The Billy Frank, Jr. Conference Center is our primary gathering place.
An 1,800-square-foot room with a lofty ceiling and exposed beams, our conference center can divide or open to accommodate ten to 200 people. Come hatch your next big idea, build new partnerships, explore what matters to you, dance, feast, and celebrate any occasion, small or momentous. At night and on the weekends, you can overflow your event beyond the conference center into our atrium and up to our rooftop terrace. Let your imagination run wild. Conference center details
Who is Billy Frank, Jr.?
Billy Frank, Jr. was a Nisqually Indian from Olympia, Washington who was arrested more than 50 times in the 1960s and 1970s while fighting to uphold tribal fishing rights. In the decades since, he became one of our country’s most sincere and effective voices for clean water, flourishing salmon populations, and collaboration rather than isolation. Billy Frank, Jr. passed away on May 5, 2014. We honor him with our primary event space.