The Griswold Center is a large, open space that occupies the entire first floor of our building. The room can be divided into three sections and has plenty of natural light flooding in through the many windows. This makes it an ideal location for anything from meetings to presentations to classes or workshops.
The big screens are available so you can project your presentation on them, as well as a microphone system with cables and stands if needed. There are also tables and chairs set up throughout the room so you’ll always have enough seating options for your guests! There are bonus storage cabinets just outside the room for different purposes.
Because the room is so large, There are no limitations on food or beverages. Coffee pots, cups, and other supplies are available in our staff break-room just outside of this room so make yourself at home!
Projection screen/projector/cables/stands, tables & chairs, air conditioning, and heat. Electricity access. Water fountains are located directly next to the rooms as well as a kitchenette area with the coffee pot and dishes nearby.
Air conditioning, heat & water fountains; special room rates for early birds, late night and weekends; parking options of free parking available so no need to worry about that either.
The Griswold Center hosts a variety of different types of events throughout the year including business workshops, classes, meetings, and presentations. If you’re looking for an affordable and centrally located space in eastern Connecticut that can accommodate anything from small gatherings to large parties then this might just be the perfect location for your next event!
There’s plenty of free parking available on-site as well. The Griswold Center is a multi-purpose facility dedicated to providing quality programs and services to people 55 years of age or older and their spouses, regardless of age. All programs are also available to all adults over 18 years of age after member registration.
Griswold Center is located on the outskirts of Griswold. The building features Victorian-era items including furniture, clothing, and toys that reflect what life was like for a family at the turn of the 20th century.
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The exterior looks almost out from an old black-and-white movie scene. Come visit us today!
Worthington, Ohio is blessed with some of the state’s most amazing, must-see landmarks. Here’s a list of some of our favorites:
- Jeffers Mound
- Peggy R. McConnell Arts Center of Worthington
- Griswold Center
- Orange Johnson House
- Walnut Grove Cemetery
- The Old Rectory
- The Ohio Railway Museum
- McConnell Arts Center
- Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
All of these wonderful landmarks are located just a short distance from our central location at 65 East Wilson Bridge Road in Worthington! Stop by for a visit anytime!