The Hindu Temple of Wisconsin offers different facilities to suit its Community’s needs.
The HTW Auditorium
The Hindu Temple Of Wisconsin auditorium is located below the main temple and has a capacity of 350 people. The auditorium is equipped with top of the line Sound system, projector and stage lights. This auditorium can be rented by the HTW Community for private functions or events. Reservations can be made by contacting an office manager through phone or in person either in the evening hours or during the weekend. For further details, please refer to the Rental Request Form available via the link below. auditorium
The HTW Kitchen can be booked by the HTW Community for their events at the temple. Cooking at the temple involves planning for people, activities and ingredients. Actual execution on the day of cooking also involves interacting with people, managing finances and following temple procedures. Please visit the Cafeteria page of this website to view the HTW Cooking Guidelines document. It gives an idea of what is involved with cooking at the temple and gives guidelines on planning as well as execution. It also provides guidelines on using the common equipment in the temple kitchen. For further details, please refer to the Rental Form + Agreement.
Non-profit Community Groups (such as Tamil Sangam, Maharashtra Mandal, Bengali Society, etc.) affiliated with the Temple can also rent Temple facilities to host their function. Details on the Rental Form + Agreement can be found by clicking on the link.
The Jain Temple Auditorium
The Jain Temple auditorium is located on the main level of the Jain Temple and can accommodate about 50 people. This auditorium can be rented by the HTW Community for spiritual seminars or lectures. Reservations can be made by contacting the HTW office manager. For further details, please refer to the Rental Request Form available via the link below.
To book a facility, please call the HTW Office at (262) 695-1200.
Rental Form + Agreement (Kindly Fill out, Print & Submit this form to the temple office)