Spring 2021: Meeting Rooms are available in a limited capacity.
Please contact the library by phone @ 715-463-2244 or email Sara: for more information.
The Learning Center and History Room are a community resource! Not-for-profit groups in the Grantsburg area can reserve meeting rooms for programs of an informational, educational, cultural, or civic nature.
Bruce E. Erickson Learning Center
- Seats 38 at 11 square tables. The maximum capacity is 79
- Kitchenette with refrigerator, microwave, and sink
- Internet access
- Built-in smart television
- Available for after-hours meeting use with reservation, damage deposit, and After-hours meeting room contract
- View room
Henry Peterson History Room
- Seats 8 at a rectangle conference table
- Internet access
- View room
General Information and Policies
Meeting rooms must be reserved and paid for in advance by submitting a Meeting Room Reservation Form. Groups reserving the room outside of regular operating hours must also submit a $100 damage deposit and an After hours meeting room contract to Grantsburg Public Library, 415. S. Robert Street., Grantsburg, WI 54840. Deposits and contracts must be made before reservations can be taken. Reservation of the facilities is on a first-come, first-served basis. Library and Village of Grantsburg sponsored programs will have preference and are not charged fees.
The following types of uses are prohibited uses of the Learning Center and History Room:
- Monetary solicitation
- Personal or family purpose
- Programs that interfere with the normal functions of the library
Fees. For-profit and/or commercial entities may rent the Learning Center for $50/hour. The History Room may be rented for $20/hour doing normal operating hours only. Not-for-profit groups reserving the space for informational, educational, cultural or civic nature will not be charged a fee for room use.
Use of Facilities. Groups must supply items such as napkins, plates & utensils. Decorations, wall hangings, presentation materials, or any other items may not be fastened to walls, ceilings, or fixtures. The Learning Center and History Room and restrooms must be left in the same condition and set up an arrangement as when the user took responsibility for the premises Clean-up Checklist; the library reserves the right to retain the users’ deposit if this is not the case. There will be a minimum fee of $50 charged to the person that reserved the space if the library must clean up after the group. If the actual cost for cleaning or repair is more than $50 the total amount will be billed.
Cancelations. Groups shall contact the library 24 hours in advance of reservations to cancel or reschedule a reservation. Groups that make room reservations and fail to show up three or more times without giving the library sufficient notice will have meeting room privileges revoked for six months.
In the event of an emergency, the library reserves the right to cancel all reservations.