Meeting Room Policy
Program Rooms are defined as WPL’s larger spaces that hold more than 20 people and where setup can be altered. Program Rooms are available for use by organizations including non‐profits, community and neighborhood groups, organizations for the public good, educational, and cultural institutions, benevolent organizations, and government agencies. The room may not be used by organizations for commercial purposes or for private social events for individuals.
Our Program Rooms (A, B, and A/B) can be used for:
Programs: Programs held in library spaces must be for an educational, cultural, civic, intellectual, community service, or charitable purpose. Programs must be free and open to the public. Anyone requesting admittance to the program must be allowed to attend free of charge.
Meetings: Meetings with a restricted invitation list may be held in Library Community Rooms. Examples include board or administration meetings, organization meetings, large book clubs and neighborhood watch group gatherings.
Four Conference Rooms are located on the first floor of the Library and are meant for small groups up to 20 people. These rooms can be reserved and are intended for public use by community organizations needing a space for organizational, educational, and other meetings.
The Library has three smaller study rooms on the first floor meant for small groups up to five. These rooms cannot be reserved and are meant to serve students, tutors, and others needing a small space to collaborate.
Reserving a Room
To reserve a room, go to the Library Calendar (linked below) and click on the link that says RESERVE A ROOM at the top of the page. From there you can make a reservation either based on the specific room or by the date you wish to hold your event.
Please contact the Reference Desk at 262-524-3682 if you have questions about using the Library’s program, conference, and study rooms.