|Meeting room reservations are made through the Reference Desk, 508-660-7341, or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Reservations will be accepted for no more than three months in advance. Reservations are not automatically renewed. Please notify the Reference Desk, as quickly as, possible in the event of reservation cancellation. Please review our Meeting Policy before scheduling a room reservation.
|Community Room: A 30 x 47 foot space with a seating capacity of 100. Room amenities include black-out and sun shades, a ceiling mounted projector, a projection screen, a lectern, a sound system, electronic piano, two wireless microphones, fifteen tables (2.2 x 5 ft), and 100 chairs. The room also contains a small kitchenette that is available for use.|
|Children’s Program Room: A 20 x 22 foot space with a seating capacity of 30. Room amenities include black-out and sun shades, a projection screen, sink, work counter, five tables (2.2 x 5 ft) and 30 chairs. Preference is given to Children’s Room Program and youth-centered meetings. Reservations for the Children’s Program Room may only be made one month in advance.|
|Pinnacle Room: A 15 x 22 foot space with a seating capacity of 12. Room amenities include black-out and sun shades, a projection screen, a whiteboard, six tables (2.2 x 5 ft) and 12 chairs. The Pinnacle Room may be used only during regular library hours.|
|Walpole Room: a 15 x 22 space with a seating capacity of 8. Room amenities include sun shade, a scanning station, a microfilm machine, one oak table (4 x 9.5 ft) and 8 chairs. The Walpole Room houses the library’s archive collection and is primarily used for local history and genealogy research.|
|Dr. Silas E. Stone Room: The Stone Room is a 9 x 17 foot space with a seating capacity of 8. Room amenities include sun shade, a floor lamp, one table (3.8 x 8 ft) and 8 chairs.|