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Sunday-Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 10 - 5
Wednesday: 12 - 7
Thursday: 10 - 7
Friday: 10 - 5
Saturday: 10 - 1


Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 454
Wilton, ME 04294

Street Address:
6 Goodspeed Street
Wilton, ME 04294


(207) 645-4831
Fax: (207) 645-9417
TTY: (207) 645-9417

Library Closed Thursday, Dec. 27

The library will be closed Thursday, Dec. 27 because of the storm. We will open Friday at our regular time.

Library Receives New Computers From Federal Grant

Three new computers were delivered the first week of October as part of the Maine Public Library Information Commons Project to enhance computer and telecommunications access in Maine Libraries. Computers were installed in 107 public libraries as part of the Federal government’s Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP). . . . → Read More: Library Receives New Computers From Federal Grant

Director’s Blog: Energy-saving projects getting started

Last year we had an energy audit performed under a grant from Efficiency Maine. There were several recommendations made for ways the library could save money and make more efficient use of energy. In the next few days, we will be starting on some projects, funded by a grant from Stephen and Tabitha King, which will make the library more comfortable and less expensive to operate. . . . → Read More: Director’s Blog: Energy-saving projects getting started

Storm Closings

We will try to keep the Library open on days when schools are closed due to snow storms. We will close if it is difficult to clear the bridge and sidewalk, or if staff is not available. We will try to post closings on local radio, public access television (Ch 11), broadcast Channels 8 and 13, and on the website. . . . → Read More: Storm Closings

From the Director: Energy Audit Results

In May, 2010, the Library participated in the Maine Public Utilities Commission’s Efficiency Maine Business Energy Audit Program. A walk-through audit revealed several ways the Library could reduce its energy use and save money, including more efficient lighting, upgrading insulation, installing an on-demand hot water system, insulating hot water pipes, and providing better movement . . . → Read More: From the Director: Energy Audit Results