1. How much does it cost to rent the hall?
The price is listed below along with what is included for The White House Event Center. All we do is rent the hall with tables, chairs, and basic white linens. You are free to bring in your own food, music, and drinks (alcohol included). You can have as many guests up to 125 seated or 250 cocktail style. If you have fewer guests, you will have additional space to use for a dance floor or lounge area.
The standard rental rate for The White House:
*Larger events are higher than the standard rental rate. They are allotted more time than the standard. Contact us for pricing!
*Each party must pay the 300.00 minimum deposit fee (in addition to rental fees - refunded approx. 15 days after the event if there is no damage or additional cleaning required). Full payment is due 14 days prior to event date.
2. Whats included in the White House Event Center Rental?
14 tables (combination of round and rectangle) / 125 chairs included in price!
Party Extras (pricing upon request): King and Queen Throne Chairs
We do not provide utensils, dinnerware, glassware or toiletries.
3. When can I stop by to view the hall?
We require an appointment to view the hall. Unless there are open house hours.
4. What is the cancellation policy?
Any cancellation shall result in a total retainer of security deposit to White House Event Center as liquidated damages. White House Event Center reserves the right to cancel any event for which full payment outlined above is not received by designated date.
The hall does not offer refund or rain check due to any circumstance if it’s a last minute cancellation. You can reschedule another date if we are notified at least 30 days prior to the original scheduled date.
5. How much deposit is required?
Our policy is first come first serve. We do not hold dates for anyone. A $300 minimum deposit is required to hold and confirm the date of your choice. The balance is due 14 days prior to your event. You are subject to cancellation if balance is not paid in two full weeks prior to the event unless you notify and are confirmed by a White House Event Center representative.