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Melbourne Public Library

Melbourne Public Library
540 East Fee Ave
Melbourne, FL 32901
Phone: (321)952-4514

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The Melbourne Public Library has fully-equipped Internet-access PCs available for public use at no charge. A specially-equipped ADA accessible PC is available. Free WiFi access is also available.

The Melbourne Public Library has a reservable Meeting Room with a maximum capacity of 100 people featuring a Kitchenette, Podium, Projection Screen and WiFi.

The Melbourne Public Library has a reservable Conference Room with a maximum capacity of 12 people.

The Melbourne Public Library has two reservable study rooms available for public use with a maximum capacity of 6 people in each room.

An additional study room, with a maximum capacity of 6 people, is available but may not be reserved in advance.

The meeting rooms are available for public use.  To reserve a meeting or study room, call (321)952-4514.

Upcoming Events at Melbourne Public Library

Youth Services Storytimes

Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018
10:30 am
Cost: FREE

Storytimes are each Tuesday for Ages 18 months to 6 years of age.

Daycares & Pre-schools are welcome to all programs.  Please call to register.

Contact the Youth Services Department at (321)952-4514 for more information.

Family Sign Language Class

Wednesday, January 24th, 2018
3:30 pm
Cost: FREE

Family Sign Language Class is held each Wednesday - for Ages 4 and up.

The Master Gardening Clinic

Thursday, January 25th, 2018
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost: FREE

The title, "Florida Master Gardener", is used exclusively by the Florida Cooperative Extension Service Master Gardener Program in which trained and certified Master Gardeners answer your gardening questions. Brevard County was one of the first three counties in the state of Florida to initiate the Master Gardener Program based on the original State of Washington Master Gardener Program initiated in 1972.

The "Florida Master Gardener" receives approximately fifty hours of training in various areas of horticulture and in turn agree to volunteer seventy five hours their first year and 35 hours each year they remain active Master Gardeners.

Kent Armstrong will be available to give advice on Florida gardening.  This event takes place every Thursday from 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM.

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