Meeting Rooms

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GRAYSLAKE AREA PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT MEETING ROOM POLICY

The Grayslake Public Library meeting rooms are designed primarily to meet the operational needs of the Library. They are also available for use by not-for-profit organizations including civic, educational and cultural groups whose membership includes residents of the Library District.

PRIORITIES

  1. Library and library-sponsored programs and meetings.

  2. Library related programs and meetings.

  3. Friends of the Library programs and meetings.

  4. Grayslake Library Foundation programs and meetings.

  5. Programs and meetings of not-for-profit civic, educational and cultural organizations.

FACILITIES

The Library has a large meeting room which will accommodate up to 99 people with no tables and chairs, 80 chairs, or 48 chairs and 12 tables. In addition, this room may be divided into two or three smaller rooms.

A sink and counter are available in Meeting Room A for light refreshments. Groups are responsible for setting up and taking down tables and chairs. Library Staff are not available to assist any group with setup, clean-up, moving equipment or supplies, or running equipment.

The Youth Services Department Programming Room (Margaret A. Cesaroni Room) is not available for non-library programs or meetings.

Meeting Room Amenities

DAYS AND HOURS OF MEETINGS

Meetings may be held only during normal library hours.
All programs must be terminated 15 minutes before the library closes and the building vacated promptly.

FEES

There is no fee for use of the meeting rooms.
A $5.00 tuning fee is required for all piano recitals.An appropriate cleaning fee will be charged for damages or unusual cleaning.

RESTRICTIONS

RESERVATIONS

INDEMNIFICATION

Any group using the meeting room shall indemnify and hold harmless the Grayslake Area Public Library District for any and all damages, costs or injuries which may arise out of its use of the premises. The Library is not responsible for equipment, supplies, materials or any other personal possessions owned by those using the meeting room.

REVISED May 13, 2003; June 13, 2006