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Tigard Public Library

Rooms

In addition to open public spaces for browsing, reading and research, the library has several specialty rooms for a variety of activities.  

PLEASE NOTE: Due to budget reductions, the city does not rent rooms to the public or to groups.
 

Children's Room (1st Floor)

The place to be for a wide variety of books, movies, music and games for kids from infants through sixth grade. Kid-sized furniture allows young readers to curl up with a good book, play educational games and puzzles and escape into imaginary worlds with puppets. Kids can search for library materials and explore the Internet on six computers. Three additional computers offer educational games.

Kids Game Computers

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Conference Room (2nd Floor)

Due to budget reductions, the city does not rent rooms to the public or to groups.

The room is equipped with a projection screen and a conference table that seats 22. Meetings and some programs are held here.

Conference Room

George and Yvonne Burgess Community Room (1st Floor)

Due to budget reductions, the city does not rent rooms to the public or to groups.

Located to the left of the library’s entrance off the lobby, this room is the venue for most Library programs. With seating for 160 people, a large projection screen, sound system and stage lighting, this room is ideal for music, movies, games, author talks and a wide variety of performances. The room was renamed in February 2012 to recognize the significant contributions of two long-time library volunteers.

Community Room

Grace Tigard Houghton Reading Room (2nd Floor)

Due to budget reductions, the city does not rent rooms to the public or to groups.

A classic room for reading and study, the room also has a fireplace and attractive views conducive to contemplation and inspiration. It is equipped with electrical outlets for those with laptops who wish to access the library's wireless service.

Houghton Room

Local History Room (2nd Floor)

Due to budget reductions, the city does not rent rooms to the public or to groups.

The Tigard Public Library's local history collection documents the Tigard area's development from the 1850s to the present. It houses books, maps, atlases, photographs, scrapbooks and newspaper clippings, Tigard High School yearbooks and articles.   

Local History Room

Puett Room (1st Floor Children's Area)

Due to budget reductions, the city does not rent rooms to the public or to groups.

Most Story Times and kids' craft programs take place here.  It is equipped with kid-sized chairs and crafting tables.

Puett Room

Study Rooms (2nd Floor)

Three rooms are available for quiet individual or group study. People may reserve rooms up to one week in advance. Call 503-718-2517 to reserve a room. Check in at the 2nd Floor Reference Desk before using the room.

Study Room

Technology Room (2nd Floor)

Due to budget reductions, the city does not rent rooms to the public or to groups.

Equipped with 16 computers, this room hosts a wide variety of computer classes and open labs.

Technology Rroom

Young Adult Room  (2nd Floor)

Fiction, nonfiction, graphic novels, DVDs, CDs, helpful librarians and eight computers occupy this area especially for teen-aged library patrons. The room is a teen-only space from 3-7 p.m. on weekdays and all day on weekends.

Young Adult Room

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