Need a Place to Meet?

Meeting Rooms

Several of the Franklin County Library System libraries have spaces for the public to use.  Some can hold up 80 people and some are perfect for one-on-one meetings.

Meeting Room Policy & Form – Please read and fill out the last page if interested in reserving one of the rooms below.  Then drop it off at the library where you would like to reserve a space or email it to the appropriate contact listed on page 3.

Coyle Free Library

Large Group:

Auditorium/Theater:  Multimedia space with comfortable theater-style seating for about 47 and ADA seating spaces, ideal for film viewing, lectures, and small recitals — Lower Level

Community Room:  Multimedia space for training or meetings, with seating for 60-80, depending on whether tables are needed, also divisible by 2 for smaller groups — Lower Level

Conservatory:  Multimedia event or meeting space with round table seating for 54 adjacent to library rooftop patio and garden — Terrace Level

Small Group:

Small Huddle Room use is free, but reserving ahead guarantees your space — Second Level

Huddle Room 1: Seats 4 people at 2 training tables

Huddle Room 2: Seats up to 8 people at 4 training tables, multimedia-equipped

Huddle Room 3: Seats 4-6 in modern mobile seats with writing/laptop desks

Smart televisions and projectors may be accessed for multimedia presentations through HDMI connections or Google Chrome Home on laptops or Android devices using library wi-fi and password.

Take a virtual tour of Coyle Free Library to get a feel for these spaces.

Coyle Meeting Room Brochure

Grove Family Library

Community Room A & B: Seats 60 to 80 people and can be divided into two rooms.

Condor Room;  Seats 4 people around a table

Lilian S. Besore Memorial Library

Community Room 1 & 2: Seats 60 to 80 people and can be divided into two rooms.

History Room 3:  Seats 15-30 people.

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