Monday 10:00-7:00
Wednesday 10:00-4:00.
Thursday 10:00-4:00. 

We’re lifting the time and capacity requirements! Visitors to the Library will no longer have to limit their stay to 30 minutes  and physical distancing is being relaxed. Items no longer are required to be quarantined so you can return books inside as well as continue to put them in the book drop. Please note that we still ask that you WEAR A MASK. We are happy to continue to offer curbside service upon request.
We understand that the risk of going mask-less is small for those who are vaccinated, however, we do not want to police who has and who has not been vaccinated. In addition, there is a continuing risk for children and those who have not been vaccinated, for whatever reason, and we want everyone to feel welcome. The Children’s Room restrictions have not changed – only 1 person/family at a time in the Children’s Room, children age 10 and older can go to the Children’s Room on their own, and face coverings that cover the nose and mouth are required. Toys and seating in the Children’s Room have been removed. Discovery Kits may be borrowed for 4 weeks and will rest for 1 week before being recirculated. (more…)

CHEWONKI – Mammals of Maine

Wed , June 23 6:30-7:30pm at Lake St. George State Park Arrive after 6:00pm and tell them at the gate you are there for the Chewonki program sponsored by the library. CHEWONKI REQUIRES that Participants follow Maine CDC guidelines. Participants must wear masks outside where it is difficult to maintain physical distancing so come prepared with one when in the shelter.


Mammals of Maine: From Mice to Moose is an exciting and interactive program introducing guests to native warm-blooded vertebrates: Maine mammals. We will study a mounted animal and observes its characteristics, such as teeth, feet, and fur. We use these observations as clues to understanding each mammal’s adaptations, niche, and habitat. A collection of skulls, study skins, and other specimens complements a discussion of adaptations and the role each animal plays in the food web. Ages 4-12.
This is a Kick-Off event for the Summer Reading program – Tails and Tales. Get a Reading Record to log your reading during the summer and earn pet food for the Waldo Co. Pet Food Pantry. More information will be forthcoming.


Pie Sale

Sat, July 3, 9:00am – ’til sold out.
Buy a pie for your guests (or for yourself!) for your July 4th celebration. At our Pie Sale on May 29, we had 30 pies and SOLD OUT by 10:45!


 We need your help. We cannot have a Pie Sale without pie bakers. Please bring pies to the library between 8-9:00am that morning. Or contact Barb Rehmeyer to make other arrangements. Please be sure pies are covered and label the kind of pie. Boxes are available at the library.


The next Pie Sale is August 7. Pick-A-Prize Raffle will be August 21.

Read ME

Read Me is a statewide summer reading experience.


Author events:

  • Author talk with Kerri Arsenault (Mill Town)
    Thursday | July 15, 2021 | 6:00 – 7:00pm | Registration info TBD
  • Author Talk with Matt Cost (Mainely Power)
    Thursday | August 19, 2021 | 6:00 – 7:00pm | Registration info TBD


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!



We still have Lake St. George Photo Cards for sale, 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.” Proceeds go to the library. The cards are also available at Liberty Graphics Outlet Store, across the street from the library.


Tote Bags

We still 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.