Los Angeles has several public libraries and most of them have meeting rooms. The meeting rooms provide affordable meeting space for clubs, workshops, and other events.
AC Bilbrew Library
150 East. El Segundo Boulevard, Los Angeles
The AC Bilbrew Library is a 21,000 square feet library that includes the Black Resources Center, an adult reading area, a study room, a children’s area, and an kid’s activity room with an outdoor patio. The library has a meeting room that can accommodate events with up to 168 people.
East Los Angeles Library
4837 East 3rd Street, Los Angeles
The East Los Angeles Library is a 26,300 square feet building with adult and children’s areas, a computer room, and a bookstore. The park has a meeting room available for events with up to 175 people.
Los Angeles Central Public Library
630 W. Fifth St., Los Angeles
The Los Angeles Central Public Library is a historic library that was constructed in 1926. The library has several spaces available to rent for events including the Mark Taper Auditorium and Lobby, the Atrium Landings, the Lodrick M Cook Rotunda, the KLOS Story Theater, the Flora L Thornton Courtyard, the Children’s Courtyard, the Robert F Maguire Gardens, meeting rooms, and a conference center. The library can accommodate up to 500 people inside and up to 1,500 people outside.