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PISVC Event Space Rental

Located at Steele Indian School Park near Central Ave and Indian School Rd in Phoenix, AZ, the PISVC venue space is available for events and community meetings, with three flexible meetings spaces and a commercial kitchen available to community members and organizations alike.

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Meeting & Event Space Rentals in Phoenix, AZ

The Phoenix Indian School Visitor Center features three flexible meeting spaces, a conference space accommodating up to 110 people, a board room accommodating 8-12 people, a classroom with a capacity of 25 people, and a commercial kitchen facility, all provided at an ideal location in Central Phoenix, AZ.

These spaces are all available for rent by individuals and organizations alike as the perfect setting for consistently successful events, community gatherings, tribal meetings, and classes.

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