- The Roosevelt Room has a capacity of approximately 100 persons and is equipped with audiovisual equipment.
- The Trustees Room has a capacity of approximately 40 persons and is equipped with a meeting table for 12 and white board.
- The Cullen Room has a capacity of approximately 10 persons with a meeting table.
Meeting Room Policies (updated October, 2009)
The primary purpose of the Library’s meetings rooms is to provide space for library-sponsored activities. When the meeting rooms are not reserved for this purpose, the library permits their use by groups and organizations sponsoring civic, cultural, and educational events. Under specific circumstances, the meeting rooms may be reserved by an individual.
Non-library groups should not reserve the meeting rooms more than once a month.
The Library Meeting Rooms are defined as:
The Roosevelt Room, the Trustees’ Room, and the William and Irene Cullen Room.
Hours of use:
The three meeting rooms will be available
during the hours the library is open to the public. No meetings will be
allowed to continue after the library closes. Rooms may be reserved
for up to 4 hours at one time.
Order of Priority:
Allowance of Food
and beverages are allowed in the Roosevelt and Trustees' Meeting Rooms.
It is the responsibility of the party using the room to clean up after
each use. If the room is not cleaned to the satisfaction of the library
director, the library director will contact the party using the room. If
the response is not satisfactory, the library director may disallow
further use of the room by that group.
No donations are required from library-related
groups, civic organizations, or Town Boards. Donations are required
from for-profit groups and groups outside of Maynard. The fees are: