~ COMMUNITY ROOM & FACILITIES ~
HASKELL HOMESTEAD COMMUMITY ROOM
The Windsor Locks Public Library has one meeting room available for group meetings of up to 35 people. The room is handicap accessible. Use of this room is limited to meetings and library programs only. It is not available for parties or other social gatherings.
The Community Room is available free of charge to local (Windsor Locks) non-profit community service organizations and to local non-profit groups that directly support the educational mission of the library and the Windsor Locks community.
Private groups and for-profit organizations will pay a fee of $75 per use (up to approximately 2 hours) for the Community Room. Additional fees may be charged for longer rental periods.
The Windsor Locks Public Library Board of Directors views the use of the Haskell Homestead Community Room as an extension of its library service to the community. These facilities are available to the library community and reflect the various roles that the library plays in the community.
The Haskell Homestead Community Room may be reserved up to one month in advance by calling the library at 627-1495.
EQUIPMENT FOR PUBLIC USE
Equipment available at Windsor Locks Public Library for public use includes:
Copier / Printer - coin operated - black & white or color copies - 8 1/2" x 11" or 11" x 14" size copies. Black & White copies: 25 cents each; Color copies: 75 cents each.
Public Access Catalogs - online catalogs located in Adult and Children's areas
Eight personal computers - Windows 10, Microsoft Office, Internet access and a networked color printer. Six stations allow sessions of up to 90 minutes; Two Express stations allow 30 minute sessions. Users muat log in on PCs using a valid CT library card in good standing or a guest pass (for out-of-state users - obtained at circ desk).
Use limit 90 minutes per day per person. All PCs shut down 10 minutes before closing.
Learning Center PC - may be used with staff permission for online class work, ESL studies, online employment applications, or testing.
The library does not offer public FAX services, but we can provide information about local businesses that do.