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

Story Time on Fridays @ 10:30am


MaineCat is a Statewide Catalog that combines and links library collections across Maine, and Liberty Library members are now able to request from MaineCAT. A single search scans more than 3 million unique titles and nearly 8 million items. Remember to always start your search in the MILS catalog. You can access our catalog by choosing ‘SEARCH THE CATALOG‘ in the header, top right. This MILS Help Sheet is also available on the website > HELP > MILS HELP or ask for one at the library.


Reciprocal Borrowing will not be available except at MILS libraries until further notice .


hoopla© users need to add your PIN to their ‘Library Settings’ before you to borrow additional titles. CloudLibrary users also need to add their PIN. Patron accounts should not be disrupted in terms of active checkouts or holds since the barcode that identifies the patron has not changed. 


CDC recommends that masking in public settings is not required in any county facing low or medium levels of coronavirus risk. (Currently, the risk is ‘Medium’ for Waldo Co. Check for updates here.) In response to these new guidelines, wearing face coverings when at the library is optional. 


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. For more information, see ABOUT.

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Watch a recording of the program.

The Traveling Sisters

Travel along with Shelley Lance-Fulk and Jacklyn Amtower on their trip to Madagascar, Zambia, Botswana, the Kalahari and South Africa.

Subscribe to their YouTube channel.


Liberty Library and Friends of Haystack Mountain are collaborating on a forest-themed StoryWalk® for families to enjoy along the Haystack Mountain Trail. As you walk along the woods path, you will find posts with laminated pages of the book, Over in the Forest, by Marianne Berkes and illustrated by Jill Dubin. (more…)

Book Discussion

Wed, January 18th, 6:30pm at the library
November’s Book Discussion was cancelled due to weather. We are going to discuss both books as well as a new book in January.
January’s book is The Ride of Her Life: The True Story of a Woman, Her Horse, and Their Last-Chance Journey Across America by Elizabeth Letts. The true story of Annie Wilkins, a sixty-three-year-old farmer from Maine, who rode her horse across America in the 1950s, fulfilling her dying wish to see the Pacific Ocean. There are 9 copies available in MILS. Additional ones can be borrowed through MaineCat, including a Large Print edition.
Plus, you still have time to read the Great Bridge: the epic story of the building of the Brooklyn Bridge by David McCullough. There are several copies available in MILS. More on MaineCat. Or
The Engineer’s Wife by Tracey Enerson Wood. There are several copies available in MILS and several formats in MaineCat. The audiobook and Ebook are available on hoopla©. The Ebook is available on CloudLibrary.
Suggest a nonfiction book  for future Book Discussions.

Holly Berry Exhibit

Told and Retold: Around the World with Aesop’s Fables

Retold and Illustrated by Holly Berry.

Published by Philomel Books, 2022. 

“A vivid, charming take on these beloved fables.” —Kirkus Reviews


Holly Berry does illustrations and block prints in Waldoboro, Maine. She has illustrated a number of children’s books, including this one in which the illustrations are featured in the exhibit through October.


A native of Kennebunk, Maine, Holly earned a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in Illustration and worked toward an MFA in Studio Teaching at Boston University. Her work as a printmaker has been recognized with an Individual Arts Fellowship in Printmaking by the Maine Arts Commission, and she is a member of the Boston Printmakers. Holly’s work can also be found at The Turtle Gallery in Deer Isle and the Green Lion Gallery in Bath. To learn more, visit her website at hollyberrydesign.com

Knitters and Crocheters

It is the time of year when thoughts go to the coming winter and keeping our smaller residents warm in the midst of the long, cold season. We are collecting mittens and hats for the children of Waldo County, so get your knitting needles and crochet hooks clicking and clacking  soon to fill our basket!


As in the past, the need is great for mittens in small sizes, up to age 5, for the Head Start program at WaldoCAP. The mittens we bring there are distributed throughout Waldo County. They also can use some hats in small sizes for the children and will take some hats and mittens for older children and adults for Family Services as well.


Walker School in Liberty is always so appreciative of small and larger mittens and hats for the children who attend school there.


We will not be collecting new and used coats this winter. I hope you can locate another place who will welcome them.


Need yarn for your projects?

There is lots of yarn in the basket. Stop in and pick up some. Patterns are available: (more…)

Digital Maine Library

Do you know about the Digital Maine Library? I feel it is an overlooked resource. It provides Maine residents access to online resources that include a collection of full text articles and abstracts from magazines, newspapers, journals and reference. It also provides students, business people, public library patrons, and higher education students and educators online learning tools. Learn more