McCoskey Room at MCL
The McCoskey Room, located on Marion Carnegie Library’s bottom floor, is named for, and dedicated to the memory of, Robert G. McCoskey, who was a member of the Board of Trustees of the Marion Carnegie Library from December 1983 until his death in March 2001. Mr. McCoskey served as president of the board from 1988 to 2001.
His dedication sustained the library through a period of transition, and under his leadership the library completed a major renovation and expansion project in 1997 that resulted in one of the finest facilities in Illinois.
Room Setup Options
The room is available to rent for groups of 10 or more, with a maximum capacity of 60.
The McCoskey Room can be configured in any of the options listed below to best fit your needs.
Note: Other room arrangements can be requested, but cannot exceed the maximum capacity of the room. Room arrangements can be changed at the discretion of library staff.
Square – seats 30 – Tables and chairs in a square.
Lecture – seats 54 – Chairs in rows.
Classroom – seats 36 – tables and chairs facing the same direction.
U-Shape – seats 30 – standard seating, with one open side.
Equipment and Facilities
The McCoskey Room is equipped with an overhead projection unit with a projection screen, a DVD player, a laptop, a podium, and a microphone. The need for the equipment must be indicated when the room is booked.
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