Book a Meeting Room
LIBRARIES & SURROUNDING GROUNDS USE GUIDELINES
The Brown County Library is a not-for-profit, tax-supported institution. The library spaces are designed primarily for use in library-related activities. When they are not needed for programs sponsored by the library, they will be available for use by other groups, subject to policies established by the Library Board.
Groups shall not use the fact of the meeting’s location at the library as an endorsement of their activity, view, product or services by the library, its staff, its governing board, or Brown County.
Publicity generated by a group or organization for a meeting, program, or event on library Premises may recite the library name, address and appropriate room designation. Publicity may not identify or imply the library as a sponsor. The library phone number shall not be used as a contact number, nor shall groups use the library as a mailing address.
Reservations cannot be made until 60 days prior to the event.
By continuing on to the online request form you agree to the terms indicated in the Meeting Room and Study Room Use Policy.
Reserve a room in a few easy steps!
- To select a Think Tank/Study Room (varying in size to accommodate 2-10 persons) – at the Central Library, Southwest, Kress Family and Weyers-Hilliard (coming soon!) branches, use this link. For all other options, use the online request form.
- Select a date in the calendar
- Select a library location and room or
- Select the time you will need the room
- Click “Continue” and complete the form
- Confirm that the information you entered is correct and submit form
You will receive:
- an e-mail acknowledging your request
- a confirmation e-mail after the request has been approved
- a reminder e-mail before the meeting date
Any questions regarding room rentals should be directed to the Administrative office: (920) 448-5807 or 448-5809.
FEES and CHARGES:
There will be no charge for use of library space if the library is a sponsor or co-sponsor; or by governmental and community supported agencies and non-profit status organizations (unless these groups charge admission, tuition, or other registration or material fees). Private firms may rent library space. Additional charges for equipment may also apply. Please see policy for fee structure.