The Carnegie Library, historically known as the Upland Public Library, is located at 123 East "D" Street in Upland, California. Built in 1913, the library was the first public building in Upland. Architect Homer W. Glidden designed the library in the Classical Revival style.
The Carnegie Library is charmingly elegant, with historical flair, perfect for a quaint wedding reception, baby shower, or anniversary party.
Carnegie Library Rental Fees
The Carnegie Library may accommodate table seating for up to 80 individuals and a seated audience for up to 90 individuals. The rental of the facility includes tables and chairs and small kitchen area.
1st 4 Hours
|Each Add. Hour||Evening/Weekend Rates*||1st 4 Hours||Each Add. Hour|
|Upland Civic Organization||N/A||N/A||Upland Civic Organization||$370||$90|
|Private Groups||$520||$150||Private Groups||$720||$150|
|Commercial Groups||$720||$180||Commercial Groups||$820||$180|
|Alcohol Administrative Fee:||$50|
|Entertainment Equipment Fee||$30|
*Rates include set-up & tear down of facility tables and chairs
For detailed information or to check availability,
please contact the Upland Recreation and Community Services Division at (909) 931-4280.