Stillwater Public Library invites our community to provide feedback on the public and private use of the library’s event wing by individuals and organizations. The library’s event wing includes the Margaret Rivers meeting rooms, a conference room, a gallery, and the Johnson Terrace (an outdoor rooftop area). Since its completion in 2006, the event wing has served as a space for library programs, community meetings, fundraisers, weddings, and other special events.

Your input will help us better understand our community’s interests and preferences regarding the use of this space. The results of this survey will provide one form of the input used by the Library Board of Trustees in its consideration of future use of the event wing.

Please submit your responses by Wednesday, March 31, 2021.

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Johnson Terrace

The Johnson Terrace, the library's outdoor rooftop area, set with chairs for an event.

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Gallery

Library's gallery area with cafe tables for seating.

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Meeting Rooms

The library's three meeting rooms in the event wing: Margaret Rivers A, Margaret Rivers B and the Conference Room.

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* 1. Prior to COVID, how often did you utilize services of Stillwater Public Library?

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* 2. What activities have you ever attended or done in the event wing? Check all that apply.

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* 3. What should be the library’s usage priorities for the event wing space? Please rank in order of importance (1 = Highest Priority and 6 = Lowest Priority).

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* 4. For what other purposes do you envision the event wing being utilized?

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* 5. Should individuals and/or organizations be permitted to hold events in the event wing that are not open to the public?

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* 6. Should community and non-profit groups be charged a fee for using the event wing?

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* 7. Should for-profit and private groups be charged a fee for using the event wing?

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* 8. If non-library sponsored events are held in the event wing, when should they be scheduled?

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