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

Contact

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

Street Address:
6 Goodspeed Street
Wilton, ME 04294

Email

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

Holiday Hours

Bright-Christmas-LightsThe library will close early on Dec. 24th (at 3:00) and will be closed on Dec. 25 and 26. Regular hours on Friday and Sat., Dec. 27 and 28. Closed Jan. 1. Happy Holidays to all our friends and patrons! . . . → Read More: Holiday Hours

Library featured in Morning Sentinal article about ebook use

The Morning Sentinal has published an in-depth article on ebooks and their impact on libraries in its Sunday, Oct. 13 issue. The article features our library, but draws from Maine and U.S. sources as well. Link to the article here. . . . → Read More: Library featured in Morning Sentinal article about ebook use

If you thought all we do is check out books…!

Functions . . . → Read More: If you thought all we do is check out books…!

The Library will be closed Sat. Sep. 1 for Labor Day

We will reopen regular hours on Tuesdat, Sept. 4. . . . → Read More: The Library will be closed Sat. Sep. 1 for Labor Day

New Arts and Crafts, Genealogy databases available

Two new databases are available to Wilton library patrons. These are indexes to periodicals, books, and other resources, many of which are available to print immediately from a PDF file. The Hobbies and Crafts Reference Center is available from home; Ancestry Library Edition must be used from one of the computers in the library. . . . → Read More: New Arts and Crafts, Genealogy databases available

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

EBook downloads now available for Kindle Readers

On September 23, OverDrive announced that Kindle devices will now be able to download eBooks from the InfoNet download site. While you can search and select ebooks from the Download Library through your Kindle browser, you cannot successfully download it directly from there. You must use a computer’s browser to download ebooks to your Amazon account and transfer them to your Kindle. For full instructions on downloading to Kindle (and other readers, as well), Portland Public Library has a great instruction set for downloads. . . . → Read More: EBook downloads now available for Kindle Readers