Our Meeting Rooms
The library has two different areas that may be used for events and meetings. The small conference room is available for use only when the library is open. It may be used for group projects, testing, tutoring or small meetings of six or less. The room must be reserved in advance and is available on a first come, first served basis. Library sponsored activities will receive priority in any scheduling. There is no fee for the use of this room, but it will be inspected for damage after each use. Any group may be asked to vacate the room if the librarian on duty feels it is not being used for the original purpose, or if behavior is being exhibited which is inappropriate for the library.
The large meeting room is available to any organization on a first come, first served basis. Library sponsored activities will receive priority in any scheduling. The library does not advocate or endorse the viewpoints of any meeting room users. Non-profit organizations may use the meeting room without payment of fee during hours the library is open. The general public must be granted access to the meeting and no admission fees may be charged. For-profit groups may use the meeting room by payment of a rental fee, but may not sell or dispense a product other than to attendees. These groups may close the room to the public. The room may not be used for commercial purposes such as craft or bake sales.
Bluff Country Toastmasters Club 1181, Spring Valley, Minnesota is a member of Toastmasters International through its affiliation with local, state, and national groups. The group meets on Tuesdays from 5:30 to 6:30 pm at the library and visitors are welcome. The goal of Toastmasters is self-improvement. To reach toward this objective, they organize, entertain, lead, and guide one another through the pitfalls of public speaking.