LINCOLN, R.I. (WPRI) — Kirkbrae Country Club will not be able to host weddings and other large-scale indoor events until at least Sept. 30 after a fire ripped through the venue last month.

The club is working to find comparable venues for all of the weddings that were scheduled through July 31, according to Kirkbrae Chief Operating Officer Mike Bradshaw.

For weddings scheduled from Aug. 1 to Sept. 30, the club will refund all deposits and payments.

Club leaders said Wednesday at a news conference 46 weddings were affected.

“In the summer months, I’d put the number around 100 as far as smaller-scale, larger-scale events we’ve had to unfortunately relocate or cancel,” Bradshaw said.

The cause of the fire remains unclear and the club’s fire protection systems are up and running, according to Lincoln Assistant Fire Chief Robert Fisher.

“The major portion of the damage is in the kitchen area, there are other water damage and smoke damage throughout,” Fisher said.

“We will be moving some of those smaller events across the street, we have a tent that’s being set up over there,” Bradshaw added.