Reserve a meeting room
Use of the Library’s Meeting Rooms is governed by the Meeting Room Use Policy, which outlines eligibility requirements, activities permitted, and fees.
Available rooms include:
Morrell Meeting Room: Our largest room seating 12-140 with surround sound system and video projector, nearby restrooms, kitchen access, separate entrance for before/after hours use. Fee: $25/hour nonprofits, $40 minimum; $35/hour for admissions charging events, $50 minimum.
Seminar room: On the second floor, room with table and chairs; comfortably seats 15. This is in the quiet part of the library, with neither extra restrooms nor food service facilities. Access only during library hours, no earlier than 9:30 am and no later than 15 minutes before closing. Fee: Donation.
Curtis Underground: In the basement, room with tables and chairs; comfortably seats up to 25-30. This is a newly finished space ideal for crafts and activities, with neither restrooms nor food service facilities. Access only during library hours, no earlier than 9:30 am and no later than 15 minutes before closing. Fee: Donation.
Study Rooms: On the second floor, we have four rooms for two people and one room for up to five people, each with a work surface and chairs. Fee: None. Reservations can be made up to one week in advance by calling the reference desk at 725-5242 x503, or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To reserve a room: