Monday 12:00-7:00
Tuesday 10:00-4:00
Wednesday 10:00-4:00.
Thursday 10:00-4:00. 
Friday 10:00-4:00


Crafters – Wed. 10:30am

Story Time – Fridays 10:30am


See the Circulation and Borrowing Policy for membership information.


Is the barcode on your library card fading? We have discovered that the barcodes printed with a thermal printer tend to fade after a while. Reciprocal borrowing libraries will not be happy if they cannot scan your barcode. If you have found this to be a problem, please return your card to the library. A new barcode printed on a laser printer will be affixed to your card. Sorry for the inconvenience.

March Madness Cribbage Tournament

Tournament begins March 4th ’til Completed 


There are 16 contenders this year. Players will be contacted by email, phone, or text on Sunday to let you know who will be playing in Round 1. Winner of 2 out of 3 games continues in tournament. Matches will be played head-to head each week until a winner has been declared.


Winner’s prize: Antique 1800s wooden hedgehog cribbage board. This is the rarest type of cribbage board created. Board pegs pull up to keep score. Donated by Frapoli’s.

Good luck, everyone!

Book Discussion

Wed. March 27, 6:30pm


We will be discussing American Eclipse: A Nation’s Epic Race to Catch the Shadow of the Moon and Win the Glory of the World by David Baron. On a July afternoon in 1878, a total solar eclipse had been predicted by astronomers. Among the intrepid band of eclipse chasers were three with much to prove. These pioneering scientists—planet hunter James Craig Watson, astronomer Maria Mitchell, and inventor Thomas Edison—who gathered in the West with an extraordinary cast of supporting characters on a day when the sun hid and far more was revealed. An untold tale of ambition, failure, and eventual triumph, the book brings to life the intellectual and technological flowering of late-nineteenth-century America, a period that laid the foundation for the country’s eventual rise to scientific greatness.


Four copies are available through MILS and you can put a hold on those. There are numerous copies available in  in MaineCat, but you will want to request soon as many are out or have holds on them. If none are available, holds will not be allowed. There is one audiobook available. A digital audiobook is available on hoopla© An eBook is available on cloudLibrary.



Shadow Boxes for Amusement and Contemplation

During March & April, Maria King is exhibiting shadow boxes created with printed artworks (paintings, drawings, sculptures, photographs, and digitally manipulated images) as well as miscellaneous items such as lichen, moss, sea shells, stones, miniature bottles, etc.

Her interest in making shadow boxes began in May 2023 when she learned that the term “shadow box” originally referred to a box containing sailor’s mementos (his shadow) of his time on a ship. Intrigued by the custom, she decided to create boxes filled with images she cherishes, which constitute her own shadow.

With an array of boxes, Maria will rotate the display each three weeks during the exhibit. A complete catalog of boxes, with titles, images, and descriptions, will be included with the exhibit.
Maria comes from Warsaw, Poland, and she and her husband, Richard, have lived in Liberty since 2011.

Hats and Mittens

We have stopped collecting hats and mittens for this winter. We will begin again in the fall. Thank you to everyone who donated.


We received: (update coming soon)

  • 43 mittens
  • 61 hats
  • 17 scarves
  • 5 pairs of socks
  • 4 nap blankets
  • 1 nap quilt


The Iciest, Diciest, Scariest Sled Ride Ever! by Rebecca Rule ; illustrated by Jennifer Thermes. Seven children work together to navigate their way up a steep, icy hill so that they can enjoy an exciting sled ride.


Haystack Mountain Trail is behind Walker Elementary School. This 1.1-mile footpath loop winds through a mixed northern hardwoods forest with a short spur to the open summit. Take the road on the left of the Walker Health Center and park at the ball field behind it. Address: 43 West Main St. Liberty, ME.