Meeting Rooms

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Our library is full of great spaces for studying, meeting, and gathering.   Light refreshments may be served in the meeting rooms.  Please refer to the Meeting Room Policy for details.  Library sponsored events take precedence for meeting rooms.  Permission to use Library facilities does not constitute an endorsement of a group or its beliefs.  Meeting rooms are made available to the public on an equitable basis - regardless of beliefs or affiliations.


There are no fees for use of library meeting rooms for nonprofit and volunteer groups. For-profit groups are charged $20/hour for use of library meeting rooms.

Reservations are required for all groups.

Setup & Cleanup

The library does not provide setup / cleanup services. Please allow for ample setup and cleanup time in your reservation. Setup prior to reserved times is prohibited. Chairs should be re-stacked and returned to the storage closet along with any table(s) used.


Reservations are required for use of Meeting Rooms.  Organizations may make reservations for use of the room up to 90 days in advance.  Please see the library’s Meeting Room Policy for further detail regarding room use and reservations.

Study Rooms

We have two small-group study rooms for adults and teens (9th grade and up. Study rooms can be booked up to two weeks in advance.  Study rooms seat four to six people.  Each room is equipped with a study table, chairs, outlets, and wireless network access. When not reserved, rooms are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Sign-up upon arrival is required. The library does not restrict the amount of time the rooms can be used, except during times of high-use when use may be limited to three hours.

Meeting Rooms

The library has two meeting rooms available for community programs or book discussions.

The Community Room

  • Seats up to 40 people
  • WiFi
  • A smart TV and HDMI or VGA/Audio cable hookups*
  • Microphone and sound system

* Please bring your own laptop with an HDMI or VGA port or adapter. To play a Blu-ray DVD, please bring a laptop equipped with a player.

The Eagle Room

  • Seats up to 12 people
  • WiFi

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