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Meeting Rooms at the Siuslaw Public Library District
Public Room Use
The Siuslaw Public Library District is committed to the provision of free and open access to a broad range of informational, recreational and cultural resources for library patrons of all ages. As part of that commitment, the library provides meeting space to facilitate the exchange of diverse information and ideas. The opinions expressed are those of the individuals or organizations using the library’s meeting space.
Non-profit, civic, political and community organizations, or government entities may use meeting room space for meetings, lectures or similar activities whenever a conflict does not exist with library activities. Commercial firms located within the district may use meeting room space only for educational and informational purposes.
For additional information about the rooms available for use, and requirements for reserving a space, see the complete document outlining room use at the Siuslaw Public Library.
To review complete library policies, including "Free Speech" and "Meeting Room" policies, see the Library Policies page.
Reserving a Room
Rooms may be reserved by contacting the reference desk during open hours at 541-997-3132.
Meeting Room Descriptions
Bromley Room. Community meeting space with portable tables for classroom, conference, or display. Accommodates up to 70 people. Includes 70" smart board.
Conference Room. Includes large table. Accommodates about 12 people. Includes large monitor.
Study Rooms. Two rooms, each with round table and 4 chairs. One room includes dry erase board, TV, and DVD player.
For more details on these and other spaces at the library, see the complete outline of room use at the Siuslaw Public Library.
Because we do not charge to use our meeting spaces, we also ask that you understand these spaces are self-service. When using the library rooms, you are responsible for set-up, take down, and any clean up. If you require instruction on using the technology in any room, you need to make an appointment with library staff prior to your reservation to learn how to use equipment.
Library space is available on a first-come, first-served basis, and the primary purpose of these spaces is always library and library sponsored events.
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