Study and Meeting Rooms


Study Rooms

The Library has study rooms available for patrons. All study rooms are first-come first-served. Eligible patrons can use wi-fi in all areas of the library.

  • Upstairs – Five 1-2 person study rooms; Two 3-6 person study rooms and a large quiet study room
  • Downstairs – One 2-6 person study room

There are other quiet areas within the library that can be used for study.

Meeting Rooms

  • The library has three meeting rooms available for use by eligible patrons.
  •  The Meeting Room (up to 100 persons)
  •  The Board Room (up to 12 persons)
  •  The Youth Program Room (seats 40 persons and has 14 trapezoid-shaped tables
  •  The library also has a computer lab, available for library sponsored functions. It is available to the general public on a limited case-by-case basis.

For more information about eligibility and restrictions for use of the meeting rooms see our Meeting Room Policy (pdf). Requests to reserve a room must be made at least seven (7) days in advance. Groups must apply in writing for use of a meeting room. Please download and complete our Application for Meeting Room Use (pdf) and return it to the Youth reference desk or email it to These forms are also available at the Youth Reference Desk.

Please NOTE: This is an application, not a reservation form. No plans should be made regarding the use of meeting rooms and no advertising should be done until a written confirmation is received from the library.

For more information please contact Kris Stabo at 262-532-8915 or email