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Meeting Room

The Donnellson Public Library has a beautiful new activity room.  Equipment available includes a 55' Television monitor, DVD player, and laptop for presentations.  The room is also equipped with an electric range and refrigerator.  There are 4 large folding tables, and chairs for about 40 people. It is available for meetings that serve our local community, as well as non-profit groups.  Here is our Activity Room Policy: 

Activity Room Policy


The Activity Room of the Donnellson Public Library is available for library classes, children’s programs, after school activities, and meetings of library organizations, such as the Writer’s Bloc, Donnellson Book Core, Friends of Donnellson Public Library and the Board of Trustees.  If the room is not in use for these activities, patrons are welcome to use it for informal gatherings, studying, etc.  A coffeemaker is available with a freewill donation can.

If groups outside of the library organization wish to use the meeting space, they should schedule the meeting with the Library Director.  The room is only available during library business hours, Monday-Friday, 11:30-7:30, and Saturday, 10:00-3:30.  No after-hours use of the room will be available, except for City Council meetings, or Library meetings. 

Organizations allowed to schedule the meeting space include those that benefit the community, such as City meetings, volunteer meetings for local events or festivals, community improvement projects, etc.  Examples of other approved uses of the activity room would be for educational meetings, genealogy meetings, stitching clubs, scouts, gardening clubs, exercise classes, art classes, etc., as long as they are not for profit.  For-profit businesses or political campaigns will not be allowed to use the activity room.  Also, individual family gatherings, such as reunions, showers, or birthday parties will not be allowed to use the activity room.

Anyone using the activity room will be responsible for cleaning, stacking chairs, etc. after use.

This resource is supported by the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by State Library of Iowa.