The primary use of the community room is for library sponsored programs but, may be used by civic, educational, or cultural groups. The room may be used free of charge and all meetings must be open to the public. Nothing may be sold, no orders may be taken, and no fees may be charged to those attending or exhibiting.
How large is the room?
The room will hold approximately 50 people.
How can I reserve the Community Room?
You may reserve the room by calling the library at 256-353-2993, ext. 100 for a one-time use. For recurring meetings an application must be completed, approved and updated annually.
What are unacceptable uses of the room?
- The room is not available for private or social functions such as birthday parties, baby showers, family reunions, etc.
- Political campaign events.
- Paid tutoring sessions.
- Private interviews. (The room may be rented for meetings or interviews not open to the general public).
- Religious services.
- Promotion of commercial products, services, or businesses.
Can children reserve the meeting room?
Children’s groups may use the room provided they are supervised by one or more adult sponsors, and the activity is of a civic, cultural, or educational nature.
What equipment does the library provide for use in the meeting room?
The library provides chairs, tables, and podiums but groups must bring their own audio-visual equipment. Groups are responsible for their own furniture set up. All furnishings must be returned to their original position at the end of the meeting.
Are refreshments allowed in the meeting room?
Light refreshments and non-alcoholic drinks are allowed but there are no kitchen facilities. The room must be left in the same clean condition in which it was found or future use of the room will be denied.