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Reserve a Room

All branches offer community meeting rooms for public use. Sizes and amenities vary. Use of Library meeting rooms is free to non-profit and community groups for meetings and programs that are open to the public. Individuals or organizations not able to meet the criteria for free use of Library meeting rooms may be eligible to rent Library meeting rooms for a fee.

Users of Library meeting rooms are required to complete the Public Use of Library Meeting Rooms and Facilities Agreement. Please read Policy 4.9 – Public Use of Library Meeting Rooms and Policy 4.2 – Fees and Charges for more information. Questions about Library meeting rooms can be sent to

  • You will be notified when your request is received. A second notice will be sent within 48 hours to confirm your reservation.

  • NOLS will begin accepting 2016 Room Reservations on December 1, 2015.

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Reserve a Room Event Calendars

If you would like to wirelessly connect your laptop to a TV in one of the conference rooms, you can download the software for using one of our McTiVia devices from the following links:

Right-click the link of your choice and save the file to your computer. Unzip the archive and run the executable file to install. Run the McTiVia program and select the wireless network name that matches the conference room you are in. Please ask library staff for operational instructions including the network password.

Port Angeles Main Library Meeting Rooms

The Raymond Carver Room

The Raymond Carver Room has an extendable partition that allows the room to be divided into two spaces so that separate events can be held in the room simultaneously. The entire room has a capacity of 200 standing individuals or 95 seated. Each side of the room has five mobile tables and dozens of chairs that can be arranged however the user would like. A digital projector, 80” television and DVD/Blu-Ray player, and sound system are available to use within the room. The Raymond Carver room was made possible by a generous gift from local author Tess Gallagher in 1995, when the Port Angeles Library was built, in memory of her late husband.

Margaret Coffey Room

The Margaret Coffey Room is a small meeting room in the Port Angeles Main Library that is available to the public during the library’s normal business hours. The room can seat up to 12 individuals. It has a 55” television capable of wirelessly displaying images from a laptop. The tables, chairs, and white board can be arranged to suit the user's needs. This meeting room was made possible by a generous gift from the late Margaret Coffey.

Sequim Community Meeting Room

The Sequim Community Meeting Room can be reserved for meetings both during and outside of regular library hours. Full room capacity is 40 seated and 74 standing. The room can be divided with an extendable partition so that separate meetings can be held in the room simultaneously. The south side has a seated capacity of 25; the north side is suitable for small groups or one-on-one tutoring sessions and is only available during regular library hours. The full room includes 6 tables and 40 chairs. A digital projector and screen, whiteboard, and a sink are available for use.

Clallam Bay Community Meeting Room

A meeting room with a seating capacity of 25 is available at the Clallam Bay branch during and outside regular library hours. A digital projector and screen are also available for use in the meeting room.

Forks Library Meeting Rooms

Jim and Nikki Klahn Community Meeting Room

The Klahn Room, with a seating capacity of 25, can be reserved for meetings both during and outside regular library hours. A 46” television on a mobile cart is available to display images from a laptop. A digital projector and screen are also available. The furnishings and equipment in this room were generously donated as part of the 2013 renovation of the Forks Library, in memory of Jim and Nikki Klahn.

Conference Room

This small room is ideal for groups of 6 or less meeting during library hours. It has a wired conference table, a 46” television to display images from a laptop, a hospitality cart with carafe and coffeemaker, and a whiteboard.