Beyond being a place to access information resources and participate in programs, The Community Library also provides patrons with a safe, climate-controlled space to relax, browse, study, work, or hold meetings. In fact, libraries are one of the few indoor public environments left where the everyone is invited to visit and spend time without having to spend any money.

We provide desks and tables for the public in our Children’s Room, the Pine Room, and in the adult nonfiction section on the library’s second floor. In addition, we have comfortable recliners on the first and second floors with additional chairs and a couch in the Teen Zone upstairs.

Three rooms may be reserved for larger gatherings:

  • the study room: a small room with a conference table seating six
  • the community room: a long, narrow room with two conference tables seating 14 total, along with a sink, microwave, and small refrigerator
  • the program room: the basement room featuring a tile floor, seven large work tables, over 40 chairs, and a small carpeted area featuring a large screen television and projection screen

To reserve one of these rooms for yourself or your group, speak to a library staff member at the main circulation desk on the first floor. You may download a copy of our room reservation form here or ask for one at the main desk.

the library's teen zone with two arm chairs and a couch, a table and a bulletin board

The Teen Zone

the study room features a small conference table seating six comfortably

The Study Room

The community room features two long conference tables seating 14

The Community Room

the program room features multiple tables and chairs, a large screen television, and a projection screen

the Program Room

the Pine room features a table and four chairs, as well as three recliners and a fishtank

The Pine Room

a work table for six on the east side of the library's second floor.

2nd Floor Work Table