Meeting Rooms

Meeting Rooms

Non-Reservable Spaces:

Study Rooms

Study Room
  • Five study rooms are available on the 2nd floor for quiet reading / studying. Each room comfortably seats 6 people.
  • Study Rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and cannot be reserved. Patrons must sign in with library staff and have a WAGGIN Library card in good standing to use a study room.

Café Lee

PTPL Cafe Lee

Café Lee, located on the 2nd floor, is a bright, airy room open to all our patrons for group study and conversation. Our Coloring & Coffee group meets here every Wednesday from 9:15 to 10:30 a.m. We offer self-serve coffee, tea and hot chocolate, as well as a soda vending machine.

Reservable Spaces:

Rooms can be reserved no sooner than 3 months in advance. Please review the Regulations for Room Use before submitting your application. You may refer all questions to: meetingrooms@ptlibrary.org or 724-941-9430, ext. 3120.

The Conference Room

PTPL Conference Room

The Conference Room on the 2nd floor features a large table with chairs and comfortably seats 8-10 people.

The Reading Room

PTPL Reading Room

The Reading Room on the 2nd floor is furnished with upholstered chairs and a wide-screen TV, and comfortably seats 35 people.

The Multi-Purpose Room

PTPL Multi-Purpose Room

The Multi-Purpose Room on the 1st floor features a movable partition and a small kitchen, and comfortably seats up to 80 people.

Regulations for Room Use

Rooms can be reserved no sooner than 3 months in advance. Please review the Regulations for Room Use below before completing and submitting your application. You may refer all questions to: meetingrooms@ptlibrary.org or 724-941-9430, ext. 3120.

  1. The meeting rooms may be used by individuals or organizations holding meetings of a civic, cultural, or educational nature. The meeting rooms are not to be used for purely social gatherings such as showers or birthday parties. No meetings can be held at the library when the building is closed.
  2. Use of the meeting room facilities does not constitute any endorsement by the library of the group’s beliefs, policies, or programs. Any marketing materials (print or online) should list the library as the location ONLY and must include the sentence "This is not a library-sponsored event". Failure to do so could result in cancellation of the Meeting Room Use request.
  3. Rooms may be reserved no sooner than 3 months in advance. Ongoing programs are asked to resubmit an application form every 3 months. The library does not guarantee that a particular time slot will continue to be available to any organization.
  4. Library programs and meetings are given priority in scheduling. The library reserves the right to reschedule confirmed meeting room reservations to accommodate library-sponsored or co-sponsored meetings or programs. However, the library will give as much notice as possible, and every effort will be made to avoid such conflicts or to offer alternative options when they arise.
  5. Equipment Available:

Multi-Purpose Room
Stack chairs: 80
Banquet tables: 15 (30"x 72")
Screen
Kitchen Facilities

Reading Room
Upholstered Chairs: 8
Stacked Chairs: 24
Tables: 2
Screen

Conference Room
Conference Table: 1
Chairs: 8

  1. AV equipment must be reserved in advance and the organization using the room is responsible for setting up and troubleshooting its use. The library does not provide cables to connect to outside equipment. For all AV equipment use, the contact person must schedule a time with the Technical Reference Librarian for instruction on the equipment care and use prior to the meeting 724-941-9430 ext. 5767.
  2. All chairs, tables, and other library equipment must be handled with care. Meeting rooms are expected to be returned to a neat and orderly arrangement, lights turned out after use, trash to be disposed of in proper receptacles, and all equipment returned to the place where it was found.
  3. The group is responsible for set up and take down of the tables and chairs they use. Tables and chairs must be arranged in such a manner to provide an aisle for safe emergency exit. Tables must not be slid across floors. Care should be taken to not scuff the floors with heel marks.
  4. All meeting rooms must be cleaned and emptied at least 15 minutes prior to closing time.
  5. No signs or displays are permitted to be attached to meeting room walls or elsewhere in the library.
  6. The library does not provide storage space for group’s belongings.
  7. A full refund is available if room cancellations are made at least 7 days in advance. Cancellations received less than 7 days prior to room use will result in forfeiture of room use fees.
  8. Peters Township Library and its agents shall not be liable for injuries sustained by any person. The party hereby agrees to indemnify, save harmless and defend Peters Township and its Council, board members, employees' agents or assigns, from and against any or all claims, demands and suits of whatsoever nature on account of property damage or personal injury sustained or suffered by Peters Township or others, or death of any person, arising or growing out of or in connection with the use of library facilities granted pursuant to this application.