Meeting Rooms

How to Book a Meeting Room

  1. Read the Meeting Room Policies and Procedures.
  2. If your group fits our policies, review the Meeting Room Guide to choose an appropriate room for your meeting.
  3. To reserve the Theater, Activity Room, Large Meeting Room, Medium Meeting Room, or Conference Room, do one of the following:
    • 5 or more meeting requests: To register for a recurring room reservation for at least 5 meetings at regular intervals, please complete this online form.
    • 1-time meeting request: Check availability and request a 1-time reservation here. A staff member will review your request within 2 weekdays and send you an email telling you whether your request has been approved.
    • Last-minute meeting request: For last minute reservations made less than 2 weekdays in advance, please call the Chandler Wing Desk at 603-589-4603.
  4. To reserve the Small Meeting Rooms, call 603-589-4603. These rooms can be reserved up to 3 days in advance for up to 2 hours per day. You can also stop by the Chandler Wing Desk to reserve these rooms.
  5. If you have any questions, call the Chandler Wing Desk at 603-589-4603 or


Photos: Celeste Guidice



Interlibrary Loan

Interlibrary Loan

Frequently when we don’t have the book or film or magazine that you are looking for we can get it from another library in NH or across the country. You can search for materials owned by other New Hampshire libraries just by searching NHAIS ILL System. If you still don’t see what you are looking for please click here to fill out our Interlibrary Loan form or contact the Information Services desk by phone at 589-4611, via email at, or stop by in person so they can widen the search!


There is no charge for items borrowed from other NH libraries, which are delivered by van. Items that are borrowed from outside NH come by mail, and patrons are responsible for paying return postage and any additional fees charged by the lending library.


  • You may have up to three active interlibrary loan requests at a time. This number includes any items that you returned to the library which are still being processed.
  • We cannot borrow items less than six months old; instead you may suggest them for purchase using our online form.
  • If you need multiple copies of a book for your book group please contact us directly at the phone number or email listed below.
  • Please allow approximately 2 weeks for your item to arrive.

Questions? Please call the Information Services desk at 603-589-4611 or e-mail us at

Books by Mail

If you live in Nashua and meet at least one of the following criteria you are eligible for our Books by Mail program:

  1. You require large-print books and audio materials due to a physical or visual disability.
  2. You are homebound with disabilities that prevent you from visiting the library.

(If you don’t meet these criteria but are at high risk for COVID-19, please take advantage of curbside pickup.)

With the Books by Mail program you can receive books, audiobooks on CD, or magazines. On your application form, you will tell us what types of materials you like—fiction, nonfiction, mystery, romance, biography, etc. The service is free: you do not have to pay postage. We will give you more information about Books by Mail after we receive your application.

To participate, you need to complete an application, which has a section to be filled out by a medical professional. You can either:

Books by Mail
Nashua Public Library
2 Court Street
Nashua, NH 03060