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250 N. Fifth Street
Zionsville, IN 46077-0840
Phone: 317-873-3149
Fax: 317-873-8339
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Meeting rooms are available for use by Library customers
Local citizens and nonprofit organizations may reserve the following rooms at the Library for public forums and meetings.

The Lora Hussey Room, which will accommodate a maximum of 180 people, may be used for meetings, workshops, conferences and other space-appropriate activities; including civic, cultural and educational events. Furnishings include tables, chairs and a dry-erase board. If tables and chairs are used, the maximum capacity is reduced to 35 people. Equipment available includes a retractable movie screen, a video projector [video and computer large screen capability], television and VCR, slide projector, overhead projector, podium with microphone and public address system. Equipment use is subject to a minimal fee and must be reserved one week in advance. A kitchenette is available with small refrigerator, ice machine, microwave and double sink.
The Olive Hoffman Room, which will accommodate a maximum of 20 people, may be used when craft events are planned. Furnishings include tables, chairs, sink and access to small kitchenette.
Groups wishing to use either room must fill out an agreement and place a refundable deposit toward its use. Applications must be submitted seven days prior to intended use and may not exceed three days of consecutive use. Advance reservations are suggested and may be placed by calling 317-873-8343.
The meeting rooms may be used whenever the Library is open. The room must be vacant by closing time.

Reservations may be made up to three months in advance. Library-sponsored meetings and programs are given first priority. It is important that a representative of the organization using the room review the Meeting Room Policy. Copies of the policy are available at the Circulation Desk in the Library lobby.
Special Needs
Reservations to use the audiovisual equipment owned by the Library must be made with the application. A representative for the applicant must assume responsibility for the correct operation and use of the equipment.

For additional questions, please refer to the Library's Meeting Rooms Policy and Fee Schedule for Meeting Rooms.
Study Rooms
Small study rooms are available in the youth and adult areas at the Library during regular business hours. They may be reserved up to 2 months in advance and are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Reservations are accepted at the Youth and Adult Reference desks. For more information, please refer to the Library’s Study Room Policy.

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