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The newly renovated library building offers three rooms for use by the library and its affiliated groups, the Town of Hopkinton, and nonprofit community groups. The library contains a large event room, a small conference room, and a classroom on the lower level.

A Hopkinton resident who is a member of a nonprofit community group may request a reservation for the group up to 90 days in advance. There is no charge for use of the rooms. Reservations, including time to set up and clean up, must be within the library's regular open hours. Groups requesting reservations are asked to be mindful of high demand for the meeting rooms and of the library's intent to enable equitable access to the rooms for as many groups as possible.

Before requesting a room reservation, please click here to read our full Meeting Room Use Policy.

Once you have reviewed our policy, please click here to request a room reservation.

Library staff are not able to assist with audiovisual/technological troubleshooting during the course of an event. Groups planning to use the library's audiovisual equipment are strongly encouraged to schedule a time for an orientation to the equipment prior to their event. Orientations may be arranged by contacting the library director or the adult services librarian.

With rare exceptions, library event rooms may not be used for social functions, fundraising, or for any for-profit reason. Events in the library must be free and open to the public, unless an exception is made by the library director.

Interested in a study room? These rooms may be reserved up to a week in advance, or used on a walk-in basis, by individuals and small groups. Speak to a librarian at the reference desk. Click here to read our Study Room Policy. To reserve a study room please call the library and ask for the reference desk.

For questions about the meeting rooms, please contact Library Director Heather Backman at or 508-497-3400.