Due to the library being temporarily closed, Room Bookings have been discontinued for the time being. Thank you for your understanding.
Our Board of Trustees and staff are excited to offer a number of specially-designed rooms that accommodate a variety of learning needs and styles to our library community. These include the Community Room, the Craft Room, two conference rooms (the Diana Gabaldon Room and the Agatha Christie Room), and three study rooms (the Shirley Jackson Room, the Maya Angelou Room, and the Emily Dickinson Room).
Please remember, when booking your room, to account for extra time to set up the room ahead of your event and clean up afterwards.
Our Community Room holds large-scale workshops, classes, meetings, and events that give community members opportunities to connect, discover, learn, and grow. Events educate participants through lecture, performance, conversation, play, and hands-on work. This room holds many library-sponsored events, and we welcome applicants from community groups of up to 118 people to hold meetings and events in this space. This room may be divided in half to accommodate two smaller groups at once.
If you have any questions, please contact our Community Room Coordinator, Deb, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 444-2314. Please allow 72 hours for you booking to be approved.
Our two conference rooms accommodate meetings and group work for groups of up to 10 people. This gives our community the opportunity to have conversations and solve problems together in a neutral space.
Our three study rooms are for students of all types, be they in formal programs or self-directed. Students working alone, with a tutor, or in groups of up to four people will find a space in which to focus and learn.
Our Craft Room is where we get messy. This is a flexible space designed for creativity, play, and hands-on learning and creation. This room holds many library-sponsored events, and we welcome applications from formal and informal community groups of up to 12 people who would like to explore their creativity in this space