Set for our Anniversary Gala.
The stage at the front of the auditorium.
The rear of the room.
The folding chairs are included with the room.
The room set up for a concert.
The Barthelmes Auditorium
The German Society built its Versammlungssaal (Assembly Hall) in 1888 for lectures, concerts, special events and general meetings of the Society membership. Today, it is a perfect setting for large dinners or parties, corporate events, and wedding receptions. The Hall was named in 1999 for Albert and Hete Barthelmes who made possible the renovation of the Society's elegant 1888 library reading room, as well as the four plaster electric chandeliers that are original to the room. The ballroom has a 13' wet bar near the main entrance with refrigeration units. Rental of the room also includes the use of 23 folding tables and 240 folding chairs, as well as a commercial-grade kitchen and a catering prep room.
Dimensions: 62' x 43' (2666 sq. ft.) floorspace, 14' x 43' (602 sq. ft.) stage
Seated Dinner: 200 people
Cocktail Reception: 250 people