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Study Rooms

There are eight study rooms available for private study or small groups. Two are located in the Youth Services department and six are located in the Adult Services department. The rooms are free of charge. Three study rooms accommodate two patrons, four rooms accommodate four patrons, and one room accommodates up to six patrons. The Deerfield Public Library is happy to provide these spaces to the public and all are welcome to use them in accordance to the following standards.

  • All rooms have electrical outlets and access to our public Wi-Fi network
  • Rooms are first come first serve and can be reserved at the Youth or Adult Services desks
  • There is a 2 hours limit on study rooms. If no other patrons are waiting for available rooms, occupants are invited to use the room beyond the two hour allotment.

Meeting Rooms

In keeping with the American Library Association’s Library Bill of Rights, the Deerfield Public
Library makes its meeting rooms available as “designated and limited forums” for meetings and
programs conducted by not-for-profit groups on subjects of educational, civic or cultural
interest.

Meeting rooms are available free of charge on an equitable first-come, first-served basis
regardless of the beliefs or affiliations of individuals or groups requesting their use.

There are three available meeting rooms designated A, B and C, each with a capacity of
approximately 35 people, depending on how the room is set up. We have the ability to expand
two rooms to serve 70 or all three rooms to serve up to 100. Please be sure to request all room
set-up arrangements and equipment at time of application. Although we always try to be
flexible, Library staff may not be available to rearrange the room or set up equipment at time of
the meeting.

Each room has a sink, refrigerator, trash and recycling containers

To reserve a meeting room please review our meeting room policy and submit a meeting room application.