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The library's larger program room is equipped with a 50" flat panel display with HDMI hookup.

Standing capacity- 50 people

Seated capacity- 43 people

Seven tables are available for usage and can seat a maximum of four people per table.


  1. Meetings must occur during normal Library operating hours and may not conflict with the Library’s daily operations.

  2. Rooms may be reserved by adults 18 years or older.

  3. Groups must designate a contact person to answer questions regarding room reservation and use, and must provide updated contact information as needed.

  4. Upon arrival, group contact person must check in with Library staff to gain access to the space and to ensure that room and equipment are in good condition.

  5. Groups may reserve the Program Room no more than one time per month, unless authorized by Library administration.

  6. No admission fees may be charged, contributions solicited, or dues collected, with the exception of paid registrations for conferences or institutes. No products or services may be sold, except for payments for materials required for educational or group discussion use, with the permission of Library administration.

  7. Youth organizations using meeting rooms must provide adult supervision at all times

  8. Meetings should end no later than 15 minutes before Library closing. Rooms should be clean and all meeting attendees should leave promptly when the building closes for the evening

  9. Library staff reserves the right to cancel, reschedule, or transfer meeting room locations or dates that conflict with Library- or Town-sponsored programs or special events. In such cases, the library will make its best effort to give advance notice to the group contact person(s).

  10. Library administration and staff reserve the right to revoke reservations and/or cancel in progress meetings of groups that are disruptive to the Library’s course of business, or which violate Library or Town policies.

The library has two study rooms both equipped with a flat panel display with HDMI hookup and a whiteboard. Dry erase makers available at Circulation Desk upon request.

Standing capacity- 6 people

Seated capacity- 6 people

Two tables are available for usage and can seat a maximum of 6 people.


  1. Study rooms can be reserved 24 hours in advance at

  2. Study rooms check out for two hours at a time.

  3. Only one study room may be checked out at a time by a patron.

  4. Study rooms must be left the way they were found.

  5. Notify staff when you are finished with the room.

  6. Study rooms close 15 minutes before the library closes.

  1. Documents getting notarized must be in English.

  2. All parties signing the documents getting notarized must have a valid US government ID. If your ID does not have a current address then you may provide a bill, piece of mail, or lease with the new address.

  3. If a copy of a document needs to be notarized, you must have the original document on hand for comparison and verification.

  4. If witnesses are needed, you must provide them yourself. The library will not provide witnesses. Witnesses must have a valid US government ID as well. 


  1. Users must be 18 years or older and, if a minor, at least 16 years of age with the consent of their parent or guardian to use equipment.

  2. Users must have a Little Elm Public Library card in good standing.

  3. Users must complete Safety and Equipment Training prior to use.

  4. Users must supply own materials.

  5. The library provides graphic software including CorelDraw as well as free internet-based software. To print, upload designs into the RetinaEngrave software.

  6. Patrons must remain with their project at all times.

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