Meeting Room

The library has a small meeting space available that may be reserved by the public at no charge.  The maxiumum capacity is 25 people, and there are 2 tables and 20 chairs available for groups to use.  A projector and laptop are available, as well as a small kitchen area.

Reservation requests may be made in person at the front desk or by phone at 509-659-1222.  Reservation requests and any applicable fees must be submitted to library staff at least two days before the event.

The meeting space may be reserved for days and hours when the library is not open.  A key will be checked out to the person making the reservation request.  That person is responsible for securing the building and returning the key.

Library sponsored events have priority in scheduling the room.  Groups may have to forfeit use of the room to allow for library programs, but only when absolutely necessary.  Due to library programming, the Library may place limitations on recurrent meetings.

Permission to use the rooms includes ordinary use of the furniture and fixtures, including chairs and tables.  The library does not provide kitchen equipment.  Groups must provide their own supplies.

Refreshments and light catered meals may be served.

No alcoholic beverages may be served or consumed on library property.

Smoking is not allowed in the library.

Wireless access is available throughout the library.

Furniture and room set-up are the responsibility of the group using the room.  Groups are responsible for cleaning up and restoring the room to its original condition before leaving.

Nothing may be affixed or mounted in any way to the walls except with the prior approval of the Library Director.

The Library assumes no liability for theft or damage to property brought onto library property or for injury which occurs as a result of actions of sponsors or participants in activities.

Meetings of groups whose members are under 18 years old must be supervised by an adult.

Groups using the meeting rooms must not distribute materials, such as leaflets or pamphlets, or solicit the purchase of goods or services outside the room.

Failure to follow meeting room policies and procedures may result in loss of room privileges.

See our Meeting Room Use Policy for more information.

Made possible with funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services
through the Washington State Library, Office of the Secretary of State.