Meeting Rooms

Nonprofit groups can reserve meeting rooms for free at the DBRL Libraries. Groups may use meeting space only once per month. Reservations will be accepted no more than two months in advance.

Eligible groups include nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and groups engaged in educational, civic, cultural and intellectual activities. Meetings must be held during library open hours and cannot have commercial purposes. The DBRL Meeting Room Policy has a full explanation of guidelines.

Please contact us if you have any questions.

Columbia Public Library

Your group must submit a Meeting Room Application Form at least once annually. If your group has registered, you may reserve a room by phone: (573) 817-7020.

  • Columbia Friends Room
    Friends Room – The largest meeting room, it is located on the first floor off the main hallway. It can accommodate up to 100 people. There are nine large and two small tables, up to 100 chairs, a small kitchenette and a retractable projector screen. (Videoconferencing equipment is available in this room only for a small fee.)
  • Conference Rooms A and B
    Conference Rooms A & B – These two smaller rooms are to either side of the Friends Room on the first floor. They each have up to 20 chairs, two tables, a whiteboard and a retractable projector screen.

Callaway County Public Library

Your group must submit a Meeting Room Application Form at least once annually. If your group has registered, you may reserve a room by phone: (573) 642-7261.

  • CCPL Friends Room
    Friends Room – The Callaway meeting room can accommodate up to 60 people or it can be divided into two rooms half that size. It includes a small kitchen.

Southern Boone County Public Library

Your group must submit a Meeting Room Application Form at least once annually. If your group has registered, you may reserve a room by phone: (573) 657-7378.

  • SoBoCo Meeting Room
    Meeting Room – The SoBoCo meeting room can accommodate up to 40 people and there is a small kitchen.
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