The Baker Municipal Building Auditorium is available for rental to individuals and organizations. It measures 110 feet by 81 feet and has a capacity of 650 people. Events anticipating attendance above 650 must be reported prior to the event.
(30) 64-inch round tables
(40) eight-foot-rectangular banquet tables
Large pull down screen
Use of the auditorium kitchen
NOTE: We do not supply ice. There is an extra fee for use of the sound system.
Rental includes setup of the tables, chairs, podium and sound system (if fee is paid for use), as well as clean-up after the event. The rental hours begin at 7:30 a.m. and end at 2:00 a.m. Security must be arranged if the event includes serving or the consumption of alcohol.
How to Rent the Auditorium
To rent the auditorium, please see someone at the receptionist desk in City Hall located next to the Utility Billing Department. Please bring a check or money order to cover the deposit and a valid driverís license or picture ID. The Baker Municipal Building Auditorium hours of operation are from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
We only accept checks or money orders.
If alcohol is being served, security is needed. Security must be arranged with the Baker Police Department. Upon payment, a letter indicating that security has been arranged will be provided. The security letter must be presented upon or before final payment is made on the contract.
Final payment must be made at least one week prior to the event. Payments made less than thirty days before the event must be made by money order.
Cancellations must be made in writing a minimum of thirty days before the event or the entire balance of the contract is due and owed.
Deposits are refundable only with a notice of cancellation received in writing a minimum of thirty days before the event and if the auditorium is subsequently re-rented.
For more information regarding the rental of the auditorium, please contact (225) 778-0300
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