Display areas include bulletin boards, other library surfaces and display cases.
A. These spaces are available to organizations and individuals engaged in educational, cultural, informational, intellectual and charitable activities.
B. Hobby, craft and art exhibits are encouraged, but are displayed at the owner’s risk and with the permission of the Library Director.
C. Announcements of music and drama events, civic programs and similar items may be displayed in the library by permission of the Library Director.
D. No materials, leaflets or posters that advocate the election of a candidate, or position on an issue, political or otherwise, shall be posted or actively distributed in the library. The library may receive such materials, leaflets, and posters without prejudice and make them available to the public in a designated location.
E. No organization or individual shall be permitted to solicit or place in the library any box, receptacle or canister which solicits donations, nor shall any poster or display be permitted which advocates or solicits consideration of any product or item sold by any commercial or charitable enterprise with the exception of anything pertaining to the library. Items relevant to a program being conducted at the library may be sold for a limited time, on approval by the Library. Examples include books or music recordings written or performed by a featured program presenter.
F. Petitions will not be allowed.
Adopted October 2005