The Library has three group study rooms that accommodate small groups of up to six people. The rooms are located on the Library’s second floor and are available for use by the public at no charge. Study rooms may be used on a walk-in basis, or may be reserved up to seven days in advance. Rooms will be held for 15 minutes past the reserved time, and then made available to other users if the reservation holder is not present. For more information or to reserve a study room, please call the Library Reference Desk at 333-6640 ext. 4.
Group Study Rooms
By Advance Reservation
The Library’s Conference Room, Androscoggin Community Room, and Computer Lab are available at competitive rates. (Details on special rates for non-profit groups may be found in the meeting rooms information packet.) These rooms are available by advance reservation only.
Conference Room. This comfortable room is located on the Library’s ground floor. Seating up to twenty-five people, it is ideal for smaller presentations and business meetings. For those who remember the original building, this was formerly the Library’s magazine room. A restroom is nearby.
Androscoggin Community Room. This large room is located on the Library’s ground floor. It seats up to 140 and features an adjacent food pantry for serving light refreshments. This room is able to accommodate a variety of functions, from larger, lecture-style presentations to larger business meetings with break-out groups. Two large public restrooms are nearby.
Computer Lab. The Computer Lab is located on the Library’s second floor. This bright, modern classroom features twelve student computers, each with clear sightlines to an instructor’s display monitor at the front. Lab computers are equipped with internet access and MS Office. Some special software needs may be accommodated; please ask before submitting a reservation application.
**All meeting rooms (except the computer lab) feature internet access via wireless connection only. You must supply your own wireless-enabled laptop.