As of May 9, 2022, the meeting and study rooms have reopened. Please use the Evanced Reservation System to request a room. See details below for who can reserve a room and other policies governing use of the space.
About the Meeting Rooms
The library's meeting and study rooms are available at no charge during library open hours, except as noted in the Library Meeting Room Policy. Meeting rooms are available for non-profit community groups, including civic, charitable, educational, religious, and other public service groups, when not in use for library purposes. Rooms can be booked up to three months in advance and will only be booked for adults. Youth groups may use the rooms if a responsible adult is present at all times.
Our room reservation system allows you to view our schedule, as well as submit your requests for meeting and study rooms. E-mail the library with questions or submit an applicationrequest online.
Display Case Directly across from our meeting rooms you will find two large display cases. These cases are for both library and public use. If you would like to display an interesting collection, artwork, historical memorabilia, or other items, please download the application and submit it via e-mail, fax, or in person.