Can I use a library meeting room?

The Marion Craine Gallery may be booked by members of the public, non-profits and local organizations for the purpose of holding meetings, presenting lectures, concerts, readings and other programs. Artists may also apply to show their works in the gallery.

The Quiet Study Room may be used by individuals or small groups who need a private space in which to work or confer.

The Cape Cod Room may be used by book clubs and writing groups.

Use of the meeting rooms must comply with library policies, which may be found on the library website. Applications may be obtained at the circulation desk or online.

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1. What are your loan periods?
2. Do you offer internet access?
3. Who is in charge of the library?
4. Can I use a library meeting room?
5. Does your library have a book group?
6. How can I request a book which is not in the CLAMS network?
7. Does the library have a microfilm or microfiche reader?
8. May I request items which are not in the CLAMS network?
9. What are your overdue fines?
10. May I reserve library materials by phone?
11. May I renew library materials over the phone?
12. How can I get a library card?
13. How do I get to Snow Library?