Meeting Rooms

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Meeting rooms are by appointment only and are not available to groups at this time.


Our library is full of great spaces for studying, meeting, and gathering.  Meeting rooms are made available to the public without cost on an equitable basis - regardless of beliefs or affiliations.  All of our spaces are physically accessible, as per ADA standards, and have Wi-Fi access.

Reservations

Reservations are required for use of meeting rooms, and are available on a first-come, first-served basis from the time the Library opens to 15 minutes prior to closing.

Annual, monthly, and weekly reservations are permitted, but consecutive daily reservations are not.  Events and organizational meetings can make reservations up to 1 year and advance, while individuals and small groups may make reservations up to 90 days in advance.

The Library may limit the duration of reservations to 3 hours during times of high demand, but otherwise does not restrict the duration of meeting room use.

Please see our Meeting Room Policy for information about limitations on reservations and prohibited use.

Available Spaces

  • The Community Room is an event space that seats up to 40 people and has a smart TV that can be used for presentations.
  • The Eagle Room is a conference room that seats up to 12 people and has a smart TV.
  • Study Room A can seat 4 people.
  • Study Room B can seat 4 people.
  • The Tinker Studio – This space contains equipment for DIY technology projects such as media digitization, video editing, and producing audio.

As a space with a dedicated purpose, the Tinker Studio is not typically available as a study or meeting room, but may be reserved for technology projects.The library has two meeting rooms available for community programs or book discussions.

Additional presentation materials, such as a lectern, microphone, or whiteboard may be available upon request.

Setup & Cleanup

While you are welcome to arrange spaces as needed for your use, please leave rooms clean and in the configuration that they were found.  The library does not provide setup or equipment operation services, so be sure to allow for ample setup and cleanup time in your reservation.

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