Lewis County Public Library and Archives provides meeting room and study spaces for use by the public, including non-profit, government, and community groups.
Accommodations for patrons needing a quiet study space are made on a first-come, first-served basis. Patrons should speak in-person with library and archive staff to reserve a study space.
The Lewis County Public Library and Archives multi-purpose room is intended for use in support of library programs and services. When the room is not in use for library functions, the room may be reserved by eligible organizations.
Any usage of library space must be within the context of local, state, or federal laws and regulations. Interested organizations must fill out an application for use of the multi-purpose room. The meeting space is not reserved until the application is received and confirmed by library and archive staff.
Note: Priority is given to library programming first; all others on a first come first serve basis. As many groups are using the room we may not be able to honor your request of a specific time/date.
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