This message was updated as of September 25th, 2020.
The library is currently open, with limited access to the building.
Hours of operation at this time will be – – –
Monday thru Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. people may enter the building,
Pick-Up Window – Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 10 a.m. to 5:25 p.m.
Wednesday – 10 a.m. to 6 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.
We are following the CDC guidelines in re-opening the building.
Below are our opening guidelines ~~
* Currently, the only entrance to the building is at the rear, as you come in from the parking lot.
* We will be maintaining a contact sheet, per CDC guidelines.
* We are allowed a maximum of 10 patrons in the Adult area of the library at a time.
* Each person will be allowed a 30-minute visit at this time.
* The Children’s Room is open by appointment only. Each appointment will be for one family at a time, with a maximum of seven people per family.
* The Community Archives is completely by appointment – 207.582.6890
* Currently two public computers are available for use. We have no seating available in the building.
* Photocopying and printing are currently available.
* Restroom is not available at this time.
* Masks are absolutely MANDATORY.
* 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.
* All items will be quarantined for 4 days before checking in.
No overdue fines will accrue during this period.
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.