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Library Meeting Room
Meeting Room
Location: 775 W. Baseline Rd.
Lafayette, CO 80026
Amenities: Chairs, Coffeemaker, Projection Screen, Sink, Study Rooms, Tables, Whiteboard, and Wireless Access
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Hours: Mon-Thu 10am–9pm
Fri & Sat 10am–5pm
Sun 1-5pm
Contact Phone: 303-665-5200
Cost: Hourly rate: $30/hour; Daily rate: $150/hour; LCD projector: $30 use fee. A Lafayette Public Library card is required.
ADA: Yes
Link: Room Reservations
Library Meeting Room

The meeting room may be used for trainings, meetings, community events and private functions. It may be reserved up to six months in advance.  Payment is due 48 hours prior to the event. Located on the Lower Level, it has its own entrance on the North side of the library.

Current and Upcoming Events For This Facility

Date Event Title
4/16/2015
Xeriscape for Beauty and Conservation
Each spring, the Public Works Department partners with CRC to provide no cost seminars on the how-to’s of xeriscaping and other water-wise landscape practices. From getting started to more advanced topics, there is surely a seminar to suit your needs.

Seminars are at no cost and open to anyone. You may sign up by calling 303-999-3820 x222. Space is limited. Please pre-register

4/16/2015
Xeriscape for Beauty and Conservation
Each spring, the Public Works Department partners with CRC to provide no cost seminars on the how-to’s of xeriscaping and other water-wise landscape practices. From getting started to more advanced topics, there is surely a seminar to suit your needs.

Seminars are at no cost and open to anyone. You may sign up by calling 303-999-3820 x222. Space is limited. Please pre-register

4/22/2015
Signs of a Living Planet: Seeing Earth Through Lafayette Open Space
Celebrate Earth Day by exploring and celebrating the living planet of which we are a part! In the places we bike and walk, we can learn how the air, rock, water, plants and animals are seamlessly connected as a living system. The same Open Spaces we preserve and delight in offer us insights into our Earth Day challenge - how to live sustainably as an integral part of our planet.

Join naturalist Martin Ogle to learn about our newest scientific understandings of Earth and how they are reflected all around us. This presentation is part of Lafayette Open Space Education Outreach Program.

4/22/2015
Signs of a Living Planet: Seeing Earth Through Lafayette Open Space
Celebrate Earth Day by exploring and celebrating the living planet of which we are a part! In the places we bike and walk, we can learn how the air, rock, water, plants and animals are seamlessly connected as a living system. The same Open Spaces we preserve and delight in offer us insights into our Earth Day challenge - how to live sustainably as an integral part of our planet.

Join naturalist Martin Ogle to learn about our newest scientific understandings of Earth and how they are reflected all around us. This presentation is part of Lafayette Open Space Education Outreach Program.

4/29/2015
Installing and Maintaining Your Xeriscape Garden
Each spring, the Public Works Department partners with CRC to provide no cost seminars on the how-to’s of xeriscaping and other water-wise landscape practices. From getting started to more advanced topics, there is surely a seminar to suit your needs.

Seminars are at no cost and open to anyone. You may sign up by calling 303-999-3820 x222. Space is limited. Please pre-register


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