Is the library right for your meeting?
The Lane Memorial Library has a community meeting room and a small quiet study room available for public use. These rooms are provided to further the mission of the Lane Memorial Library as adopted by the Library Board of Trustees; priority use will be granted to Lane Memorial Library sponsored events. All activity in the meeting rooms shall comply with established Library policies. All agreements to use the rooms are temporary, revocable and conditional. The Lane Memorial Library reserves the authority to revoke agreements in its sole discretion at any time for any lawful reason prior to expiration without penalty or liability, and to impose conditions upon the agreement in the public interest.
Personal or family parties such as birthday parties, play dates, baby showers, etc. cannot be hosted at the Library.
As of October 2021, the Library Trustees approved reopening the Lane Room for meetings – both for library use and outside groups. The room will be limited to “a maximum of 12 people, masks required” for now.
Publicizing your public meeting
Neither the name nor the address of the Library may be used as the official address or headquarters of a user. Fliers, brochures or other printed information brought into the library should remain in the meeting room and be removed from the meeting room at end of event/use. The Library reserves the right to 1) Reclaim the use of the meeting room for library programming with advance notice to the user whenever possible; and 2) Relocate a user to the room most suited for its size and function.
Reserve the Lane Room:
Be sure to read our Meeting Room Use Policy before requesting a meeting space. A Meeting Room Application and Temporary Use Agreement must be completed and submitted before your meeting. Please call us at (603) 926-3368 to request a meeting room reservation time.