The Pasadena Public Library is the information center for its community and encourages the free expression of ideas essential to an informed citizenry. To accomplish this role, the first objective of the Library is to serve as an active resource for learning, studying and contemplating ideas. This objective is evidenced by, but not limited to, the basic functions of libraries in checking out books and other material as well as the offering of programs and services which advance the knowledge and experience of the citizens we serve. The offering of meeting room and exhibit space in our libraries is one of many methods used to foster greater free expression and free access to ideas representing all points of view on all subjects.
There are exhibit spaces in many Pasadena Public Library branches as well as the Central Library. The Pasadena Central Library has several exhibit spaces available throughout the main floor of the library, which feature displays from different community organizations and individuals. If you are interested in creating an exhibit for display in the library, please review the following documents governing the use of library exhibit space before contacting the library about your exhibit:
Meeting Rooms and Auditorium
Pasadena Public Library meeting spaces are currently unavailable for reservation and use.
The Pasadena Public Library has meeting spaces available for public use at six of its branches as well as an auditorium and meeting space at the Central Library. Reservations for the Central Library’s meeting spaces, including the Donald R. Wright Auditorium, are handled through the library’s administration office on Tuesdays and Thursdays by calling 626-744-4041. To reserve a meeting room at one of our branches, please call that branch to see if the space is free and make a reservation. Please review the following documents before making a reservation to learn about the policies and procedures governing meeting room use: