Meeting Rooms

The library has 5 meeting rooms available for public use.

The Study Room and Local History Room are available on a first-come first-served basis with the stipulations listed below.

The Study Room, located near the Teen Room, accommodates groups of up to 4 people for quiet study or group meetings and is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Click on the link for details about the room use.

The Middlesex Savings Charitable Foundation History Room, located next to the Meeting Room, accommodates groups of up to 6 people, with 4 seats at the table and 2 other chairs available in the room.  This room cannot be reserved in advance and when in use, we reserve the right to permit people doing local history research to still use the room. Click on the link for details about the room use.

The Conference Room, Program Room and Community Room are rooms that may be reserved by members of the community when they are not in use for library programs.

Click here to reserve one of these rooms.

The Conference Room, located in the main area of the library, accommodates up to 12 people, with 7 seats at the conference table and 5 other chairs available in the room  The room can be  reserved in advance through the library's online room reservation software for up to a 3-hour time period.  When the room is not reserved, it is available on a first-come, first-served basis for up to one hour (longer if no one is waiting to use the room.)  The room cannot be reserved by tutors, but tutors are welcome to use the room under the first-come, first-served guidelines.

The Program Room, located in the back of the Children’s Room, can be reserved by members of the community when it is not in use for library programs. This room is for groups of up to 25 people. Click on the link for details about the room use, and use the link above to reserve the room.

The Community Room, located to the right of the entrance of the library, can be reserved by members of the community when it is not in use for library programs. This room is for groups of up to 80 people. Click on the link for details about the room use, and use the link above to reserve the room.