Best Libraries around Alfred, ME

Parsons Memorial Library

27 Saco Road
Alfred, ME
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Louis B. Goodall Memorial Library

952 Main Street
Sanford, ME
Mission: The mission of Louis B. Goodall Memorial Library is to encourage, foster and enhance a lifelong enjoyment of reading and learning...
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Springvale Public Library

443 Main Street
Springvale, ME
Mission Statement The mission of the Springvale Public Library is to nurture and support opportunities for life-long learning and the enjoyment of...
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Waterboro Public Library

187 Main Street
East Waterboro, ME
About Us: The Waterboro Public Library, founded and originally sponsored by the Massabesic Lioness Club, was first located in two rooms on the sec...
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Berwick Public Library

103 Old Pine Hill Rd.
Berwick, ME
Mission: The Berwick Public Library provides a vibrant and dynamic place where the community engages in personal enrichment.  People of all a...
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D.A. Hurd Library

41 High Street
North Berwick, ME
Our Mission To offer the resources and encouragement necessary to promote the joy of reading, increase awareness of the world, broaden cultural ho...
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Kennebunk Free Library

112 Main Street
Kennebunk, ME
VisionThe vision of the Kennebunk Free Library is to serve the diverse cultural, informational, educational, and recreational needs of the communit...
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Wells Public Library

1434 Post Road
Wells, ME
Mission Statement -Wells Public Library provides information and services for the residents of the community in their pursuit of educational, cult...
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West Buxton Public Library

34 River Road
Buxton, ME
Mission: The West Buxton Public Library enriches the cultural resources of the community by providing access to written, oral, and electroni...
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Berwick Public Library

103 Old Pine Hill Road
Berwick, ME
Library Operations The Berwick Library Association, a nonprofit organization, oversees operation of the Library. Library operations are fu...
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Milton Free Public Library

13 Main Street
Milton Mills, NH
About Us The Milton Free Public Library is affectionately known as the "Little Red School House" by the residents of Milton and Milton Mills. The...
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Davis Memorial Library

928 Cape Road
Limington, ME
Davis Memorial Library is housed in a beautiful, one story, one room brick structure designed by John Calvin Stevens. It was built in 1912 by Walte...
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Somersworth Public Library

25 Main Street
Somersworth, NH
Mission Statement The Somersworth Public Library will provide the citizens of the City of Somersworth access to the materials and services necessa...
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South Berwick Library

37 Portland Street
South Berwick, ME
The Jewett Eastman House is an important part of the history of South Berwick. It is the childhood home of Sarah Orne Jewett, a 19th century author...
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McArthur Public Library

270 Main Street
Biddeford, ME
Mission: The McArthur Public Library's mission is to connect the Biddeford community with materials, programs, services, and informational and ...
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Louis T. Graves Memorial Public Library

18 Maine Street
Kennebunkport, ME
Mission Statement The Louis T. Graves Memorial Public Library is a cultural and intellectual commons for the community by providing free and unf...
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Dyer Library

371 Main Street
Saco, ME
Philanthropist Cornelius Sweetser, who was a distant cousin of Wadlin Sweetser left the Dyer Library $10,000 as a maintenance fund. The building fu...
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Rochester Public Library

65 South Main Street
Rochester, NH
One hundred and one years before the start of the first Free Public Library, a Social Library was founded on the 12th of March, 1792. The first boo...
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Gafney Library

14 High Street
Sanbornville, NH
About Us On May 6, 1987, Judge Gafney, who was born in Ossippee, NH in 1843 and died in Rochester, NH in 1899, wrote this in his will (among other...
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Steep Falls Library

1128 Pequawket Trail
Steep Falls, ME
History of the LibraryHistoryThe main section of the library (Adult Part) was built in 1916 and opened 1917. It was the gift of the late Henry Pier...
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