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Meeting and Study Rooms

Due to Covid 19 there may be additional restrictions including smaller room capacities, masking requirements, food bans, etc.

Meeting Rooms

The newly renovated library building offers three meeting rooms for use by the library and its affiliated groups, the Town of Hopkinton, and nonprofit community groups. A Hopkinton resident who is a member of a nonprofit community group may request a reservation for the group up to 90 days in advance. There is no charge for the use of the rooms. Events in the library must be free and open to the public unless an exception is made by the library director.

If you would like to reserve a meeting room, please review our full Meeting Room Use Policy.

Study Rooms

The library has three private study rooms on the lower level that can be used for turoring, private study, or small meetings (fewer than 6 people). The rooms may be reserved for an hour, up to a week in advance, or used on a walk-in basis by individuals or small groups. To make an appointment for a study room, speak to a librarian at the reference desk or call the library to speak to the reference department.

If you would like to reserve a study room, please review our full Study Room Policy.

Hopkinton Residents ages 18+ with a valid library card may reserve a meeting room or study room online. If you do not meet these criteria, you may be able to make a reservation by calling the library at 508-497-9777.

PLEASE NOTE that library staff are not able to assist with audiovisual/technological troubleshooting during the course of an event. Groups planning to use the library's audiovisual equipment are strongly encouraged to schedule a time for an orientation to the equipment prior to their event. Orientations may be arranged by contacting Danielle Cook at

For questions about the meeting or study rooms, please contact Danielle Cook at or 508-497-3400.