EPL has several rooms available for use, each with its own features. Use the quick reference chart below to decide which room is right for your group, fill out the appropriate form, and email it to email@example.com. Call (630) 279-8696 x216 with any questions.
To reserve a room you must have an Elmhurst Public Library card in good standing. Forms are accepted by mail or in person.
|Room||Capacity: Auditorium||Capacity: Classroom||Capacity: Conference||Capacity: Reception|
Board Room #9
|Features: Screen for Laptop Hookup • White Board • Board Room Style Table with 8 Chairs|
|Features: Permanent Lab Setup • 16 Computers • Seating for 16 + 1 instructor • Projection System|
|Features: 80-inch Interactive Touchscreen • DVD/Blu-Ray • USB Hookup • Apple TV • Laptop Connectivity • 6 Movable Tables|
|Features: 90-inch Screen • DVD/Blu-Ray • USB Hookup • Apple TV • Video Conferencing • Laptop Connectivity|
Large Meeting Room
|Features: Hi-def Projection System • 80-inch Interactive Touchscreen • DVD/Blu-Ray • USB Hookup • Apple TV • Video Conferencing • Laptop Connectivity|
Meeting Room A
|Features: Hi-def Projection System • DVD/Blu-Ray • USB Hookup • Apple TV • Video Conferencing • Laptop Connectivity|
Meeting Room B
|Features: 80-inch Interactive Touchscreen • DVD/Blu-Ray • USB Hookup • Apple TV • Video Conferencing • Laptop Connectivity|
Group Study Rooms (13)
|Features vary- see Study Room page for information on each room|
The Elmhurst Public Library welcomes the use of its meeting rooms for use by community groups when such use will not interfere with the primary functions of the Library. As a limited public forum, Library meeting room use will not be denied to any person or organization because of race, creed or color. The Library Board subscribes to the tenets of the Library Bill of Rights, which states in part: “Libraries which make exhibit spaces and meeting rooms available to the public they serve should make such facilities available on an equitable basis, regardless of the beliefs or affiliations of individuals or groups requesting their use.” Use of the meeting room does not constitute Library endorsement of the viewpoints expressed by the participants in the programs.
First priority for use of the meeting rooms is given to Library-sponsored meetings or programs. The following groups also may use meeting rooms for cultural, civic, and informal educational purposes:
− Library-related groups
− Elmhurst governmental organizations
− Elmhurst not-for-profit organizations or corporations.
− Elmhurst non-business related local clubs or organizations
− Elmhurst businesses (for a fee).
Read the entire Meeting Room Use Policy.