librarymediumThe Library Director is Barb Rehmeyer. You will find her at the library on Thursdays (afternoon is best as she is busy with Story Time in the mornings) and hit-or-miss other times during the week. We operate almost exclusively with our many dedicated Volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Barb.

For Residents (anyone who pays taxes or lives in the towns of Liberty and Montville), library membership is free. Non-residents will be charged $10.00 per year. Books and audiobooks can be borrowed for 3 weeks. DVDs for 2 weeks. The limit per account is 10 items with a limit of 5 DVDs at a time.

Free use of computers and wi-fi are available to all. Users must have a wireless card already installed in their laptop/notebook, PDA or wireless device in order to log-on to the wireless network. Users must agree to our Computer Use Policy. Printing is not available through the wireless network.

We have desktop computers from which you can print. The fee is $.25 per page. We also offer faxing at $1.00 per fax. Our fax number is the same as the phone number: 207-589-3161.

Donations of books, DVDs, and audio CDs are welcome, however please call ahead for large donations. (See Donate.)

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Mission Statement

The Liberty Library strives to serve as a hub of reliable information and entertainment by making available print, non-print, and electronic materials. Our community-centered facility provides varied and diverse programs, curates the work of local artisans, and cultivates a friendly and comfortable atmosphere for all visitors.

Board of Trustees

Liberty Library Association Sue Chapin – President Cindy Dean – Vice-President Cindy Schofield – Secretary Judy Fuller – Treasurer Chris Marshall Sara Salley Meg Braley Barb Rehmeyer is the Library Director. We are always looking for fresh ideas. If you are interested in joining the board, please contact one of the above people. We generally …


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Directions The Liberty Library is in the heart of Liberty village in the old fire station. Find us on 59 Main Street, right beside Liberty Tool Company and across the road from Liberty Graphics and the Davistown Museum. And we’re only 4 miles from John’s Ice Cream! DIRECTIONS: To get to Liberty, take Rt. 3 west from Belfast (17 miles) or …


Call us: 207-589-3161 (Please note the Library Hours for when the Library is open.) In person: 59 Main St. Liberty, Maine By mail: Liberty Library P. O. Box 280 Liberty, Maine 04949 By email: Barb Rehmeyer, Library Director Kathy Eickenberg for exhibiting at the library