Contact Greensboro History Museum to inquire about the availability of the Preyer Lecture Hall by calling 336-373-2982.
Contact the branch that you would like to meet in for availability and scheduling. Download the meeting room contract.
The Central Library, 219 North Church St., has two state-of-the-art meeting rooms with audiovisual conference capabilities, as well as training and video rooms and satellite reception. View rental rates for Central Library.
The Tannenbaum/Sternberger Room can be divided to accommodate very small to medium sized groups. The "A" side of the Tannenbaum/Sternberger room can seat up to 15 people boardroom style and is well-suited for meetings not requiring audiovisual presentations or special setups.
The "B" side at 19 feet by 25 feet can seat up to 20 people boardroom room style and 40 people theatre style. When both sides of the room are used, it can accommodate up to 35 boardroom style or 60 theatre style and is ideal for workshops, corporate meetings, and small receptions. The room offers all audio/visual capabilities.
The Nussbaum Room offers a generous space to accommodate large groups for most any type of meeting situation. The 30-foot by 48-foot room can seat up to 110 people theatre style, 80 people seated at round tables, and more than 200 standing. The room has a video projector, lectern with touch-screen panel, VCR, Power Point connection, and microphones.
The space also features a reception lobby outside the room convenient for disseminating event material and greeting participants. The Gallery space leading from the entrance to the Nussbaum Room can also be used as a display area as well as a pre-function area.Central Library Computer Lab The computer lab consists of 12 computers with an instruction monitor at each station where students can view as the instructor presents training steps. All computers have Internet access.
Contact the Central Library Reservations line at 336-373-4798 for more information on renting these facilities. Meeting Room Inquiry