Meeting Rooms

Hendrickson Room


The Hendrickson Room is available for civic, cultural, educational and public information meetings of groups based in Arlington Heights, or groups which have a significant number of Arlington Heights participants.

Located on the 2nd floor, the Hendrickson Room has adjustable lighting and an available kitchen. It holds a maximum of 200 people in a "theater style” setting, but can be divided in half for smaller groups.

A fee is charged for the use of the room. Additional charges for equipment may also apply.

Room Fee  - No refreshments to be served

  • Half of Hendrickson Room (max. 90 attendees) - No Charge
  • Full Hendrickson Room (max. 200 attendees) - $50
Room Fee - Bringing Refreshments
  • Half of Hendrickson Room (max. 90 attendees) - $10
  • Full Hendrickson Room (max. 200 attendees) - Will Be Serving Refreshments - $75
Use of the Hendrickson Room is subject to the Meeting Rooms policy adopted by the Board of Library Trustees.

Online Requests for Hendrickson Room

Questions regarding reserving the Hendrickson meeting room should be made to Info Services at 847-870-3693.

  • Submit a request to reserve the Hendrickson Room.
  • A request is not final until a confirmation has been sent.
  • Use of the Hendrickson Room is subject to the Meeting Rooms Policy adopted by the Board of Library Trustees.

2nd Floor Conference Rooms

Conference rooms are available on the 2nd floor of the library.
  • 2-hour reservations can be made by Arlington Heights cardholders only.
  • Customers are limited to one 2-hour room reservation per day. 
  • Most smaller conference rooms accommodate up to five people and larger conference rooms accommodate 6-12 people.
  • Conference rooms will close at 9:30 p.m. Monday – Friday and 5:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
  • Call 847-392-0100 or visit the Info desk or 2nd floor kiosk to make a reservation.
View diagram of 2nd floor conference rooms.
Read full guidelines for conference room use.

Available Equipment

The following equipment is available for use in the Hendrickson Room, free of charge except where noted. Projectors and screens are located in the room and will be set up for your AV choices.

  • Collar microphone
  • Optional over-ear piece for collar microphone
  • Handheld microphone
  • Tall microphone stand
  • Laptop input
  • Internet PC
  • DVD Player
  • 35mm (Carousel) Projector
  • VCR
  • Transparency Projector
  • Stage Lectern
  • Portable Lectern
  • Piano - $25 fee
  • White Board
  • Trash Barrel
  • AV cart
If your status is Confirmed Registration, your spot for the event is confirmed.

If registration for this event is full, you will be placed on a waiting list. Wait listed registrants are moved to the confirmed registration list (in the order of registration) when cancelations are received. You will receive an email notification if you are moved from the wait list to the confirmed registration list.

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