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Library Meeting Rooms

Did you know that Central Library and each neighborhood library has a meeting room that may be used free of charge by groups which meet the criteria set by the Milwaukee Public Library Board of Trustees? The rooms are available to all organizations “engaged in educational, cultural, intellectual, or charitable activities.”

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The meeting rooms vary in size and number by agency. A group wishing to use a neighborhood library meeting room should contact the library of interest directly and ask for a Milwaukee Public Library Meeting Room Use Application to be filled out and approved before a room reservation is confirmed.

For more information concerning Milwaukee Public Library's meeting room policies and guidelines, click here.



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