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.
Use of these rooms is free for any meeting or event pertaining to Town of Lenox agencies, departments or other Lenox civic organizations. Fees (including a reduced rate for non-profit organizations) are included in the policies below.
If you are interested in using either space, please look at the documents listed below.
- Facility Use Policy and Application for Meetings
- Facility Use Policy and Agreement for Welles Gallery Exhibits
- Floor Plans, Reading Room and Gallery
- Available Equipment