Plant & Pie Sale

Saturday, June 4, 9am-12:00pm

smbright_carnivalpieAs you are working in your garden this spring and have perennials to separate, please consider donating them to the Library Plant Sale. Put them in pots and label them with name, color, size, and preferred growing conditions. Annuals and houseplants will be accepted, too.

This is also the first Pie Sale of the summer. What kind of pie will you make?


Technology Fair

3D-PrinterSaturday, May 7th, 9:30-11:30
Have you ever wondered how a 3-D printer works? Thinking about getting a tablet or eReader but not sure which to buy? You will be able to try out an assortment of devices at the library Technology Fair.

On hand will be a Nook SimpleTouch (e-reader), Kindle Fire (tablet), Kindle PaperWhite (e-reader), Apple iPad Mini (tablet), Nook HD+ (tablet), Google Nexus (tablet),  littleBits (small, colorful bits of circuitry that can be pieced together to form fun, complex and useful things), and a 3D printer that uses stereolithography to make real things out of liquid. A knowledgeable speaker from the Maine State Library, Jared Leadbetter, will be available to help guide you and answer your questions and talk about apps.

Bring your own device to try out the apps. Or if you are having difficulty with or would like to learn how to download library materials on your own devices, bring them and we will help you out.

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May Exhibit

Art work by students from Mount View Middle School will be on display at the Liberty Library in May. There will be a selection of art from 6th, 7th and 8th grade students in a variety of styles and mediums. The art work represents the learning of students from across the RSU #3 district.


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Give IT – Get IT

PCsforMainePCs for Maine has nominated the Library for their Give IT – Get IT program in order to purchase newer and safer computers. We need new equipment in order to take advantage of the new circuit speed of 100Mbps. You can make a contribution at and choose Ivan O. Davis – Liberty Library.

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150 Years Ago

150About 35 years ago, Janet Heslam bought from an antique shop in Brooks four daily journals from October 1864 to October 1871.  It turns out they were written by a man in Montville who farmed, but he also supervised the one room school houses. At the end of the first journal, she found the signature of H. M. Howard. The other journals are not signed. Janet determined the journalist was 27, in 1865, and his daughter Eva died in 1864. Janet decided to transcribe these journals to share in her weekly letters to her grandchildren. She offered to share these transcriptions so they could be posted on the Library webpage for everyone to read. We will post one a month. It will be interesting as we go through the year to compare the daily happenings of a man 150 years ago to the present day. We hope you enjoy!

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Hats With Hugs

purplehatSue Pelletier is collecting hats for infants to give to Maine Hospitals. There is a basket at the library. We plan to collect larger hats and mittens once again in the fall.

A simple pattern for hats can be found here.


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