Rooms at the Library

While library spaces are designed primarily for library programs, we offer 14 reservable rooms available for public use by both individuals and groups. These rooms are meant to provide an open forum for knowledge, ideas, and cultural enrichment. All rooms are available free of charge on a first come, first served basis, and no library card is needed. Certain events and activities are prohibited (see below). 

Reserve a Room

Browse By Room or By Day, then click Room Details to learn about each room and select the date and time you need.

Questions? • (715) 833-5311 • Room Policy

About the Rooms

Event Rooms (2)

Both Event Rooms allow for custom setups and both include limited kitchen facilities. A minimum number of attendees is required. We provide tables, chairs, and audiovisual equipment (training highly encouraged); however, you are responsible for any room setup and for returning the space to its standard setup.

The Riverview Room is able to seat up to 200 people. This room is normally used for large presentations, discussion panels, book readings, and small concerts. The Innovation Lab can seat 12 people for classroom-style presentations. It is normally used for cooking workshops.

Study Rooms (9)

Study Rooms are smaller spaces with a limited seating capacity of 1–6. Four of these rooms are for general use, while five are meant for children under 19 (or adults supervising children). They are normally used for quiet study, tutoring, and very small meetings. Some rooms include a digital display screen.

Meeting Rooms (3)

Meeting Rooms are mid-sized spaces with fixed setups, providing a quiet, semi-private setting for groups of 8–24. They are normally used for meetings, group instruction, and book clubs. All rooms include audiovisual capabilities (training highly encouraged).