The Malke Meeting Room on the second floor can be reserved online. The whole meeting room or the half meeting room may be booked when not in use.
The whole meeting room can fit up to 70 people or 35 with tables and chairs.
The half meeting room can hold 32 people or 15 with tables and chairs.
See what's going on in the Meeting Room (Library events and outside bookings).
Reservations are opened quarterly and can be made starting approximately two weeks before the quarter.
In addition to the Meeting Room, there are nine smaller study rooms. These rooms are intended for use by small groups working on projects or students being tutored, but individuals may also use them. You do not need to be a Woodridge resident to use these rooms. The rooms range in occupancy from one to six people. These study rooms are available for up to three hours, with time extended if no one else is waiting. Rooms may be booked a week in advance. An ID (preferably a library card) is taken when an individual or group signs in at the Adult & Teen Reference Desk. The Guidelines [PDF] for use of the study rooms are posted on the doors of the rooms.