
  • Break room with kitchen, stove and microwave
  • Plates, silverware, cups and glasses

Fee Schedule for Outside Groups

Non-profit organizations:
1 ‐ 4 hours……..$25
4 – 8 hours…….$50

For profit organizations:
1 ‐ 4 hours……..$50
4 ‐ 8 hour……….$100  

Cancellation Policy

  • All cancellations should be made with 48 hours of the scheduled time.
  • Cancellations should be made by emailing Erin Ojala at erin@homeword.org or by calling 532‐4663 x10

Scheduling conference rooms

The conference room schedule is managed by Homeword staff.  All reservation requests should be submitted through the Homeword website.  For questions, contact Erin Ojala at erin@homeword.org or by calling 532‐4663 x10.  All reservations are subject to approval with a first-come, first-serve basis with preference given to Solstice commercial tenants.

Equal Housing Opportunity

Homeword is firmly committed to providing access, equal opportunity, and reasonable accommodation in its properties, programs and services, classes, activities, and materials. Please call (406) 532-4663 x10 to request accommodation or to obtain materials in an alternate format, or dial 711 (TTY) for Montana Relay.

Homebuyer education classes, financial education classes, and homeownership counseling sessions are funded in part by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Montana Board of Housing, NeighborWorks Montana, the Montana Department of Commerce, and other organizations and businesses.