Requesting Meeting Space

Kingston Public Library Activities Room

6 Green Street
781-585-0517

As of August 2018, only one room is available for public meetings and programs.  To reserve the Activities Room, visit or call the Library during open hours to complete a request form. The Activities Room may be used during the Library’s regular open hours and meetings must end 15 minutes prior to closing. You can submit a reservation request by completing our online form.

Non-profit organizations and town-based community or civic groups are not charged fees unless they are sponsoring a profit-making program. Private individuals, for-profit organizations and businesses reserving the meeting room are charged a room use fee of $50 for meetings that last less than four hours, or $100 for meetings that last more than four hours.

Conditions for use are outlined in the Activities Room policy.

Adams Center

33 Summer St
(781)-831-6120

The Adams Center is a beautiful historical building, formerly the Frederic C. Adams Public Library.  The space can hold between 50-100 guests, depending on the event.

To book an event,  please complete our online form.

 

 

 

Reed Community Building

Kingston Recreation Logo33A Summer Street
(781) 585-0533

 

 

 

Recreation Director:  Susan Woodworth swoodworth@kingstonmass.org
Assistant:  Debbie Doherty ddoherty@kingstonmass.org
Building/Facility Request Form
Reed Building use rules and regulations

Kingston Council on Aging (Senior Center)

30 Evergreen Street
781-585-0511 or 781-585-0512

To reserve space contact:
Gretchen Emmetts: gemmetts@kingstonmass.org

 

 

 

Kingston Town House

26 Evergreen Street
781-585-0501

For availability and details contact Tricia Tucker in the Selectmen’s office:  PTucker@kingstonmass.org

 

 

 

Faunce School

16 Green Street
781-585-0501

For availability and details contact Tricia Tucker in the Selectmen’s office:  PTucker@kingstonmass.org