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November 26, 2015


Capitol Hill Branch : Meeting & Study Rooms

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Library Closed Thursday, Nov. 26

All locations of The Seattle Public Library and the book drops at the Central Library will be closed on Thanksgiving, Thursday, Nov. 26.

Meeting & Study Rooms at the Capitol Hill Branch

Planning a meeting or need a study room? We can accommodate groups large and small at most Library locations.


The Capitol Hill Branch has: 

  • A meeting room that can accommodate up to 49 people
  • A study room (accommodates up to 8)
  • A quiet study space in which patrons may use laptops, or read (no conversation)


The meeting room is wheelchair-accessible. Branch staff can help you determine whether the room can comfortably accommodate your group.


The branch has a study room that provides space for tutoring and other uses. Use of this room is free. The study room is scheduled (at the information desk) on a first come, first served basis and cannot be reserved. The quiet study space is open during library service hours and may be used without signing up at the information desk. 


Using Library Meeting Rooms


In accordance with the City of Seattle Municipal Code 14.08 (Public Accommodations Ordinance), The Seattle Public Library does not discriminate in making its premises available for use on the basis of age, race, color, national origin, marital status, parental status, sexual orientation, gender identity, political ideology, creed, ancestry or the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability. The use of any of The Seattle Public Library meeting rooms by any group or organization in no way constitutes endorsement of the policies or beliefs of that organization by the Library or the city of Seattle.

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Capitol Hill Branch
425 Harvard Ave. E.
Seattle, WA 98102



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Steve DelVecchio

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