Due to COVID-19, at this time the Wallingford Public Library is not accepting meeting room requests. (updated July 2020)
The Wallingford Public Library maintains meeting rooms primarily for library-related activities. Programs may be sponsored or co-sponsored by the Library in order to accomplish its mission and provide educational, informational, recreational, and inspirational opportunities for the community.
When the rooms are not needed for Library activities, nonprofit organizations headquartered in Wallingford and serving the Wallingford community may use the meeting rooms for educational, civic and/or cultural programs intended for and open to the public. Reservations for use of the meeting rooms shall be on a single use basis, and use shall be restricted to one booking per organization per calendar year.
No commercial or private use of the meeting rooms is permitted.
Meeting Room Application
To request the use of a meeting room, please review the complete Meeting Room Policy, fill out the application, and return it to Leah Farrell, Head of Adult Programming & Community Service.
Wallingford artists, collectors, and community organizations are encouraged to offer exhibits of artistic, cultural, or informational merit. Persons and organizations outside of Wallingford are invited to exhibit when their works would be of general interest to the Wallingford Community.
Please review the complete Exhibits Policy, fill out both the Artist Exhibition Application and Exhibit & Display Release Form, and return them to Leah Farrell, Head of Adult Programming & Community Service.
Children’s Display Case Application
Does your child have a collection they would like to display? We’re always looking for exciting and creative collections curated by the children in our community to put in our display cases! New collections are chosen monthly by our children’s librarians. Please use this form to submit an application. Contact Kari Hamad, Head of Children’s Services, with any questions.