For lunch break daily we will be closed from 12:30-1PM
Vestibule will remain open for picking up items on hold and browsing free bookshelf.
Covid-19 safety measures are in effect. (Hancock County COVID-19 reports)
Cloth face coverings are required with the standard six feet apart physical distancing.
*Library is open to one family or two patrons at a time
with a 15 minute maximum visit time.
*Vestibule/curbside pick-up is always an option!
Ann will read two stories live on Zoom to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.
March 12 at 6PM Hanna Persson & Spencer Smith interview artist Jen Sansosti with audience conversation to follow.
Special event sponsored by Penguin Random House and Maine State Libraries on March 4 at 7PM
Eric Afuso will talk to us about his art at 10:30AM on Monday, March 29th. Please join us!
Chris Leith’s wall hangings/table runners can inspire stories about the fabric pieced pictures. On display at the library during February.
eBooks & eAudio find your next read
freegal stream or download music for free
Mango Languages more than 70 languages to learn
Digital Maine Library statewide databases
Maine Memory Network a statewide digital museum
In the First Person collections of oral histories
American Memory Library of Congress project
HelpME Law legal help
Maine.gov state website
We close for lunch each day from 12:30-1PM
Vestibule remains open for picking up items on hold and browsing the free bookshelf.
September – June
July & August