Whether you’re looking to collaborate with a study group, hold an interview or business meeting, or even just find a quiet reading and work space, we have the rooms you need. The Library offers three small study/meeting rooms available on both the main floor and 2nd floor. Groups of two or more can reserve these rooms, and others may use them whenever they’re unoccupied and available. Our largest and primary event space, the Crawford Room, is located downstairs and can accommodate up to 180 people for all kinds of community programs.

Small Meeting Rooms

We have 3 different small meeting/study rooms available for use. They are the perfect space to conduct business, meet with people in an enclosed space, or just quietly study and read. You may reserve the rooms ahead of time by contacting us, or use any available and un-reserved room on a first-come, first-served basis.

  • Reservations are limited to a maximum of one current or pending reservation at a time, and are limited to a maximum of 4 hours of use per day.

  • Small study room use must begin within 15 minutes of the reservation start time or the reservation may be forfeited. If the small study room is vacant for more than 15 minutes during the reservation period, the reservation may be forfeited.

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Barbara Bush Reading Room

Located on the main floor of the Library, our Barbara Bush Reading Room can be used for groups of up to 5 people, or for just 1. It makes for a cozy spot to catch up on your reading, study, meet, or just quietly work separate from the rest of the Library.

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Wyoming Rooms North & South

Located on the 2nd floor of the Library, our Wyoming Rooms are a great space for individuals or small groups of up to 3 people to meet and study. These sunny and inviting rooms also house some of the books from our Western History special collection.

Crawford Room

The Crawford Room is our largest meeting room, and offers a great space for large groups and community events.

Reservations: Reservations are made through the Adult Services Department. Please contact us first to determine if the room is available, then complete the form below. Please note that all meetings must be free and open to the public, and no solicitation of funds can occur on library premises.

Hours: The Crawford Room may be booked during the library’s regular business hours.

Occupant Load: The Crawford Room occupant load is 180 with no chairs/tables and 115 with chairs only.

Fees: There is no hourly fee for non-profit organizations. A $10 per hour rental fee will be assessed for for-profit organizations.

Room Access: The Checkout Desk on the first floor of the Library will provide access to the Crawford Room.

Cancellations: To cancel or change your reservation, please contact Adult Services at (307) 577-7323.

Amenities: The following amenities are available:

    • Tables and chairs

    • Podium

    • LCD Projector

    • Projection Screen

    • DVD Player

The reserving party is responsible for providing their own laptop or mobile device as well as their own HDMI adapter or VGA and AUX cable to connect their laptop or mobile device to the Library’s entertainment system. If showing a film, the reserving party is responsible for obtaining public performance rights (PPR), which is a license that allows a film to be shown publicly. If the reserving party needs assistance with the setup of the entertainment system, please let the Adult Services department know in advance.

Wifi: Free wireless Internet access is available throughout the Library. Choose the wireless network called “NCPL Public”.

Food & Beverages: The reserving party may bring in equipment for coffee, tea, etc. Simple refreshments and catered meals, which are not to be cooked on-premises, are allowed. Open flame devices used to keep food warm (including but not limited to Sterno tins and votive candles) are strictly prohibited. Alcoholic beverages are not permitted on the premises, nor is smoking permitted in any part of the Library. The reserving party is responsible for arranging catering. A $75 cleaning and use deposit is required if food or beverages will be served.