The Lenox Library has been a place of assembly since 1874.
The Sedgwick Reading Room, built in 1889, was once the principal place of assembly for the Town of Lenox. The Welles Gallery has served as a venue for local artists and gathering space for the community since 1965.
If you are interested in using our facilities for a meeting, or if you wish to use the Welles Gallery for an exhibition, please look at the documents listed below.
- Facility Use Policy and Application for Meetings
- Facility Use Policy and Agreement for Exhibits
- Floor Plans, Reading Room and Gallery
- Available Equipment