Looking for a good place to host a coin club meeting or coin-related event?
Here are some options to try.
Remember that any location used must be accessible for all people who may want to attend your meetings or events.
Your local school system
Often schools will allow groups to meet in their auditoriums, libraries, all-purpose rooms, and sometimes even on their athletic fields during non-school hours.
Like schools, religious establishments often have rooms large and small enough to accommodate community events.
Community group facilities
(Elks, Kiwanas, Knights of Columbus, YMCA/YWCA, etc.) The buildings owned by these community groups normally have large rooms which are perfect for hosting events.
State/county operated facilities
This type of facility often offers fully accessible meeting spaces for both large and small events.
See if you can book a meeting room on a regular basis (weekly or monthly) so that people will always know where they can find a coin club meeting.
Sometimes you'll find that coffee shops will reserve an area of their establishment if they know that a group will be meeting there on a regular basis.
Weather permitting, think about informal outdoor settings such as a backyard, school yard, or quiet park.