Cary Memorial Library welcomes public use of its meeting rooms and study rooms in keeping with the library’s mission to provide the Lexington community with materials, resources and services that promote lifelong learning and cultural enrichment, free and open to all.
Please Note: The library’s meeting rooms are unavailable through the end of October, 2016 while the building is under renovation. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
The library’s Meeting Room Policy was recently updated with some significant changes and clarifications. As part of this process, we ask all groups to review the revised policy and to re-apply in order to continue using Cary Library's meeting rooms.
Our Meeting Rooms are intended for approved groups and can accommodate meetings of up to 80 people.
To become an approved group, please:
Approved groups may fill out a Request a Room Reservation form to reserve a room.
Check the Meeting Room Availibility Calendar to easily view when a room is available.
Study Room Procedures
- First come, first served
- Two-hour limit per day
- Sign-up sheets will be posted daily on the door of each study room
- Self-service sign up for same-day only
Cary Library has study rooms with a capacity for up to three people. Study rooms are to be used for quiet study by small groups or individuals, including tutors and students. Study rooms may not be used regularly for commercial purposes. Study rooms may be used for a maximum of two hours per group per day.
If you have questions about our study rooms please call the Reference Desk at 781-862-6288 x250