Library Meeting Rooms

Reserve a Meeting Room 

Gunn Memorial Library welcomes the use of its meeting rooms. We encourage the use of these facilities for non-profit uses, for educational, informational, cultural, and humanities programs and for meetings and small conferences. The meeting room is used primarily by non-commercial, non-profit, tax-exempt groups. No fee is charged but donations to the library are gratefully accepted. Users of the meeting rooms must agree to our Meeting Room Policy
Availability of the Meeting Room shall be on a first-come, first-serve basis. To allow for the most access for the most organizations, the number of meetings allowed shall be limited to once per month.


Available Gunn Memorial Library Meeting Rooms

● The Wykeham Room- in the historic section of the building. Seats 50 people. Tables and chairs are available for use. Projector, screen and microphone are available.

To reserve the Wykeham Room, please fill out the online application here.  Submitting a reservation form does not automatically reserve the meeting room.  GML staff  will respond to your application within 2 days. You may call the library to check room availability prior to submitting your reservation request 860-868-7586

● The Connecticut Room- a climate controlled room that houses GML’s collection of local histories, genealogical information, historic photo albums, and more. Research reservations take precedence over meeting reservations. Room will be open for historical research only appointments daily from 11am to 3pm & 4pm to 8pm(Tuesday and Thursday).

For personal, non-profit meeting times this room will be available 10:00 am to 11 am & 3pm to 4pm only. This room holds no more than 6 people and can be booked for small meetings for up to one hour. Per our policy, meeting rooms can be reserved once per month.

No food or drink is allowed in this room. A laptop is available to be used  in the CT Room is for research only.

Connecticut Room is to be reserved at the circulation desk or through museum staff. 

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