Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center’s Arts & Education Building
Located on 510 acres of pristine habitat in Queen Anne’s County along the eastern shore of the Chesapeake Bay, the Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center offers a wonderful setting for your event that is contemporary, functional, and immersed in nature.
Our “green” facility located in this tranquil setting is perfect for:
• Small Wedding Receptions
• Seminars & Conference Meetings
• Birthday, Anniversary, Retirement Parties
• Business Events
• Training Programs
• Community & Fundraising Events
Our rental facility features:
• Views and access to varied habitats of the Chesapeake Bay
• 2,000 square feet of space
• Max Capacity for up to 120 people for a wedding
• Certified “green” building
• Lovely wrap-around porch
With serene breathtaking views of our eco-pond, gardens, and natural wetlands, this venue incorporates nature into your event. Make the Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center the destination for your special occasion!
For more information, please contact Vicki Paulas directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
ATTN: We are still taking reservations for weekday meeting rentals in 2017 however we have very limited availability.
ATTN: We will not be renting either picnic pavilions for kids birthday parties, scout groups or other functions for the 2017/2018 season. Sorry for the inconvenience.
We are currently taking wedding reservations for 2018. We will not be taking bookings for 2019 until April of 2018. We do not hold weddings on-site from Mid-November through April or on Holiday Weekends.
You must have a CBEC membership in good standing in order to rent the facility. Wedding rates for 2018 are $2500 and you have use of the facility from Friday at 9am-Sunday 3pm. Wedding rates/terms are non-negotiable. Facility rental is on a first-come, first-serve basis. See calendar below for availability. (Disclaimer: Calendar is updated monthly and not on a daily/weekly basis and does not reflect inquires already in the process of booking.) Calendar Last Updated: 8.22.17