Meeting & Program Spaces

Open Seating

The library has several open seating areas available for studying, group work, and quiet reading. These spaces are first come first served and do not require any reservations. Please be considerate of others and speak quietly.

There are tables available to the public on a walk-in basis located outside the Teen Room at the front of the building and in the Reference Area in the rear of the building. We also have a quiet reading area in the rear, left corner of the building. On the second level, there are individual carrels that also have electrical outlets. Tables in the Teen Room are available for 7th-12th graders on a walk-in basis. Tables in the Youth Services Room are available for young students, children, and caregivers.

Tables in the Access Services Department


Meeting Rooms

There is one large and two smaller rooms available for reservations. Please see our Meeting Room Policy for details on room use. Questions? Contact Greg Rucinski in the Program Office at 810-0312 or

The STEDMAN ROOM is the library’s primary program space. It can accommodate up to 100 people, depending on the configuration, and is equipped with a large projection screen, computer cart, ample seats and tables, and a TV cart.  Use the Application for Meeting Room Use to propose a program to be held in this space.


The ALCOVE is a semi-private room that accommodates up to 16 people. It can be reserved in advance for meetings and small programs, using the Application for Meeting Room Use.


The SMALL MEETING ROOM can accomodate 6-8 people.  It can be reserved in advance for meetings and small programs, using the Application for Meeting Room Use.

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