Finkelstein
MEMORIAL LIBRARY

Public Meeting and Study Rooms

Fielding Room
COMMUNITY MEETING SPACE

The Board of Trustees of the Finkelstein Memorial Library recognizes that public meeting rooms as an integral part of the Library's services. The meeting rooms are principally for Library programs, but are made available to community groups such as educational, civic, musical, literary, historical, fraternal and cultural organizations. See our meeting room regulations here: 

Meeting Room Regulations

You can submit an online request to use a meeting room (at least 3 business days in advance) here:

CLICK HERE TO REQUEST A MEETING ROOM ONLINE

NOTE:  Please do not request a room more than 3 months in advance.  Your request will not be accepted. You are only allowed to request rooms for dates within 3 months of the request date.

 

Study Rooms
SMALL GROUP AND INDEPENDENT STUDY

One of the Library's goals has also been to increase space for independent study and homework help at the library. Thanks to a grant secured by Assemblywoman Ellen Jaffee, four quiet and group study rooms are now available on the second floor of the library.

The rooms can be found on the second floor across from the reference desk (see photo left). Each room is equipped with electrical outlets and wireless internet access is available. There is no charge for using the rooms but there are time limits to ensure fair access to all. We hope you will visit the library soon and make use of these rooms!

Back to Home Page