“The space is absolutely stunning! The staff are so helpful and nice.”
“The price can not be beat in the Portland area. Everything about this place was perfect for our wedding. I saved a bunch of money on decorations because the venue didn’t need a thing!”
Over 4,000 square feet of event space. Rich interior colors, soft lighting, 14′ ceiling and beautiful maple floors define the spacious ballroom to create a warm and charming environment.
Your rental of Polaris Hall includes the main ballroom, bar/salon, dressing room, spacious cafe room/kids room, warming kitchen and catering prep room. The ballroom offers a stage, sound system and theatrical lighting. The entire space is equipped with central heating and air conditioning. ADA accessible.
Saturday rates range between $2,600 for 100 guests or less to $3,000 for 200 guests. Non-Saturday Discount Rates between $2,200 for 100 guests and $2,600 for 200 guests. Rates are for 8 consecutive hours, including set-up and break down. (Clients can purchase extra time). We provide tables and chairs as well as their set-up and break down. We can also provide simple beverage options for your event.
Additional in-house catering and customized bar service by ANCHOR LIGHT EVENTS.
Outside catering options.
Polaris Hall can accommodate all types of events. We are open to your creative ideas and welcoming to all...
Please inquire about partial day rentals --
Non-Weekend hourly rates start at $300 for less than 100 guests.
635 North Killingsworth Court
Portland, OR 97217
Located on the corner of Borthwick Ave. and Killingsworth Court. Just a few blocks from Interstate 5 (exit 303), nestled in a historic North Portland neighborhood on the edge of the PCC campus. Cute vintage shops, restaurants, and coffee shops abound.
What is this charming old building?
Originally built in 1930 by the Odd Fellows - the first culturally diverse, working class fraternal organization in Portland. Men from “every rank and station” did work in the name of “friendship, love and truth” here, as did the great women who subsequently bought the building and operated it as the North Star Ballroom, where people fell in love, raised money for good causes, and gathered as communities for the last several decades.