Conference rooms are located on the second floor of the library and available for public use. Eleven small conference rooms accommodate up to five people; one conference room (G) can accommodate up to two people. Two larger conference rooms will hold 6–16 people.
Small conference rooms may be reserved up to one week in advance; large conference rooms are able to be reserved a month in advance.
Reservations are limited to two hours per day. Conference rooms close one-half hour prior to the library closing time.
The Studio is a D.I.Y. space with equipment, software and learning resources for you to get creative with video, music, graphic design and more. Learn more about the Studio and available equipment.
Studio rooms close at 7:30 p.m. Monday–Friday and 4:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
Not sure which studio is right for you? Use The Studio Finder
The Studio is funded by the Friends of the Library
The Hendrickson Room is not available at this time.
The library provides public meeting rooms to support the library’s mission of fulfilling the knowledge, information, enrichment, entertainment, and cultural engagement needs of its community members. Meeting rooms are available to groups regardless of the beliefs.
Applicant must be 18 years of age or older and have a valid Arlington Heights library card.
Reservations must be made one week, but no more than six months in advance.
The Hendrickson Room holds a maximum of 200 people in a theater-style setting but can be divided in half for smaller groups.
The reservation holder is required to remain in the room during the reservation period.
IT/AV equipment is available for use.
• Half of Hendrickson Room (max. 90 attendees)–$0 / $25 if refreshments will be served.
• Full Hendrickson Room (max. 200 attendees)–$50 / $75 if refreshments will be served.
• Piano Rental – $25.
Hendrickson room is subject to these policies (7.004)
Send jobs remotely from your computer or mobile device, and then print them from our public printers within 24 hours.