Meeting and Study Rooms
The Ridgefield Library has a wide variety of flexible spaces for meetings, group study, and more.
Lower Level Program Rooms
Two beautiful program rooms are located on the lower level of the Library and can be used for both Library programs and rented to members of the community for meetings. The larger room (Main Program Room) will seat up to around 150 people, while the smaller room (Dayton Program Room, or DPR) will accommodate from 30 to 50 people, depending on the room set-up. Both rooms have state-of-the-art AV equipment, including an interactive white board in the DPR and an Assistive Listening Device in the Main Program Room. These rooms can be combined (by opening a sliding door between them) to accommodate larger programs or groups. There is also a baby grand piano that can be used for musical performances and recitals. These rooms have a separate entrance from the main Library so they may be used when the Library is closed. There is also a large kitchen that can be used for programs and for rentals. The kitchen includes warming ovens, a large refrigerator, a dishwasher, and microwave ovens. Click here to read the Program Rooms rental policy and fee structure.
The Library has several Study Rooms located on the main and upper levels that can accommodate between 2 and 4 people around a table. Several of these can be reserved in advance for meetings or study purposes. All study rooms can also be used on a drop-in basis.