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Meetings & Special Events

To host an event you must be a Member or be sponsored by a Member – our Sales & Catering Staff is happy to assist.

Special Events
You'll find Westchester Country Club to be an unparalleled setting for your special occasions. Our enviable array of architectural features and beautiful settings is certain to captivate your guests for a special anniversary or birthday, reunion, gala or other highly-anticipated event for you and your loved ones.

The Club is especially sought after for these landmark life events. We specialize in crafting a unique and special event for all those wishing to celebrate their union here with us. Whether a Member or a sponsored guest, we invite to you the Club for a truly memorable experience.

Biltmore Room
This one-of-a-kind space is decorated in warm tones and features three beautiful crystal chandeliers and stunning detailed plasterwork capturing the exquisite style of the 1920s. An attractive permanent awning covers a private terrace, great for pre-dinner receptions or its own event. Step down from the Terrace onto our outdoor Terrazo dance floor and band shell, a particularly lovely space for wedding ceremonies and/or dining under the stars. The Biltmore Room alone accommodates up to 250 with a dance floor. There is a minimum of 165 Guests on Saturday nights.

  • 160 classroom style
  • 350 theatre style
  • 250 dinner dance
  • 320 seated meal
  • 350 reception
Westchester Room
The Club’s second ballroom, the Westchester Room, also retains its history encased in rich wood and surrounded on three sides with spacious terraces overlooking the award-winning golf courses. The Westchester Room accommodates up to 170 with a dance floor. There is a minimum of 100 guests on a Saturday night.

  • 120 classroom style
  • 220 theatre style
  • 160 dinner dance
  • 200 seated meal
  • 250 reception
The Salons
For smaller meetings, breakfast, lunch or dinner our Salons offer an intimate, private settings that can accommodate up to 30 people.


  • 30 Conference Style
Bowman Salon
  • 20 Conference Style
Travis Salon
  • 12 Conference Style

To contact our Sales & Catering Department please e-mail sales&

New York State Covid-19 Guidance Regarding Events

We are abiding by all New York State Guidelines regarding Covid-19 and the hosting of events. The most recent State-issued guidance for in-person events is below.

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced on June 15 that COVID-19 restrictions are lifted immediately as 70 percent of New Yorkers aged 18 or older have received the first dose of their COVID-19 vaccination series. The State's health guidance and New York Forward industry specific guidelines—including social gathering limits, capacity restrictions, social distancing, cleaning and disinfection, health screening, and contact information for tracing—are now optional for retail, food services, offices, gyms and fitness centers, amusement and family entertainment, hair salons, barber shops and personal care services, among other commercial settings. 

Unvaccinated individuals continue to be responsible for wearing masks, in accordance with federal CDC guidance. Consistent with the State's implementation of the recent CDC guidance, masks are still required for unvaccinated individuals. Further, the State's health guidelines continue to be in effect for large-scale indoor event venues, pre-K to grade 12 schools, public transit, homeless shelters, correctional facilities, nursing homes, and health care settings per CDC guidelines.

The State's COVID restrictions remain in effect for large-scale indoor event venues—now defined as indoor venues that hold more than 5,000 attendees. Consistent with the State's implementation of the CDC guidelines, proof of vaccination can be used to eliminate social distancing and remove masks for fully vaccinated individuals. Unvaccinated or unknown vaccination status individuals who are over the age of four must continue to present proof of a recent negative diagnostic COVID-19 test result and wear masks within the venue. However, social distancing can be reduced or eliminated between tested attendees, allowing venues to reach 100 percent capacity in all sections.

With the removal of the State's minimum standard for reopening, businesses are free to choose to lift all or some restrictions, continue to adhere to the State's archived guidance, or implement other health precautions for their employees and patrons. Businesses are also authorized to require masks and six feet of social distancing for employees and patrons within their establishments, regardless of vaccination status. Any mask requirements that businesses choose to implement must adhere to applicable federal and state laws and regulations, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act.