Lafayette Public Library is a hub that connects the community to reading and learning, with programs for children, teens, and adults. We encourage individuals to share their knowledge and talents with the community, and present programs that are co-sponsored by the library.
Programs must be free and open to the public and to Library staff.
Programs may not serve as a platform for generating income for any group or individual.
Products or services will not be sold during Library presentations. Exceptions: authors speaking about published works, and performers who have recordings available for sale.
The Library reserves the right to take photographs of programs for its own records and for future promotional purposes.
Events and programs are generally planned three months in advance.
Due to the high volume of program proposals received, the Library is unable to individually respond to each inquiry. All submissions are reviewed. If accepted, a Library representative will contact you.
Approved Program Proposals
Program presenters agree to:
Commit to present the specified program as scheduled.
Offer the program at no charge to the Library or the public.
Agree to follow the Lafayette Public Library Rules of Conduct.
Set up and take down the program space.
Lafayette Public Library agrees to:
Reserve a meeting room space at no charge to the presenter. The Library’s meeting room accommodates 170, and includes an available lectern, built-in sound system, whiteboard, and projection screen.
Publicize the program in its newsletters, social media, and online calendar.