Parker Library Community Meeting Rooms

The Parker Library meeting rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Meeting rooms are free for non-profit and community groups, which are also given preference in reservations. For-profit groups may reserve rooms when space is available. Donations are encouraged. Suggested donation is $25 per use.

Review our Meeting Room Guidelines

Request a Meeting Room

The meeting rooms are used frequently; we strongly advise that you submit requests as early as possible. Community meeting rooms have access to a kitchenette for catering needs or light refreshments. All rooms have Internet access. Chairs, tables, Wi-Fi and audiovisual equipment are also available for use during reserved times. These meeting rooms can be accessed through a separate exterior entrance, which can be made available when the library is closed.

Adam and Dorothy Miller Large Meeting Room - capacity of 70.

Bill Earley Conference Room - capacity of 12.

Quiet Study Rooms - Three rooms in the quieter part of the library are available for individual study or small groups for a maximum of 2 hours, once a week and one month in advance. Call 303-791-READ(7323). Study Room key is at the reference desk. Due to large demand for these rooms, your room may be given to another group if you are more than 15 minutes late for your reserved time.