Meeting Rooms

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The Rochester Public Library offers an auditorium and meeting rooms for individuals, community organizations, and businesses that wish to provide an open forum for knowledge, ideas, and cultural enrichment.

Available rooms can be reserved online.  Any questions regarding interpretation of this policy shall be referred to the Library Director.

Auditorium
    Auditorium (main floor) for groups up to 125*

    • Chairs
    • Tables - 8' up to 10
    • Tables - 6' round up to 10
    • Screen
    • Podium
    • Microphone
    • Small kitchenette with sink, stove, microwave and refrigerator
    • White board
    • Wifi


    Meeting_Room_A
      Meeting Room A (main floor) for groups up to 15*

      • Tables - 4' up to 6
      • Chairs
      • Screen
      • White board
      • Big screen television w/ HDMI input
      • Wifi


      Meeting_Room_B
        Meeting Room B (2nd floor) - for groups up to 30*

        • Tables - 5' up to 8
        • Chairs
        • Screen
        • White board
        • Wifi
        • Ceiling projector

        *The actual number of people rooms can accommodate may vary with different table and chair arrangements.

        Reserving/Scheduling a Meeting Room

        If you have questions with the policy or scheduling, please call 507.328.2310. Try our new online reservation system - you can now pay with a credit card! Rooms may be booked up to 90 days in advance.

        Study Rooms

        Three small study rooms are available on the second floor on a first come, first-served basis. These rooms are available for studying, typing or tutoring with a maximum of two people per room. Obtain a key at the Information Services Desk. During busy times, study room use is limited to two hours.

        Partnering with the library

        The library partners with the community for programming that encourages multiple points of view in a neutral environment.  We look for areas of common interest where both the community partner and the library bring value to the programming effort. Learn more about becoming a library partner at our programming web page. Download or print the  proposal form (PDF  WORD)