Our newly renovated library has a nice children's area with a little puppet theater, craft table, computer stations and toys. However, the bathroom the kids (and adults) are allowed to use is outside the actualy library. One has to walk through the library (from the back of the library where the kids' corner is,) through a hallway, and into the main area of the community center. Then into another short hallway around the corner, where the bathrooms are.
There's a bathroom inside the library, in plain view, with the door open, but it is marked "Staff Only." Children and patrons are allowed to use this bathroom during "library events", but not when just attending the library.
Do you think this is a reasonable arrangement? If not, how would you approach the issue with the staff?