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Community Meeting Rooms
This room will accommodate meetings of large groups, complete with video and computer capabilities. Movable walls will divide the space as needed. The Community Room will be available for use even when the library is not open.
Thank you Thermo Fisher Scientific
Conference Room and Training Area
This room is designed for meetings of local businesses, organizations and the Library Board of Trustees. It can also be used for seminars and classes offered by the library staff, and will have appropriate video and computer access. The Conference Room will be available for use even when the library is not open.
Thank you BrukerAXS
$ 25,000 each
These rooms will accommodate individuals who need a quiet area, literacy tutors and their students, or small groups of up to six people working on a project together. All rooms will have video and computer access.
Thank you David Parker
Ron & Jayne Kuehn
Tom & Marykay Zimbrick
Ronald J. and Janet E. Johnson
This area will offer computers and work space for those without access to computers or the Internet in their homes, as well as patrons wanting to access the library’s subscription databases for research.
Thank you John & Jeanne Flesch
The children’s library will offer extensive services and programming for young children. Here you will find books and other materials for children ages 0 – 12, with appropriately sized shelving, specialized materials for early literacy and pre-schoolers, child-friendly furnishings and age-appropriate displays.
Children’s Story and Craft Room
This multi-purpose room is designed to appeal to children of all ages. It will be THE place to be for story time, arts and crafts programs and special events scheduled by the library staff.
Thank you Madison Community Foundation
Children’s Services Area
Central to the activities for youth services is an extensive service area for assisting patrons, answering questions and registering for programs, as well as work and storage space “behind the scenes”.
Young Adult/Teen Area
This area is designed for teens in our community. It will be a place for them to read, listen to music, and view a wide variety of materials. It will serve as a study area and have access to computer technology with the latest gaming equipment.
Thank you Oak Bank
Popular Materials Area
This area will have a “bookstore” feel to encourage browsing by patrons of all ages. Available will be the latest book releases, magazines, newspapers, DVD’s and CD’s. It will be located near the main entrance of the library to allow for easy and quick service.
Adult Collection Areas (2)
$ 50,000 each
These areas will house adult fiction and nonfiction/research materials, including large print materials. Ample seating will be available together with study tables for reading and research. The adult fiction will be located on the main floor; the adult non-fiction/research will be located on the second floor.
Local history and genealogy: This room, complete with appropriate climate controls, will celebrate Fitchburg’s long history by preserving historic documents and collecting local publications. It will give individuals and genealogists a place to work.
Thank you Fitchburg Center
Quiet Reading Area
This quiet space on the second floor of the library, complete with a fireplace, will offer a comfortable and cozy place for reading and reflection. This area can be used as an informal gathering space in the library.
Thank you Bill and Mary Linton
Gallery Wall Display Area
Our community and state abound with talented artists in all mediums. These gallery walls will serve as the backdrop for revolving collections as well as permanent pieces.
Thank you Promega Corporation Employees and Directors
Friends of Fitchburg Library Office
This office provides a central location for volunteer and fundraising activities in support of the library.
Thank you John & Barb Matthews
E-Z Help Desk
This is a customized work space central to the library where patrons check out books, get library cards and obtain general information about the library.
Thank you Park Bank
Information Technology Desk
This work area will be conveniently located near the technology center on the second floor and is a one-stop location for help with technology and library resources.
Thank you Roger Tesch
Outdoor Entry Pavilion
This is the gateway to the library, at the corner of Lacy Road and Research Park Drive. It will be handicap accessible, and have space for outdoor activities, programming and reading.
This outdoor space will enhance the back of the building with gardens and reading spaces. It will serve as the entrance from the City Hall parking lot and will be handicap accessible.
Central Entrance Plaza
The central plaza, located on the first floor, serves as the interior gateway to all of the library areas. Donor recognition will be displayed here.
Thank you CEDA and Fitchburg Chamber of Commerce
Children's Play Area
Located in the Children's Library, this play area will provide a fun place for our smallest patrons and their caregivers to read their favorite board books or play with educational toys in a cozy environment
Thank you Friends of the Fitchburg Library