~Rooms Used in the Munson Library~
Community Room (Memorial Hall)- The Community Room seats 200 people. These people are usually there to see performances, take a class, participate in an event, or for many other reasons. If you would like to see a photo of the Community Room click on "Community Room" at the beginning of the paragraph.
The Library- The library holds over 18,000 books, magazines, videos, tapes, CDs, records, and reference materials. People from all around use these materials at home and at the library.
The Basement- The basement is where many different social and private events happen. Groups also hold many meetings such as the Boy Scouts.
The Nursery School- The nursery school was for children that were almost going into kindergarten.
Another room that hardly anyone knows about is the "Kitchenette" The kitchenette was used to cook and serve refreshments, dinners, snacks, and lunches for people that where participating in events. Awhile after they changed it into two offices used by Munson Library associates.
Click here to go back to "Uses" Homepage
Click here to go back to Munson Library homepage