Hold a Meeting Here
Need a quiet study space or a room to hold a meeting? Designated spaces are available for use at many of our locations. No library card needed!
Meeting Rooms: The spaces can be rented for a fee by community groups when not needed for library-related activities.
Make online reservations for a meeting room at the Downtown Newark location.
See our Meeting Room Policy for rules of use. Requests can be made for use of our kitchenette, dry erase board, projector, laptop, podium or microphone.
- Meeting Room A: $75 for 4 hours, an additional $75 for any additional time, limit of 100 people
- Meeting Room B: $50 for 4 hours, an additional $50 for any additional time, limit of 20 people
- There is no cost to non-profit organizations
Study Rooms: Spaces are available for free and can be reserved for 2-hour increments. See our Study Room Guidelines for rules of use.
There is a room capacity limit of six people. Make online reservations for a study room at the Downtown Newark location.
Meeting Room: This room seats 20 people. Requests can be made for a projector and portable screen. It also includes a sink.
Reservations can be made online or by calling 740.967.2982. Cost for the meeting room is $50 for 4 hours. There is no cost to non-profit organizations.
Study Rooms: There are two rooms available on a first come, first served basis, free of charge.
Meeting Room: This room seats 20 people. It includes a projector and smart board.
Reservations can be made online or by calling 740.928.0472. Cost for the meeting room is $50 for 4 hours. There is no cost to non-profit organizations.
Study Rooms: Spaces are available on a first come, first served basis and are free of charge.
There are two rooms:
- Group Study Room: limit of four people
- James H. Hafer Memorial Room: limit of four people
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