The main entrance to the Community Room is just inside the library doors and off the lobby. Although meetings must start during library hours, they may extend past the library’s closing time in this area only. Access to the restrooms will be available. Use of this room does not include the use of the lobby which would disrupt the ingress and egress of library users. Meetings/setup must begin during regular library hours (Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 8:00 pm, Saturday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, closed Sunday).
Seating setup is flexible but the tenant of the room must return chairs, tables, etc. to the standard configuration posted in the room. Available furniture includes twelve 30″ by 72″ tables, 100 stackable chairs, six 60″ round tables, and a lectern on a table. An LCD projector, overhead projector, slide projector, flip chart stand or a TV/DVD combo may be reserved. There is a wall-mounted whiteboard and a movie screen is each end of the room.
The Community Room is dividable by a moveable wall. Only a library staff person may open or close the moveable wall.
The South section includes access to a small sink, countertop, microwave oven, coffeepots and garbage bags.
When different groups meet at the same time in the two sections, the North section’s access to restrooms is through the library and that section must be vacated before the library closes.
Entire Community Room:
Seats 100 in lecture style
Seats 36 in seminar style
Seats 72 in banquet style
Seats maximum 50 in lecture style (no tables)
Seats 18 in seminar style (using one side of the tables)
Seats 36 in banquet style (using both sides of the tables)
Includes marker board and screen; no kitchenette
South section (includes access to sink, cabinets, coat rack):
Seats maximum 40 in lecture style
Seats 12 in seminar style
Seats 24 in banquet style
Includes marker board and screen
Rental fees are charged to commercial and business concerns or for fund-raising activities at the following rates:
Community Room (entire)
$65 per usage/per day
Community Room (one section)
$33 per usage/per day
Not-for-profit organizations from outside the county must provide proof of non-profit status with the completed application.
These fees are for the privilege of using the room and include no library staff services for setting up or cleaning.
If soiling or damage by any tenant is determined by the library to require replacement or professional services to correct (e.g. carpet cleaning, broken furniture, etc.), the tenant will be financially responsible.
All fees are payable before the room is occupied. Fees from in-county users may be by check; all others must be in the form of cash or money order.