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  • Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (school year)
  • The library is closed on summer Sundays (May 25 - August 31)
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Pauline Haass Public Library
N64W23820 Main St.
Sussex, WI 53089

  • Monday through Thursday 9:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. 
  • Friday 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (school year)
  • Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (summer)
  • Sunday 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. (school year)
  • Closed summer Sundays and major holidays

This is not a comprehensive list of all procedures and/or policies. Please read the Meeting Room Policy for more complete information and download the policy/application form in PDF format.


Who may apply?
When may I apply?
What time may my meeting start/end?
What may the rooms be used for? 
How often may the room be used?
What is the cost?
What equipment is available?
How many people can the rooms accommodate?
What about kitchen facilities?
Do I need to clean up afterwards?
Regulations

Who may apply?

The primary use of the Library's meeting rooms is for the Library's own programs, including those of the Friends of the Library and the PHPL Foundation.   Secondary use is for meetings and activities sponsored by the Library’s municipal funding bodies.  When the rooms are not needed for these primary and secondary needs they may be available for use by Waukesha County non-profit community groups and for-profit businesses located in Sussex or Lisbon.  In cases where a non-profit designation is not readily apparent, proof of tax-exempt status may be required to establish eligibility to use the rooms. 

The Library has two meeting rooms available for use by for-profit or not-for profit groups:  the Quad/Graphics Room which seats up to 100 people, and the small meeting room which seats up to 12.  Meeting rooms may not be used by individuals for private social events.  Meetings by for-profit groups may not be open to the public or to invited potential customers.  These meetings may be attended only by employees or current business associates of the organization.

When may I apply?
Applications are available at both the Checkout and Adult Reference Desks, and may be picked up in person or downloaded from the Library’s website.  The completed application form may be mailed or faxed to the Library, or turned in at either service desk.  They must be received at least 7 days prior to the meeting date to allow sufficient time for processing.  Groups wishing to use the meeting rooms may apply for dates up to six months in advance.  An application is not a guarantee of use of the room.   The Library regrets that because of its growing need to use the rooms for its own programming, which may not be planned that far in advance, confirmation of a date may not be available until 6 weeks in advance of the requested date.   The Library’s meeting rooms may therefore be unsuitable for groups with a need to plan more than six weeks into the future. 

What time may my meeting start/end?

Meeting setup may be scheduled to begin after the Library opens to the public on any day.  Allow time for setup and cleanup (including cleaning tables and vacuuming the floor) in addition to the program time when scheduling a meeting.  There is no access to the building for setup or meeting activities before 9:30 a.m. on weekdays and Saturday, and before 1 p.m. on those school-year Sundays during which the library has open hours.

 

Groups whose meetings will extend beyond closing hours must notify the Library by checking the box on the application form.   Such meetings must end, and all participants leave the building, by 11:00 p.m. The Library closing times are:

Monday through Thursday at 8 p.m.

Friday at 5 p.m.

Saturdays during the school year at 4 p.m.

Summer Saturdays at 1 p.m.

Sundays during the school year at 4 p.m.

What may the rooms be used for? 

Meeting rooms may not be used by individuals for private social events. 

 

Meetings by for-profit groups may not be open to the public or to invited potential customers.  These meetings may be attended only by employees or current business associates of the organization.

 

Meeting rooms may not be used for any purpose which may, in the opinion of the Director and/or the Library Board, interfere with the normal use of the Library, present a safety hazard, degrade the condition of the building or its contents, or create an exceptional maintenance need.  For this reason, glitter and non-watercolor paint may not be used. 

 

Use of the meeting rooms does not constitute an endorsement of the views of the user of the room by the Library.

 

Meeting rooms may not be used for a return engagement by a group that has made any abuse of the facility in its earlier use or has violated any of the regulations set forth. The Library Director is authorized by the Library Board to determine whether such abuse or violation has occurred, and may cut off privileges regardless of whether the group has future reservations that have been approved.

 

The Library Board subscribes to the tenets of the Library Bill of Rights, which states in part: "Libraries which make exhibit spaces and meeting rooms available to the public they serve should make such facilities available on an equitable basis, regardless of the beliefs or affiliations of individuals or groups requesting their use."

Groups using the meeting rooms are not permitted to charge registration fees or to require the purchase of an item as a condition of attending a meeting.  Membership dues and voluntary incidental donations (such as coffee money or the recovery of photocopy costs) may be collected.  Membership dues may be collected provided no one is excluded from attending if not a member.  The Library’s governing municipalities, however, may charge registration fees for recreation classes which are held in the Library’s meeting rooms provided those fees are paid directly to the municipality and not collected within the Library.

How often may the room be used?

In order to make the meeting rooms accessible to as many groups as possible, the following limitations on frequency apply. 

  • Quad/Graphics Room:  use by an organization is limited to two meetings per month, with combined use of the Quad/Graphics Room and Small meeting room not to exceed four meetings per month.
  • Small meeting room:   an organization may use this room for one open or private meeting per week, with combined use of the Small meeting room and Quad/Graphics Room not to exceed four meetings per month.

A parent organization and its sub-groups will be considered as separate entities if this is specified at the time of application.

What is the cost?
Rooms are available for use free of charge by Waukesha County non-profit community groups and for-profit businesses located in Sussex or Lisbon. A maintenance fee of $100 may be assessed if the room is left in poor condition.

What equipment is available?

Quad/Graphics Room:  A VCR, DVD player and large screen TV, a wall mounted screen and an easel, a podium, sixteen 18” x 72” tables, and 100 chairs are available for use by groups who have specified their use in their application.  A group may have no more than 100 people in attendance in the Quad/Graphics Room.

 

Intent to use any equipment must be indicated on the application form, and the person signing the application form assumes personal responsibility for any damage.  Library staff is not available to assist with equipment.

 

Small meeting room:   This room contains a table and twelve chairs.  It will not accommodate any of the above-listed equipment other than an easel.  A group may have not more than 12 people in attendance in the small meeting room.

How many people can the rooms accommodate?
A group may have no more than 100 people in attendance in the Quad/Graphics Room.

Groups using the small meeting room may have not more than 12 people in attendance.

What about kitchen facilities?

There is a kitchen that is accessible from both meeting rooms.  Access to the kitchen must be requested on the application form.   The kitchen is to be used for staging and serving, not for meal preparation.  Staff and members of a group using the other meeting room may be using the kitchen at the same time. 

 

A sink, microwave oven, half-shelf of a refrigerator, a 10-cup coffeepot, one 30-cup coffeepot, and one 30-cup hot-water pot are available if requested at the time of application, and confirmed by the Library.    No supplies are provided.  The serving of non-alcoholic beverages and light snacks is allowed in the room, with prior approval as described on the application form.

 

Each group using the kitchen is required to clean and leave it in good order after use.  The responsible party will be billed for any extra cleaning required in the meeting room or kitchen as a result of serving food or beverages.

Do I need to clean up afterward?
Yes. Because of limited staff, the Library cannot assume responsibility for setting up the rooms or for cleaning the rooms after each use.  The responsibility for setup and clean up is assumed by the group using a room.  The person responsible for a meeting will be given a checklist when a room is unlocked, and must see that the procedures listed for cleaning are carried out.  

Each group using the kitchen is required to clean and leave it in good order after use.  The responsible party will be billed for any extra cleaning required in the meeting room or kitchen as a result of serving food or beverages.  A maintenance fee of $100 may be assessed if the room is left in poor condition.

Regulations:

Organizations that wish to continue using Library facilities must abide by the following regulations.

 

  1. Because of the special relationship the Library has with its funding municipalities, the Library Board may make special accommodation for their needs. Accommodation may also be made for the needs of the Hamilton and Arrowhead school districts, as state law defines a special relationship between public libraries and public schools, evidenced by the requirement of the appointment of a school district representative to library boards.
  2. All advertisements, announcements, press releases, flyers, etc. relating to meetings by for-profit groups held at the Library must clearly state that the meetings is not sponsored by the Pauline Haass Public Library.  Copies of all promotional materials pertaining to the meeting must be sent or brought to the Library at least 3 days prior to the meeting.  This regulation may also be required of non-profit groups, at the library’s discretion
  3. Each group will be admitted to and must vacate the room at the scheduled time. Setup and cleanup time must be included in the scheduled time block.
  4. Groups using the meeting rooms are not permitted to charge registration fees or to require the purchase of an item as a condition of attending a meeting.  Membership dues and voluntary incidental donations (such as coffee money or the recovery of photocopy costs) may be collected.  Membership dues may be collected provided no one is excluded from attending if not a member.  The Library’s governing municipalities, however, may charge registration fees for recreation classes which are held in the Library’s meeting rooms provided those fees are paid directly to the municipality and not collected within the Library.
  5. The name, address or telephone number of the Pauline Haass Public Library may not be used as the address or headquarters of the group meeting at the Library.
  6. Smoking, use of tobacco products, and use of alcohol or malt beverages is prohibited anywhere in the building, with the exception of wine or malt beverages served at functions hosted by the Library Board, Friends of the Library, or PHPL Foundation with prior specific written permission from the Library Board and necessary approval/licensing by the Village of Sussex.
  7. Groups using the meeting rooms will comply with the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act which require that a meeting or materials at a meeting be provided in accessible format in response to a request.
  8. Displays may not be affixed directly to the walls of the meeting rooms without prior approval.  Nothing installed or posted by the Library may be removed from the walls.
  9. Parents or caregivers who bring children to meetings in the Library must abide by the Library’s Unattended Child policy. Children of any age who cannot conduct themselves appropriately or require repeated staff intervention, may not be left unattended anywhere in the building.  When a meeting continues after the Library is closed, children must remain in the same meeting room as their parent or caregiver.  Playing in the lobby area, kitchen or restrooms is prohibited.
  10. The Library is not responsible for equipment or material owned by a group and used in the Library.  No supplies or equipment belonging to non-Library associated groups may be stored at the Library.
  11. The Library does not provide assistance with carrying supplies or equipment, custodial help, or assistance with the operation of equipment for meetings.
  12. Displays, posters, and literature connected with a meeting in the Library may not be placed anywhere in the Library prior to the meeting, except as allowed by the Posting and Distributions Policy.   A small sign announcing the meeting may be posted on the meeting room doors or on an easel no earlier than one-half hour before the program, meeting, etc. will begin. No other information or displays can be placed outside the meeting room while a meeting is taking place
  13. For and in consideration of the use of the meeting room and Library facilities, any person or group using same hereby agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Pauline Haass Public Library from any and all actions, suits, relating to its use of such rooms and facilities.  Further, such person or group agrees to reimburse the Library for any and all costs for repair of any and all damage as may be caused directly or indirectly to the room and/or facilities by such use thereof.  If any organization refuses to pay for the damage the matter may be referred for legal action.
  14. Appeals and/or comments on meeting room policies and regulations may be made to the Library Board in writing.  Address such communications to:

Pauline Haass Public Library Board of Trustees

N64 W23820 Main Street

Sussex, WI  53089

Phone (262) 246-5180  Fax (262) 246-5236

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Information about BadgerCare Plus from the Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services.  Contact and eligibility information available. 

Medicaid
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Medicare
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MedlinePlus
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Library Computers

The library has twelve public access computers available for customers with a valid CAFÉ library card. Computers are available on a first come first served basis, and each user is allowed 90 minutes per day.  Data can be saved to CD and USB drives. Black & white laser printers are available at each computer. Users can access the Internet and Microsoft Office 2010 products which include Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Publisher.

The library has two laptops available for check out and use in the library.  They are available for patrons age 14 and older with a valid library card.  The laptops use our wireless network, and include Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and Publisher software, as well as a DVD player/burner.  Laptops are available on a first come first served basis, and each user is allowed 90 minutes per day.

The library also offers an enclosed computer room for 1-2 people. This room has Microsoft Office Suite 2010 software, including Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Publisher. Photo editing software is also available. Other equipment includes a scanner and black & white laser printer.  To use this room, please stop by the Reference Desk. This computer can be reserved up to one week in advance. 

Printing charges for all computers are 10¢ per page for black & white. USB drives are also available for purchase.

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Rosetta Stone courses are available for in-library use.  This language immersion program will help you master Mandarin, French, German, Spanish and Italian.  All languages have three expertise levels that blend oral and written exercises to teach grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation. Rosetta Stone software is available on laptops for use by those ages 14 and older. Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult during the language sessions. The library also offers books, videos and audio materials for language learning. For more information, please contact the Adult Services Desk at 262-246-5181.

Transparent Language Online bridges the gap between learning a language online and using that language in the real world by allowing users to do both - all in one program. Transparent Language is available free at home or in the library to all valid CAFÉ library card holders. 

Computer Classes
Are you just getting started with computers or looking for a little extra help to answer some of your questions?  We can help!  The library offers free one-on-one computer classes for adults.  Sit down with a librarian and learn the ins and outs of search techniques, e-mail accounts and more.  Call the Adult Reference Desk at 262-246-5181 to schedule a time to learn more about computers today!

LearningExpress Library offers the practice tests, exercises, skill-building courses, and information you need to achieve the results you want—at school, at work, or in life. Looking to land a job? You'll find an entire Learning Center dedicated to helping you get the one that's right for you. (Home users: click here and enter your complete library card number, including all letters, numbers and symbols, then select LearningExpress Library from the list of available resources)

BadgerLink is a project of the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI), Division for Libraries, Technology, and Community Learning. Its goal is to provide access to quality online information resources for Wisconsin residents. 

Programs sponsored by the Friends of the Pauline Haass Library

The Friends of the Pauline Haass Library sponsor programs in support of the library's mission of connecting area residents to ideas, information and one another in a vibrant, welcoming environment. All programs are free, approximately one hour in length,  and are held in the Quad/Graphics Room of the library. No registration required unless indicated. For more information, call the library at 262-246-5180. 

Tuesday, January 13, 2015   1:00 p.m. Consumer Protection for Wisconsin Senior Citizens by Melissa Elson. From an overview of consumer protection, to current trending scams, to how to safeguard information, to warning signs of theft, to steps to take when victimized. Bring your questions and problems.

Thursday, February 19, 2015  1:00 p.m.  Great Lakes "Stuff and Etc." by Dan Heibler. Everyone has a "junk drawer" full of interesting stuff and so does the Great Lakes!  Hear about random facts and information like the Vikings' supposed theft of copper, the volcano which produced diamonds, Queen Elizabeth's visit to Milwaukee, and much more.

Thursday, March 12, 2015  7:00 p.m.  A House Divided: A Reflection of the Civil War, 1861-1865 by John Kelling. As the 150th anniversary and commemoration of the Civil War comes to a close, take a look at those four long and costly years -- the cause and effect then and now.

Tuesday, April 14, 2015  7:00 p.m. Helen Keller by Jessica Michna. As one of America's most inspirational women, Keller was the first deaf blind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree. She also met every U.S. President from Grover Cleveland to Lyndon Johnson. Michna will come in historic costume with artifacts.

Recent past programs have included: 

    My Life With the Green and Gold – Tales from 20 Years of Sportscasting

    Guitars, Gangsters and Guernseys:  Further Down the Trail of Blue Mound Road in the Early 20th Century

    Abraham Lincoln--Facts and Artifacts

    Cream City Memories

    The History of Mammoth Springs

    Fashions Through the Decades Style Show and Tea

    The Scandals of Sussex

    Denied Entry: a Survivor’s Journey of Fate, Faith and Freedom

    Out of the Northwoods: The Many Lives of Paul Bunyan

    It’s Train Time: The Story of the Bug Line

    Mary Todd Lincoln-- the Widow Reflects

    Lure and Lore of Spices

    Wisconsin's Gangster Past

    Touring 1938 Europe Unawares

    History of the Milwaukee Road Railroad

    Milwaukee's Love Affair with Baseball

    Rain Gardens: An Earthly Remedy

Do you have an idea for an adult program?  Call us at 262-246-5180. 

Computer Classes
Are you just getting started with computers or looking for a little extra help to answer some of your questions?  We can help!  The library offers free one-on-one computer classes for adults.  Sit down with a librarian and learn the ins and outs of search techniques, e-mail accounts and more.  Call the Adult Reference Desk at 262-246-5181 to schedule a time to learn more about computers today!

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