At this time, access to the building is on Monday through Friday from 10am - 5pm. Our Pick-Up Window is open Monday through Friday from 10 - 5:25. Please call for details - 207-582-3312

July 2021

Hours of operation at this time will be – – –

People may enter the building Monday thru Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Pick-Up Window – Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 5:25 p.m.

You may return items during the above listed times

Our services and hours have been adjusted in the interest of best service and of safety for the public and staff.

Below are our opening guidelines ~~

  • Currently, the only entrance to the building is at the rear, as you come in from the parking lot.
  • At this time masks are optional if you have been vaccinated but requested if you have not.

The Children’s Room is open by APPOINTMENT – Masks are currently MANDATORY207.582.6894 or 207.582.3312

The Community Archives is open by APPOINTMENT– Masks are currently MANDATORY – 207.582.6890

For those who are interested, don’t forget, we have Binge Bags ready for pick-up, or we will create a bag just for you!

We will still have our Pick-up Window available, so if for any reason you feel uncomfortable entering the building, please let us know, and we will continue to have items available to those who are interested.

Please return all books and library materials in the book drop before entering. 

No overdue fines will accrue during this period.


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Enter the Building – 10 – 5

Pick-Up Window – 10 – 5:25


Enter the Building – 10 – 5

Pick-Up Window – 10 – 5:25


Enter the Building – 10 – 5

Pick-Up Window – 10 – 5:25


Enter the Building – 10 – 5

Pick-Up Window – 10 – 5:25


Enter the Building – 10 – 5

Pick-Up Window – 10 – 5:25

Saturday CLOSED
152 Water St
Gardiner, ME 04345
(207) 582-3312


It is the objective of the library to assemble, preserve, and circulate books and related materials necessary to provide information, self-education, and recreation for the enlightenment, entertainment, intellectual, and cultural development of the community. The library recognizes its responsibility to identify community needs, to promote the use of library services for adult and children, and to serve the community as a center for reliable information in various formats.