Schedule your next private party, business meeting, or community organization’s event at the Manheim Township Public Library. The library offers a variety of meeting rooms and event facilities, which can be reserved for a fee, to accommodate groups of any size up to 192 people. The library is easily accessible off the Manheim Pike exit of Route 283, and Fruitville Pike exit of Route 30, making it one of Lancaster, PA’s most centrally located and convenient locations to plan your next meeting or event. Directions to the Library.
Browse our meeting room information, then submit a Room Rental Inquiry to check the availability of a space. We will reply to inquiries within one week.
Morgan Program Center A + B + C
This combination of three dividable rooms is the largest facility in the library. The high ceiling, bright lighting, and remotely controlled window shades make this state of the art facility ideal for presentations, fundraisers, concerts, discussions, dinners, parties, and events with flexibility to meet many needs.
The combinations of rooms can hold up to 192 persons in chairs. Also available are rectangular tables and circular tables which can seat up to 6.
The center room hosts a built in audio system that connects to a high definition overhead digital projector. Lighting options include full bright fluorescent and dimmable fluorescent or halogen lighting.
The large room can be divided into three individual rooms. Each has a capacity of up to 64 individuals in chairs.
Morgan Center Room A
This is the most interior section of the Morgan Center.
Morgan Center Room B
This room is middle room which has a built-in ceiling projector, large projection screen, a built-in sound system, and windows with full or partial blinds.
Morgan Center Room C
This is the most exterior section of the Morgan Center with a corner window that has a partial blind.
Lapp Story Silo
This multipurpose room is often booked for library programs, and may not be available for rentals. Please reach out about a particular date if you are interested.
There are six study rooms available for use free of charge during normal library hours. Study rooms may be checked out on a first come, first serve basis for two-hour sessions. Use of these rooms for paid services, including fee-based tutoring and counseling, will result in a rental charge to be paid when use begins. The same rental fees apply for patrons who wish to reserve a room for a future date for any type of use. The largest study room fits up to 8 people, and the smaller rooms fit 4 chairs and a table, or 2 large upholstered chairs.
Rental Agreement Documents
After you have submitted a Room Rental Inquiry, a staff member will contact you about your request. The documents below will be used to set up your rental once the inquiry has been approved.