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Please call us to reserve a date BEFORE
sending the application form.
 
We have 3 public Meeting Rooms on the first floor
and 2 small study rooms on the second level
 
To reserve the Meeting Room or Conference Room,
 call the Circulation Desk, 508-393-5025 x6.
 
To reserve the Children's Program Room,
 call the Children's Desk, 508-393-5025 x4.


To reserve a Study Room,
 call the Reference Desk, 508-393-5025 x5.


Reservations are only by phone, or in person.
 Rooms cannot be reserved online, by email or fax.
Groups wishing to use a meeting room must have a Northborough representative who will be the primary contact. (Not necessary for the study room.)


The Meeting Room  seats up to 100 people, and includes 8 tables that may be set up. It is on the first floor, connected to the lobby by a hallway.
The Conference Room will seat 12 people at a conference table, with perimeter seating to accommodate a total of 24 people. It is located to your left as you come in the main doors of the library.

There is a small kitchen off the Meeting Room with a refrigerator and sink. People using the Conference Room can also gain access to this kitchen if needed from the Meeting Room hallway.
Details about equipment available is on the Application Form, available below.


The Children's Program Room is located off the children's room, which is on the first floor of the library. It is accessed by either a ramp or a small staircase. It has a vinyl floor, an area rug, 8 tables and 32 chairs.


 Please read our
Meeting Room and Conference Room Policies and Procedures.
Then print an
Application for Meeting Room Use,
or pick one up at the library. 
 
The form requires your signature, stating that you have read the policies and agree to comply with them. The person who signs the form is also our contact person, for any questions we may have.  (We require a new form once each calendar year.)  Once you have reserved the room (by phone or in person), please bring in or fax the form to us (508-393-5027).

If you are meeting during library hours, you are done. Because we cannot pay our staff overtime, please be sure to end your meeting or program in sufficient time for all attendees to leave the library promptly by closing time.



 
Your meeting may continue after hours if

a) the meeting begins during library hours, and
b) the contact person notifies library staff at least 24 hours before the meeting begins
    with a completed After Hours Use form, taking responsibility for additional procedures.

 
The Meeting Room and Conference Rooms can be isolated from the rest of the library with a pull-down gate. Rest rooms will still be available. The Children's Program Room is not available for after hours.