**At this time in our phased reopening, our Meeting Room and Conference Room are not currently available for outside bookings. We hope to make them available again at the start of October, based on the pandemic conditions at that time.**
The library has two meeting rooms available for booking in advance and three study rooms that are available on a first come, first served basis.
Outside groups may book the Conference Room or Meeting Room by using our online booking system, calling the library’s reference desk (978-671-0948 x4), or visiting the library in-person.
The Conference Room holds a maximum of 12 people and is located on the second floor. It is equipped with a BrightLink 575Wi Interactive WXGA 3LCD Projector and uses Easy Interactive Tools Software which lets patrons use an interactive pen as a mouse to navigate, select, scroll, draw, save, and interact with projected content from their computer.
These two models are available:
- Interactive mode displays the toolbar on the projected image and lets patrons use the pen as a mouse to open applications, access links, and operate scroll bars, for example. Patrons can also annotate whatever is displayed from their computer.
- Whiteboard mode projects one of 3 solid colors or 6 background patterns, and uses the toolbar to write or draw on the background. Patrons can also import images from their computer or a document camera.
Software and instructions are available for download on the left side column. A laptop is available for use with the Easy Interactive Tools downloaded for patron convenience. Conference and Meeting Room Policy is available here.
BrightLink 575Wi Interactive WXGA 3LCD Projector made available through the generous funding of the Billerica Public Library Foundation.
The Meeting Room will hold a maximum of 125 people and can be separated into two smaller rooms which will hold roughly 50 people each. It is equipped with 50 inch LCD TV compatible with laptops and Apple devices. Wireless internet available. Conference and Meeting Room Policy is available here.
The Study Rooms seat four people and are available on a first come, first serve basis. Rooms have access to wireless as well as networked internet. The library’s complete study room policy is available here.