Reserving Spaces

At this time, Manlius Library is only accepting reservations for adult groups. Any unvaccinated group members must remain masked and observe social distancing guidelines.

You can request rooms for your group or organization online or by calling (315) 682-6400. Read more about our meeting room use policy here.  

Want coffee, snacks or technology? Email Bill Loveland with questions and requests. Coffee is $10 for 10 cups, baked goods are $1 – $1.50, and technology is free!

The Community Room accommodates up to 15 people and is designated for use by adult groups:

There is an overhead projector with screen, whiteboard, and kitchenette.

The Conference Room accommodates up to 6 people and is designated for use by adult groups. Please ensure that all food and drink is not placed directly on the large conference table. Food and drink should be placed on the side table:

There is a large conference table, media cart with TV, and small whiteboard.

Display Window

Manlius Library has a large display window near the front desk. Local nonprofits may reserve this space for up to one month.

Email Bill Loveland to make a request.

The window is 2′ 4″ in depth, 8′ 6″ wide, and 5′ 6″ tall.

Telehealth at Manlius Library

Need space, internet access, or a device for your telehealth appointment?

As part of the NY Statewide Senior Action Council program, Manlius Library is proud to offer our meeting rooms, free internet access, and laptops to assist patrons with their telehealth needs.

You must have your telehealth appointment set up with your medical professional before setting up an appointment with our library, as we do not schedule telehealth appointments.

Please contact Alex Bastian or Stephanie Langer to set up your telehealth appointment.

Please stop by our front desk before your appointment to be let into your reserved room, and let us know if you need to borrow a laptop. We are happy to assist with setting up your laptop, but will not be available to help with your telehealth appointments due to HIPAA laws.