Lincoln County Public Library is a community space with areas for meetings, programs, activities, studies, reading, exhibits, bulletin boards, and displays.

Community Rooms

The Community Rooms are ample, open spaces that can comfortably seat people in theater-style seating or at tables and chairs.  Primarily used for Library programs and events, the Community Room is also available for various public uses. 

Our Community Rooms are the perfect space for local organizations’ meetings, professional workshops or training, or groups needing a community space.  The room is available for these approved uses at no cost. The room’s set-up is flexible. The user may rearrange tables and chairs.  Additional audiovisual equipment, such as laptops or video conferencing technology, is available upon request. 

The Community Room is unavailable for parties, showers, reunions, or social gatherings. See the Community Room Policy for additional information.

Community Room FAQs

Kentucky Room

The Kentucky Room houses Kentucky Nonfiction and the genealogy and local history collection. This quiet space can be used for research, study, informal meetings, and other tasks. Learn more about the Kentucky Room collection.

Lincoln County Public Library tables and chairs in the Kentucky Room
Lincoln County Public Library room with green screen wall and xbox


The Makerspace is currently undergoing a transformation process. The greenscreen wall is currently available as well as the Xbox. We are working on recreating this space upstairs in Community Room 2. When finished, the Makerspace will include 3d printers and other equipment to “make” things.

Bulletin Boards & Displays

The Library provides bulletin boards and other spaces for the posting and display of civic, cultural, and educational information of community interest.  The Library supports its mission of connecting people within the community by providing Community Bulletin Board space.  Priority is given to Library programs and information.  Display of events or information does not imply library endorsement. Review the policy

Exhibits & Displays

Library exhibit space is open to and accessible by all members of the public. The library encourages open access to ideas and does not knowingly discriminate through its exhibits. Exhibits will not be excluded from consideration because of the origin, background, or views of exhibit creators or because of possible controversy. Review the policy

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