General Information: Requests for the meeting room must be submitted a minimum of 3 days prior to your desired meeting or event time. To submit a request to use the meeting room, use the calendar below to navigate to your desired date. Time slots that are available to be requested appear as green. You may request up to 4 conitiguous intervals for a maximum of 2 hours. Requests will be reviewed and you will receive an email from the Library Director if your request has been approved or denied.
The meeting room of the Haddonfield Public Library is located on the lower level of the Library, adjacent to the Children’s Department. When the meeting room is configured for a speaker’s presentation with audience chairs, it can comfortably hold about thirty two people. The meeting room is available for booking only up to the posted or legal occupancy limitation for the room as determined by the location’s prevailing ordinance and existing safety codes and rules of the library. The room can be configured to hold 32 seats arranged lecture-style, 20 seats arranged boardroom-table-style, or 12 seats classroom-style. All meetings held in the meeting room are open to the public.
No person or group will be denied use of the meeting rooms based on race, sex, religion, political affiliation, age, creed, color, national origin or ancestry, sexual orientation, or disability.
Library Use: The main purpose of the meeting room is for programs, activities and services sponsored by or relating to the Haddonfield Public Library. First priority for meeting room use is always given to the Haddonfield Public Library events.
Use by Other Organizations: When not in use by the Library, the meeting room may be used by official government agencies or boards or by any not-for-profit, non-commercial group or organizations for educational, cultural, intellectual, or charitable purposes.