Meeting Rooms and Reading Nooks

There are three public meeting spaces in the library available for groups to reserve:

  • Conference Room (seats up to 12, includes conference equipment)

  • Milne Room (seats up to 125 with full A/V equipment)

  • Parent Room (seats up to 4, includes table and chairs)

Meeting Room Policy

Before booking a meeting space, please review the library's Meeting Room Policy and complete the Meeting Room Application Form. Application for use of the Milne Community Room and/or Library Conference Room must be made using the prepared application form at least 5 days in advance of the event date. A fee will be assessed at the time of reservation, and is due once the reservation is confirmed.
The fee schedule is as follows:

Event Open And Free To All
Event Open To All With Fee/Cost
Closed To The Public,
Not Free To Participants
During Library Hours
Before
Library Hours
After Library Hours (Subject to Staff Availability)
$0
$0
$25 per additional hour
Event Free But Not Open To All
OR
$25 per additional hour
$25 per additional hour
$0 additional
$0 additional
$20 per half day (4 hours)
$50 per half day (4 hours)
Conference Room

Conference Room

Our Conference Room seats up to 12 people and has a television and laptop tech setup available for presentations. Call us at 476-7550 to reserve this space.

Milne Community Room

Milne Community Room

The newly renovated Milne Room can seat up to 125 people and has an accessible laptop hookup and projector screen for any presentation needs. Call us at 476-7550 to reserve this space.

Parent Meeting Room

Parent Meeting Room

Thanks to recent renovations, we have a new space that can seat up to 4 in our Children's area for parents or related groups to meet. Call us at 476-7550 to reserve this space.

Desk Area

Desk Area

This work space is tucked away in our fiction stacks and is the perfect place to do some writing or typing.

Reading Nook

Reading Nook

Bring something good to read in this nook that overlooks Elm Street and buildings in downtown Barre.

Historic Reading Room

Historic Reading Room

What better to place to read the national papers or our periodicals than this historic space?

Vermont Room

Vermont Room

This mixed use space is perfect for having an impromptu meeting.

Work Area

Work Area

Enjoy our periodicals, or get some work done with our classic library tables and lamps.

Reading Nook

Reading Nook

Grab a book from the fiction stacks or our nearby YA room and hide away in this reading nook overlooking Jefferson Street.

Aldrich Public Library

6 Washington Street

Barre, VT 05641

(802) 476-7550‚Äč  Main Branch 

(802) 476-5118  York Branch 

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