The Seward Community Library Museum contains two meeting spaces and one research room available for public use. Other spaces may be considered upon request.
Large Community Room
Located on the ground floor (museum level), this room is 1168 sq. ft.
with an occupancy limit of 79 sitting and 238 standing, and a large drop-down projection screen. A
rolling white board, 100 chairs and 20 eight foot tables are available
in the adjoining storage room to configure the room as needed. A small
adjoining kitchenette is equipped with a refrigerator, microwave,
coffeemaker, hot water dispenser and two sinks.
Small Meeting Room
Located on the second floor (library level), this room is 507 sq ft.
with an occupancy limit of 34 sitting and 73 standing. A conference table seats 8, and an additional
tables maybe set up as needed. It is equipped with a large screen
television, drop-down projector screen, marker boards, counter space
with sink, coffeemaker, hot water pot, and microwave. Online With Libraries (OWL) video conferencing services for this room require at least a week's notice.
Both rooms have speakerphone and three way teleconferencing capabilities.
May be available upon request. Please ask when making a reservation.
Headphones (a few with microphones)
Large print keyboard
Portable projector screen
Some equipment may be available for overnight check-out to local patrons in good
standing. Call for more information. A deposit may be required.
Located on the second floor, past the Library Front Desk, and near the coin operated copier, this small room is equipped with two un-timed computers, a microfiche viewer, a printer with a scanner, a white board, and a special Alaska Reference collection. This room may be reserved for up to two hours at a time to conduct research, study, view microfiche, conduct a video conference, take an online course, or take a proctored test. Please call to arrange a reservation or a proctored test.
Schedule a Reservation
Alaska OWL Program
Video conferencing equipment and services, laptops and projector provided by the
Alaska OWL (Online With Libraries) Program