Meet at the library!
Rice Public Library has four meeting rooms that are open for use by individuals and groups of up to 80. All of our meeting spaces are free to use by any type of organization.
Rooms are open during normal hours of operation and may be reserved up to 30 days in advance. Food and drink are welcome.
Our online reservation system is coming soon! If you'd like to book a meeting space, read the description of rooms below and email us at email@example.com or call 207-439-1553 x1. All requests are subject to approval by the Library Director.
The Business Center is the smaller meeting space on the ground floor of the library. It is ideal for individuals and small groups of up to 6. The room includes a wall-mounted television that can be connected directly to a computer for videoconferencing.
The Community Room is our largest event room, with space for up to 30 (table seating) or 80 (auditorium seating) attendees. The room has two moveable walls that can be opened or closed depending on group size. When fully opened, the room includes a sink, cabinets, and counter space along the back wall. A projection screen and speakers are hard-wired into the front wall. This room is located on the ground floor of the library and is fully accessible.
The Makerspace is located on the ground floor of the library. It is a meeting and activity space for up to 20 people. The room includes a sink, counter, and cabinet space, as well as a wall-mounted television that can be used for projection and videoconferencing. The center tables may be arranged or removed to fit your group's activity.
The Study Room is located on the second floor of the library, just off the teen room. It can fit up to six people comfortably. Priority for this room will be given to students grades K-12.