Meeting Room Policy
Public library meeting room space is primarily for library-related use, including story hours, film programs, discussion groups, book review groups and other activities sponsored or co-sponsored by the Lexington Public Library.
Meeting rooms are available for non-profit events and meetings only. Use of meeting rooms by for profit organizations is prohibited. The meeting rooms may not be used for solicitation, promotion or sale of items or services, or social or celebratory events. All activities held in the Lexington Public Library meeting rooms must comply with the Lexington Public Library’s Code of Conduct, Meeting Room Regulations, and all applicable local, state, and federal laws.
Individuals signing the Meeting Room application form must have a valid Lexington Public Library card. A fee will be charged to user’s library card for repair of damage to facilities or for special cleaning. All other fees must be paid in advance.
All meetings or events held on Library property must be free and open to the general public at no charge. Fundraising events are not allowed unless sponsored or co-sponsored by the Library or specifically approved by the Library Executive Director.
The Executive Director of the Library, or designee, will be responsible for implementing this policy. Exemptions from these policies may be made by the Executive Director.
Meeting Room Policy approved and updated October 10, 2012
Please visit the Farish Theater Policy for information concerning the Farish Theater at Central Library.