Do you have meeting rooms for public use?
Yes, we have three meeting rooms at the Gillette library, Pioneer Rooms 1 and 2 and the Wyoming Room. Each Pioneer Room holds approximately 18-20 people seated at tables, or 38-40 with chairs only. The Pioneer Rooms can be combined to hold approximately 38 people seated at tables, or 78 with chairs only. The capacity of the Wyoming Room is 200 people seated at tables, or 320 with chairs only.




Wright Branch has one meeting room available, which can hold approximately 50 people.



The use of these rooms is free, for nonprofit purposes. For additional information please view the Meeting Room Use Policy for the Gillette or Wright library, or contact the library at 307-687-0009 in Gillette or 307-464-0500 in Wright.

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2. How do I renew my books, videos, etc. online?
3. Can I renew my materials over the phone?
4. Can I be notified by email when I have overdue items or an item on hold?
5. What software does the library have on the public computers?
6. When is the used book sale?
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8. I don’t live in Campbell County. Can I get a card and use this library?
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