The Woburn Public Library has 3 study rooms:
2 rooms with a capacity for 4 people (Rooms 16 & 17)
1 room with a capacity for 7 people (Room 15)
There is a three (3) hour limit for room reservations per day and you must be 18 or older to reserve a study room.
Study rooms are available for reservation up to two weeks in advance. These reservations can be made online through the library website, in-person at the Reference Desk, or via a live telephone call with the Reference Librarian.
The person responsible for the condition of the room must sign in agreeing to the study
room policy, giving their name and cell phone number to the staff person at the
Reference Desk and leaving either an active MLN library card or other ID with the
Reference Librarian to receive the study room keycard.
Please review our Study Room Policy before booking a study room.
The Program Room is a handicapped-accessible 60-seat (lecture-style) community/conference room located on the ground level of the Woburn Public Library’s addition. This room has access to a kitchenette with sink, refrigerator, and microwave. Furniture includes 60 chairs, several medium-sized tables, and a podium. Equipment includes a ceiling-mounted projector, drop-down screen, sound system, assisted listening system, Blu-ray player, and portable whiteboard. Room also includes picture rails for gallery installations.
When the Program Room is not in use for Library-sponsored programs, Woburn-based non-profit organizations, Woburn-based community groups, and all Woburn City Departments and Boards may request to use the space for no fee. Non-profit organizations, community groups, individuals, and other organizations based outside of Woburn, as well as for-profit businesses based inside and outside of Woburn, may request to use the space for a fee. Meeting Rooms cannot be used for personal or family purposes.
Please review our meeting room policy before submitting your application.