Reserving the Meeting Room
Who can reserve the meeting room?
Non-profit Randolph community groups can reserve the meeting room by submitting the application form to the library director. All programs shall be open to the public, and no admission fees, dues, or donations may be charged.
When can the room be reserved?
The meeting room can be booked up to two months in advance. It is available only during regular library hours.
Maximum capacity is 150 individuals. Children’s and youth groups (under age 14) may use the room provided there is one supervising adult for every 5 children.
Food is not permitted. Beverages in bottles, cups with lids or travel mugs are permitted. Styrofoam cups with lids are not permitted. We have loaner mugs at the circulation desk. The meeting room does not have a kitchen, sink or lavatory. Smoking and alcoholic beverages are not permitted.
Non-profit organizations based in Randolph Township are not charged a fee.
Conference Room and Small Study
The library offers two enclosed rooms that patrons may use for meetings or to study. Non-profit Randolph community groups and Literacy Volunteers of America may reserve these rooms up to a month in advance. When not reserved, the rooms may be used by any library patron on a first-come, first-served basis. The conference room seats up to sixteen people and contains a large conference table. The small study seats up to six people around a smaller table. An application form must be submitted prior to using the rooms. Forms are available in each of the rooms and at the circulation desk. No fee is charged for use of these rooms. Food is not permitted. Beverages in bottles, cups with lids or travel mugs are permitted. Styrofoam cups with lids are not permitted. We have loaner mugs at the circulation desk.
Enjoying the Gazebo and Lawn
Between the library and the community center is a small park with a gazebo and lawn area used for our summer music concerts, storytimes and other programs. You may visit it to enjoy the gliders, small children’s playground, picnic tables, and charcoal grills.