FACILITY USE POLICY
Meeting Room Policy
The Library welcomes the use of the Meeting Room for cultural and civic activities. The meeting rooms are available on equal terms to all not-for-profit groups. Dunstable residents will have a priority over non-residents. A group's use of the Library's meeting room does not imply endorsement of the group's policies, beliefs, or programs by the Board of Library Trustees or staff.
Policies and Guidelines:
Non-profit organizations, town departments, and town boards may schedule the meeting room once a month. No group may call the library "home." The Library should not be used as a mailing address for any group or organization.
One person, who is at least 18 years of age, must assume responsibility for any meeting, providing a name, email address, mailing address and phone number. As well as the organization and purpose for the meeting, time desired and number of persons expected.
All meetings are open to the public. No admission fee may be charged, no business or notations may be solicited, directly or indirectly, and no merchandise, food or beverages may be sold by any group with out permission in advance from the Board of Library Trustees or the Library Director. A written request must be submitted.
If a meeting is canceled, the library director must be notified as soon as possible.
The library reserves the right to cancel any meeting due to inclement weather or other emergencies.
Light refreshments, such as cookies and coffee, are permitted.
The group is responsible for set up of the room and is expected to leave the room in the condition it was found.
Noise should be minimized in the Meeting Room. Meetings must not interfere with regular library services.
Alcohol and smoking are not permitted.
Exceptions to this policy may be made at the discretion of the Library Board of Trustees and / or the Library Director. The Trustees have final authority concerning the use of the meeting rooms.