Welcome to our library!

Summer hours

Tuesdays and Thursdays 1 – 5 pm, Saturday 10:00 am till noon.

Our  summer children’s program lineup for July.

Saturday, July 13th –  Campers from the Livermore Camp Centerstage will be our guests.

July 20th –  Join us at our outside space “Hutchin’s Park” next to the library for a Story walk  with the charming book “Little Beaver and the Echo”.

  • July – 27th – Scavenger hunt for items that will keep you safe while enjoying the outdoors.  This will be in Hutchin’s Park. This is the last children’s hour for the summer so of course  there will be Ice cream!

The library will open at 10:00 am for patrons and children’s hour will begin at 11:00 till noon.

We now have passes to both the Portland Museum of Art (PMA) and the  Washburn Norlands History Center. 

The PMA pass allows two adults and up to six children. The museum is open Wednesday and Thursday 10 am – 6pm, Friday 10 am – 8pm, Saturday and Sunday 10 am – 6pm and closed Monday and Tuesday.  This membership will expire at the end of July.

The pass for the Washburn Norlands History Center allows two adults and three children.  The Norlands will be open Fridays and Saturdays beginning June 28th and ending August 31st from 10:00 am till 4:00pm.

Please contact us which day you would like to visit so that you can pick up your pass or we can email you the pass.

Our next book club is August 20th at 6:00pm.  We will be reading Tom Lake by Ann Pachett a Reese Witherspoon  book club pick.

  If you would like to  donate to the library, there are several easy ways:

  • The Hannaford’s CLYNK bottle return program.  Come to the library and pick up a green bag with our barcode.  Just take your bag to the Hannaford’s in Turner and  scan the bag and drop it off. 
  • We just started  with Coach Terry’s bottle redemption programs in Turner.   Just let them know it’s for the Livermore Library in Livermore. 
  • If you would like to donate by check:  Make the check out to The Livermore Library Association and mail to the Livermore Public Library, PO Box 620, Livermore, ME  04253
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The Library subscribes to the Cloud library where patrons can download E-books and audio books.  Go to our website   http://livermore.lib.me.us/ 
Follow the link and directions under E-books. You will need a password so if you haven’t yet established a password please e-mail us and we’ll set you right up:  amanda.lpl.7173@gmail.com (207) 897-7173.
22 Church Street, P.O. Box 620, Livermore, ME 04253

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The Livermore Public Library has 2 computers that are fully equipped with software packages and Internet Access.  These are for patrons’ use and there are no fees involved.  A heartfelt “Thank You” to the Stephen & Tabitha King Foundation and to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for their generous contributions that enabled us to purchase new  computers!  We also have wireless access for those that would like to use their own devices.

The Livermore Public Library Association was incorporated on May 25, 1917. The library building has been located on town maps dating back as  far as 1850.  This privately owned library is generously supported by the community and has always been staffed by volunteers.  We invite you to stop by and become acquainted with our delightful small town library.