Meeting Room Policy
The Community Meeting Room is designed to be used by small, not-for-profit groups or individuals who need a space to meet on a non-regular basis. For example, this might include, but not be limited to, scout troops with adult supervision, college interviews (for Sparta students), or book groups.
Groups may reserve a meeting room for a maximum of one meeting per month and up to three months in advance. Each reservation is limited to a four-hour period. The meeting room may not be used by profit-making ventures or by representatives of profit-making companies and/or organizations to advertise or sell their goods or services. The meeting room may not be used by individuals or groups for social events.
The room can accommodate up to 10 people, is available during normal library business hours, and must be scheduled in advance. Applications may be obtained from the main office or on-line at www.spartalibrary.com. The person who applies for the room must possess a Sparta Library card and must attend the meeting. The meeting room is considered reserved when the applicant receives approval..Approval does not signify endorsement by the library. The library requests notice if the reservation is cancelled.
Groups or individuals who abuse the room or its equipment will not be allowed to use the room again, and will be liable for replacement or repair costs. All use of the room is at the discretion of the Library Director.
A TV and DVD player are available for instructional purposes. A MAC computer is also available for Skype sessions and test taking.
Use the form below to reserve the Meeting Room
Sparta Library Board of Trustees