Welcome to the Rosenberg Library’s Meeting Room page. Our reservation software is called Spaces. Use the links below to see how the new software works and to make a reservation. Before you make a reservation, please be sure to read all the policies and guidelines below.
Purpose of Meeting Rooms
Meeting rooms at the Rosenberg Library are designed to meet general, non-commercial, informational, educational, cultural, and civic needs including activities such as discussion groups, panels, lectures, conferences, and seminars. Use of the Library’s meeting rooms by any group or individual signifies acceptance of the terms of the Library’s meeting room policies.
To be eligible to use a meeting room, any group or organization must be not for profit and should include three or more individuals. The Library’s Morgan Room is available for small groups and individual use, and there are quiet study areas on the 2nd floor in the Patrons’ and Sandy’s Rooms for individual use.
The Rosenberg Library does not accept reservations for purely social functions such as birthday parties, family reunions, showers, weddings or wedding related events, etc.
Library rooms and facilities are primarily for the use and purpose of the Library, and programming and operation needs may preempt any reservation. The Library will make every effort to make an alternate reservation for the group.
Rosenberg Library Meeting Room Policy
Please read the following rules and regulations. Proceeding to the reservation page constitutes acceptance of and adherence to the Library’s Meeting Room Policy.
To change or cancel a reservation, please log in to your meeting room reservation account to make changes. If you are having difficulty with the system, contact the Library’s Reference Desk at 409.763.8854 Ext. 115.