Abbot Memorial Library The Abbot Memorial Library offers a full range of services to the residents of Dexter as well as residents of five other surrounding towns.
Auburn Public Library The Auburn Public Library first opened its doors on July 22, 1891 with 2,150 books and 30 newspapers and magazines. Since then, our collection has expanded to include over 90,000 items and over 200 newspapers and magazines
Bangor Public Library The Bangor Public Library serves as the Area Research and Reference Center for Northern and Eastern Maine.
Camden Public Library The Camden Public Library is a cultural and intellectual center for the community. It provides, at a reasonable cost and in a friendly atmosphere, universal access to knowledge and life-long learning through print, electronic resources, cultural activities, programs and services.
Caribou Public Library Welcome to the Caribou Public Library 30 High Street - Caribou, Maine 04736 Phone: (207)493-4214 Fax: (207)493-4654 Hours: Mon. - Fri. 10am to 8pm, Sat. 10am to 4pm
Falmouth Memorial Library Falmouth Memorial Library is to provide quality library service and resources to the citizens of Falmouth, concentrating in areas that are of particular interest and usefulness to the patrons.
Kennebunk Free Library The Kennebunk Free Library strives to meet the educational and recreational needs of the Town of Kenneunk and its surrounding communities.
Maine State Library The Maine State Library is open to the public Monday through Friday 9-5, and Saturdays 12-5 during the school year, except for holidays. Augusta, Maine
Mark & Emily Turner Memorial Library The Mark & Emily Turner Memorial Library in Presque Isle, Maine features a three floor public library, internet access, childrens programs, genealogy section, Maine section and much more.
Patten Free Library Patten Free Library In The Park 33 Summer St. Bath, ME 04530 (207) 443-5141 Serving Bath, Arrowsic, Georgetown, Phippsburg, West Bath and Woolwich, Maine.
Portland Public Library The Portland Public Library in Portland, Maine is a regional library serving over 400,000 library users each year. It is a non-profit organization funded through public and private sources, providing free borrowing privileges to the citizens of York and Cumberland Counties
Rangeley Public Library Welcome to the Rangeley Public Library, nestled in the mountains of Western Maine. Serving the residents and visitors of the area for 93 years.
Rumford Public Library The Rumford Public Library was established in 1903 with a grant from philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. A large addition was completed in 1969. Today, the library building is on the National Register of Historic Places and serves as the town's center for children's activities, cultural pursuits, reading and research.
Waldoboro Public Library The Waldoboro Public Library is part of the Maine School and Library Network. Patrons can have access to the internet on the library's 3 public access computers.
Wiscasset Public Library A brief history and description of Wiscasset Public Library with a pictorial tour of the historic 1805 building.
York Public Library York Public Library is FREE to residents and taxpayers of York. 172 York Street York, ME 03909