RESERVE A MEETING ROOM

The Sullivan Free Library has two meeting rooms available in Chittenango and one in Bridgeport that can be reserved ahead of time on a first-come/first served basis for use during regular library hours. These rooms are available at no charge for civic, non-profit and community groups and organizations as long as these meetings are open to the public and no admission fee is charged.

CHITTENANGO MEETING ROOM

The Community Room, which is the most in-demand, is accessible to those with disabilities, equipped with tables and chairs, a projector and screen, DVD player, video player, and sound system. There is also a small sink, refrigerator, microwave, and several large coffee-makers available. You must supply your own coffee, cups, plates, etc. The room capacity is limited to 70 people.

The Community Room may be reserved by private parties for a charge of $50. A business may reserve the room for training or professional development for a charge of $50 for a half day, $100 for a full day. Meeting space is not available for commercial use, which is defined as advertising, promoting, or selling a product. Room reservation fees must be paid for within 24 hours of reserving the room.

The Pink Room is used primarily for small meetings of up to a dozen people or so, and is equipped with tables and chairs, a television and DVD player.

 

BRIDGEPORT MEETING ROOM

A business may reserve the room for training or professional development for a charge of $50 for a half day, $100 for a full day. Meeting space is not available for commercial use, which is defined as advertising, promoting, or selling a product. Room reservation fees must be paid for within 24 hours of reserving the room.

The  meeting room is accessible to those with disabilities, and is equipped with tables and chairs, a projector and computer hook-up, and DVD player. There is also a sink, refrigerator, and a microwave. You must supply your own coffee maker, coffee, and paper products. The room capacity is approximately 40 people.

 

HOW TO RESERVE A ROOM

To reserve a room, call the library or come in during our regular hours. Please have a few possible dates for your meeting so that we may be better able to accommodate you. The library reserves the right to move groups from one space to another at any time, and use of the rooms for library programs takes precedence over other requests for space.

PLEASE NOTE: The library does not assume liability for injury or damage to personal property which occurs as a result of the actions of the sponsors or participants in meetings scheduled at the library.

 The room must be cleaned up and returned to its original set up and everyone must be out of the building by closing time. Failure to clean up after your meeting and/or to return the room to its original set-up can result in a refusal of room use in the future.