The benefits of the Juneau Public Libraries go beyond their collections both physical and virtual. It goes beyond providing internet access. All three of their branches provide meeting rooms for community groups to meet:
The library offers the use of its meeting rooms for public meetings and programs of a non-commercial nature. Meetings must be free of charge and open to the public. Meeting rooms are available at all three facilities. All meeting rooms except the Small Meeting Room Downtown have a 60″ wall mounted video monitor to use for in-room presentations and are also video conference enabled. Call 586-0442 or see our Technology Services page for more information about video conferencing.
Please call to reserve and to discuss guidelines for use.
These rooms are offered free of charge to the community. Who meets here? A partial list from April:
- Alaska Virtual Academy
- Daughters of the American Revolution
- Glacierview Condo Assoc.
- Juneau Adult Hockey Association
- Monday Night Writers Group
Want to see more, check out the library’s calendar. It includes community meetings and library events, the focus of my next post.
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