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Reserve the Community Room

How to reserve our Community Room

The Keller Public Library Meeting Room is available to citizens in the Dexter area for cultural, civic and educational purposes.  To meet the utility and maintenance expense, the following fees apply: $25 up to 4 hours, $10 each additional hour.  Nonprofit groups may use the Meeting Room free of charge.

  • Anyone reserving the meeting room must be over 21 years of age.
  • The Meeting Room is available during regular library hours only.
  • Library sponsored programs will have priority.
  • Library co-sponsored programs are exempt from fees but will follow regular guidelines in reserving the room
  • The library is a smoke-free, drug-free and alcohol-free facility.
  • Library sponsored events for the purpose of raising funds for the library will be permitted.  Other organizations may collect pass-through costs only to cover the expenses of material, speakers, etc.
  • Reservations are on a first-come, first served basis.
  • Reservations by the same group are not to exceed 12 per year.  Library sponsored programs have unlimited use.
  • The library will not reserve its meeting room for political events, non-library groups selling or promoting items or service, activities likely to disturb regular Library functions, non-library groups for purely social function, use by individuals, organizations or groups presenting programs which violate public interest.
  • Library equipment available for use in the meeting room includes tables and chairs.
  • A small kitchenette is available.  Refreshments should be kept simple.  The group will furnish all needed supplies.  The kitchenette must be left neat and clean.
  • The person or organization reserving the room is responsible for damage occurring during use of the meeting room.
  • It will be the responsibility of the person or group using the room to arrange the tables and chairs as needed.  The room is to be left as it was before the meeting.
  • No equipment or supplies will be stored for outside groups.  The Keller Library cannot be responsible for any items left in the room.  No equipment is be brought into the Library without approval from the Library staff.
  • The Director of the Library or designee is authorized to terminate a meeting of any group that becomes disorderly and disturbs library functions or damages library property.
  • The Keller Library Board of Trustees reserves the right to amend the rules and/or refuse the use of the meeting room to anyone.
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