Adults

Program Room

Program Room

Groups that need a meeting space larger than our study rooms can accommodate can reserve our Program Room, depending upon availability.

All reservations will be made on a first-come, first-served basis. An adult (18 years of age or older) representative of the group must complete and sign the Program Room Application and pay any fees owed. Completed applications can be turned in at the Rosewood Library.

For the full Program Room policy and requirements, click here.

For the Program Room application, click here

Study Rooms

Study Rooms

Rosewood Library has three study rooms available to patrons with a valid library card. The rooms available are:

  • Study Room 1: a large study room, available for 3-8 people for up to 3 hours
  • Study Room 2: a small study room, available for 1-3 people for up to 2 hours
  • Study Room 3: a small study room, available for 1-3 people for up to 2 hours

Study room reservations are for same-day only. Reservations are on a first come, first serve basis.

Children under the age of 12 are not permitted use of the study rooms without an adult in the room with them.

For the full study room policy click here.

For larger groups, click here for information on reserving our Program Room.

Homebound Services

Residents of the City of Commerce who are unable visit the library due to physical/medical conditions are eligible for this home delivery service. If you are interested or know someone who would be, please fill out and return the form below to the City of Commerce Public Library or give us a call. Please submit the following application.

Immigrant Resources: Know Your Rights

As our library mission states, “the library provides quality material for the public”, and for this reason, we have gathered updated information regarding information on Deferred Action Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and immigration enforcement. This information is also available in paper form at Rosewood Library. The links and information will be monitored and updated. 

Everyone living in the U.S. has certain basic rights under the United States Constitution. For example, you have the right to remain silent and you may refuse to speak to immigration officers.

Commerce Loves Reading Book Festival -- March 18, 2017

Meet the Creative Minds Behind Your Favorite Books!

(Check out information from last year's event!)

Bring your books to get them autographed, or buy a copy at the festival, courtesy of Once Upon a Time Books!

Check out the schedule:

Volunteer at the Veterans Resource Center


The VRC is currently looking for volunteers to work at the center located at the Rosewood Library. Becoming a benefits coach is a rewarding experience. Our coaches have the opportunity to interact with veterans and active military by assisting them in a variety of topics.
 
Volunteer benefits coaches ensure that veterans and their families know how to get connected to the state and federal benefits and services they have earned through military
service. If you are interested in helping and serving veterans and their families; have patience, empathy and good listening and interpersonal skills; and are familiar with military life, veterans’ issues, reintegration challenges, or a willingness to learn, then you can help!
 
If you are interested in donating your time either by becoming a Benefits Coach or participating in one of our Operation Gratitude projects, please contact

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