Are masks still required in the library? The short answer is yes, for the time being. Click here to read more.

Medicare Basics Seminar

Join Brianna at this educational meeting on navigating through Medicare Open Enrollment, the basics of Medicare, and what programs are available. Attend in person in the Community Conference Room or virtually on Zoom on Monday, November 14 at 11 am!
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Tuesday- Thursday
11 am – 5 pm

11 am – 7 pm

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Please note the Library is closed on all federal and state holidays.

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Guidelines to Using the Library During the COVID-19 Pandemic

August 11, 2021 Update: Unfortunately, the Maine CDC has announced that Knox County is at “substantial” levels of community transmission of COVID-19, which means face masks are again required inside the library for everyone over the age of 3, regardless of vaccination status. 

We know it’s not fun, especially in hot and humid weather, and we thank everyone for their cooperation and help in keeping the library safe for everyone. We have face masks available for anyone who has forgotten theirs (including kid-sized masks in fun colors for our younger patrons!), and as always, curbside pickup is available if you are unable to wear a mask.

We know the case numbers can change daily, but it’s pretty confusing to go back and forth, so the masking requirement will remain until we are back to “low” levels of community transmission for at least two weeks. 

As of May 24, 2021 patron limits and time limits have been lifted, and quarantining of library materials is no longer required. 

Masks are not required at outdoor library events.

Curbside pickup will continue to be available during the library’s open hours and by appointment Monday through Friday, 9 AM to 11 AM. On July 1, we returned to our pre-pandemic hours. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Head Librarian, Caroline Ward-Nesbit, at

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