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Meeting room rental

COVID19 Safety Protocols:
Under Ontario’s Roadmap to Reopen, the library re-opened meeting room bookings in Step 3, beginning July 16.
Masks or face coverings must be worn and physical distancing respected. See below for room capacity limits. 

The Perth & District Union Public Library has the following meeting rooms:

The Green Study Room is located on the first floor with space for up to 2 people.  This space is bookable for a maximum of 2hrs/day at no cost. Room will be kept locked and users will check in at the desk upon arrival for a key. This room also has a “green screen” wall and can be used for filming.

The Friends of the Library Study Room is located on the second floor with space for up to 2 people.  There is elevator access to the second floor. This space is bookable for a maximum of 2hrs/day at no cost. Room will be kept locked and users will check in at the desk upon arrival for a key.

The Common Room is located on the first floor of the library, with space for up to 6 people. The room may be rented for a fee of $10 for a block of up to two hours. Room will be kept locked and users will check in at the desk upon arrival for a key.

The Marguerite Frizell Room is located on the second floor of the library with space for up to 10 people.  There is elevator access to the second floor. The room may be rented for a fee of $20 for a block of up to two hours. Room will be kept locked and users will check in at the desk upon arrival for a key. In the months of July and August, this room is reserved for the Summer Literacy Program. 

Fine print:
In order to allow everyone access to our meeting rooms, there is a maximum of one room booking per day, please. 
Rentals must be during library opening hours, and renters are requested to end their programs at least 15 minutes before the library closes so as to complete cleanup by closing time.
Rental fees are due prior to the booking, and may be paid by cash or cheque at the library.
The person signing for the room on behalf of the organization accepts responsibility for the property and the deportment of the group renting the room.
The library is in no way responsible for any injuries sustained during the use of the room.
The library is a smoke-free building and the consumption of alcoholic beverages is not permitted.
Audio-visual equipment is also available for use in the meeting rooms.
See the full community space policy.

To book a meeting room, please contact the library at 613-267-1224 or use our online booking tool.

 

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