Meeting Rooms can be reserved for civic and local non-profits. The Library offers two rooms for meetings; the smaller of the two is the Historical Room (which can accommodate up to 15 people) and the larger Tarbell Room (which accommodates up to 50 people).
Meeting room use must be scheduled in advance with either the Library Director or Assistant Library Director. You may call the library to request a room reservation. The proposed meeting must not conflict with scheduled library activities.
There is no fee for use of meeting rooms during normal library hours. When the library is closed, use of meeting rooms must be negotiated with the director. The fee schedule for meeting room use when the library is closed is $25 per hour, with a minimum of 3 hours. If a person must act as security, $20 per hour fee with a minimum of 3 hours will be charged. A non-refundable deposit of up to 50% of the total estimated fee may be required in advance.
Rules of Use:
Any group authorized to use the library for a meeting shall observe the following rules:
- The number of attendees shall be limited to fifty (fifteen in the Historical Room)
- No admission charge shall be made.
- Smoking is not allowed.
- The serving of food and/or beverages will be allowed only by prior consent of the Library Director or Assistant Library Director.
- The meeting room must be left in a clean and orderly state at the conclusion of the meeting.
- For meetings held at a time when the Library is normally closed, a library staff member or a Trustee must be present.
- The group conducting the meeting must pay an hourly fee for use of the meeting room when the library is closed.
Equipment reservation must be made at the time of the room reservation. All equipment provided is complete, and in good working order. The group is responsible for the costs of replacing any missing parts and/or repairing any damage to the equipment.
- LCD projector
- Sound lectern
- Dry erase board and flip chart