Monday 10:00-7:00
Tuesday 10:00-4:00
Wednesday 10:00-4:00.
Thursday 10:00-4:00. 
Friday 10:00-4:00
Please wear a mask. Maine CDC recommends all people, regardless of vaccination status, wear face coverings in indoor, public settings. The Children’s Room restriction remains in that only 1 person/family will browse at a time. Children age 8 and older can visit the Children’s Room on their own without an adult.


Due to the spread of the Delta variant of COVID-19 and the Maine CDC recommendations, the library will not be holding programs inside the library until further notice. This includes other groups wishing to use the space when the library is closed. We will continue to offer programs virtually.


Public computer and printing are available. It is $.25 a page for printing and copying. Wi-Fi is available both inside and outside the library.


MHC Book Discussion

Wed, Nov. 3 & Dec. 1 at 6:30 via Zoom

Registration is required to receive the book and Zoom link.

Leslie Gregory will be leading this Maine Humanities Council (MHC) Discussion Project. We will be reading Dangerous New World: Maine Voices on the Climate Crisis, an anthology of work by 65 writers and 27 artists who responded to a call for essays, poetry and art work on the effects of climate change – on their lives, their communities, their families, and their futures. Throughout the book, these writers and artists share their deep sense of the danger that lies ahead, and their understanding of what can and must be done to prevent greater disasters to our land, our waters, our air, our forests, and our animals. Edited by Meghan Sterling and Kathleen Sullivan with a Foreword by Governor Janet Mills.

Meet the Artist Kits

This month’s kit will include brief information about Winslow Homer. It includes some activities and resources to complete them. For anyone who asks for a kit until gone, but probably best for children ages 4-10. Kits are gone for this month. Look for more in November.

What is Community Solar?

Wed, October 27, 6:30pm via Zoom 

Join the presentation
Do you want to know more about those solar energy mailings you receive almost daily? Cameron Green a Community Solar Farm Specialist will explain both of Maine’s solar energy options: the subscription model along with the ownership model, including the pros and cons of both and how to navigate those processes.


Totem on Display

CALL (Citizens’ Association of Liberty Lakes) asked if the library could display the totem made by John Merrifield for the winter. CALL will be selling raffle tickets to win it next summer. Stop in and view this incredible piece of art.

Tote Bags

We have a few “I Love Liberty Library” tote bag available for $20 at the library. The rugged canvas and roomy size makes it perfect for transporting your library books! 18″w X 17 1/2″h with 25″ handles. Beautifully printed with water-based inks by Liberty Graphics.

Cards & Earrings

We have cards made from recycled books for sale -$2 for 1 or 3 for $5. We have Lake St. George Photo Cards for sale, $2 for 1 or 10 cards for $20. 5″ x 6.5″ The photos were taken by Joe Rehemyer and published in a book of photos, “An Eye for Lake St. George.” The cards are also available at Liberty Graphics Outlet Store, across the street from the library. NEW! Earrings made by Ayla, 8 years old, for $3. She is donating all proceeds to the library.