Discover the elegance of The Power Center. Recently renovated, The Power Center boasts of sophisticated accommodations, The Power Center Kitchen features a five-star chef who prepares exquisite culinary delights for an intimate dinner of four or to a banquet hall of 1,200 guests. Our highly trained professional sales and event planning staff provide full-service coordination of all social events.

When you choose The Power Center for your next social event, the Grand Ballroom is the place where your guests will experience elegant and intimate dining, dancing and merriment. Many of our guests return for the unique amenities such as themed cocktail breaks in between or prior to your gala or party and fully staffed reception in our flawlessly decorated decor.

The versatility of the Grand Ballroom will amaze you. From sterling silver table settings draped with silk table linens, elegant centerpieces, ice sculptures, and special props to include the decoration selections of your choosing.

The Power Center has been the hosts of many social events for schools, universities, fraternal organizations, corporations, and dignitaries. Be the next guest to enjoy a grand social event at The Power Center.

Banquets
We offer an elegant ballroom that holds up to 1100 people in a banquet style setting and is the perfect place to host numerous events such as banquets, birthday celebrations and anniversary parties. >>>more
Religious Ceremonies
Religious events are times to celebrate! When you have a wedding, confirmation, bar or bat mitzvah or any religious celebration, we can help you celebrate in style with ease! >>>more
Corporate Events
The Power Center is able to accommodate an array of corporate events, ranging from company holiday parties, silent or live auctions and dinner receptions, to trade shows, fashion shows and concerts. >>>more
Social Events
We specialize in all events from weddings, family reunions, military homecomings, and family gatherings such as birthdays and anniversaries, bridal showers and baby showers to… >>>more
Graduations/Proms
No matter what age you are, graduating is a big deal, so have a graduation party to commemorate the accomplishment. Obviously graduating from high school or college is more difficult, but a kindergarten or grade school graduation party is also a nice reward for your child. >>>more
Workshops / Seminars
The Power Center is the ideal location for conferences, seminars, workshops, classes and meetings for professionals, students and the community. >>>more
Quinceañera
A momentous occasion deserves the perfect atmosphere. There is no place is more appropriate for a memorable Quinceanera than The Power Center! >>>more
Vendor Expos
Conveniently located The Power Center is a popular home to Expos and Vendor Fairs. Our attractive, one-level, multi-function building… >>>more

EVENT TIPS

Tip 1
Use a Fishing Tackle Box for a Supply Kit… Purchase a fishing tackle box and put any miscellaneous items you would need for your meeting (pens, stapler/staples, paperclips, box cutter, scissors, Velcro, batteries, sewing kit, emergency kit etc.) and emergency kit. Everything is organized and in one spot to help save time when needed. Make sure you have a list of contents and restock the tackle box when you return home before you find yourself at the next meeting and something is missing.

Tip 2
Plan ahead. Make up a plan early in the process of organizing an event and stick to it. Have several back up plans in case your original idea just won’t work with the budget or timing. Never assume everything will work itself out. Go over all details at least twice and make checklists to help keep you on track.

Tip 3
When you host an event that has lots of kids and families, it’s important to keep their needs in mind. Consider having an activity table with some simple crafts and coloring pages for any younger kids.

Tip 4
Visit the venue the day before your event. Envision how you want attendees to experience the event. What signs need to be in place to avoid confusion? Where should you station staff? Basically, you want to understand what your guests will see from the time they walk into the venue to the registration table to the actual event. Feel matters. And the only way to anticipate how your event will feel is to walk a mile in your guests’ shoes.