Library provides meeting, conference, and study space for educational,
literary, philanthropic and civic purposes free of charge.
use of these spaces must meet the goals and objectives of the Board of
Trustees in providing for the informational, educational, and cultural
needs of the community.
Meeting Room Policy
is reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. Applications
must be on file before a meeting or conference room is officially
Applications may be submitted in person at the Information Desk on the
Main Level, by FAX at 508-764-5428, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
(Debbie Gendreau). Phone
reservations are not accepted. Applicants will be
notified by phone or e-mail once the application has been approved.
No application is needed to use
study room - please note that study rooms are available by asking at
the Information Desk on a
first-come, first-served basis and cannot be reserved in
View meeting room descriptions
a copy of the meeting and
study room policies
a meeting room