Sticky

Fast ice : a novel from the Numa files
Girl A : a novel
How to avoid a climate disaster : the solutions we have and the breakthroughs we need
Keep sharp : build a better brain at any age
The code breaker : Jennifer Doudna, gene editing, and the future of the human race
Klara and the sun
Missing and endangered : a Brady novel of suspense
How the one-armed sister sweeps her house : a novel
The last garden in England
Later
A matter of life and death : a Robin Lockwood novel
The committed
The rose code
Dark horses : a novel
The Narrow Land
Think again : the power of knowing what you don
Blood grove
Why we sleep : unlocking the power of sleep and dreams
Mill town : reckoning with what remains
World of wonders : in praise of fireflies, whale sharks, and other astonishments
Fire keeper
Vera : a novel
Infinite country : a novel
The girls are all so nice here
The nine lives of Rose Napolitano
The Scout Mindset: Why Some People See Things Clearly and Others Don
Remember : the science of memory and the art of forgetting
Mother may I : a novel
Sunflower sisters : a novel
The sum of us : what racism costs everyone and how we can prosper together
First person singular : stories
The doctors Blackwell : how two pioneering sisters brought medicine to women--and women to medicine
Ocean prey
Eternal

Many of the books above are on the New York Times Best Sellers list.

This website was funded in part by the CARES Act grant from the Maine Humanities Council.

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The Ogunquit Memorial Library will be welcoming patrons for in-person browsing by appointment only beginning Friday, April 23. Appointments will be available Wednesday through Saturday at: 9:30 am, 10:10 am, 10:50 am, 11:30 am, 2:30 pm, 3:10 pm, 3:50 pm, 4:30 pm.

Please call us at 207-646-9024 or email info@ogunquitlibrary.com to schedule your appointment. If you have grown to love our curbside service, do not worry; it continues as before!

Gabby Gathering Where in Ogunquit Are We?!

Looking north.

Using old photos and postcards, we will test your knowledge of Ogunquit! Bryce Waldrop, Administrator for the Historical Society of Wells and Ogunquit, will share numerous early postcards and images as we try and guess where they are (or were) located. Come and have fun and as we wander through Ogunquit’s colorful past.

Thursday, April 22 at 2:30 PM via Zoom

https://networkmaine.zoom.us/j/83384829257

Meeting ID: 833 8482 9257

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Tour of the Historical Society of Wells & Ogunquit.

Thursday, Dec 17, 2020 2:30 PM

Join Administrator & Curator, Bryce Waldrop, as he takes you on a tour of the Historical Society of Wells & Ogunquit. We will enjoy a survey of the iconic 1862 Meetinghouse, a glimpse at the museum collections,and see the extensive research library, famed for its genealogy sources.

Time: Dec 17, 2020 02:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting https://networkmaine.zoom.us/j/86798247269

Meeting ID: 867 9824 7269

Gabby Gathering

Thursday, November 12, at 2:30 PM, Chris Woodbury will be offering advice about picking out a generator fit for your needs and good generator maintenance.

Topic: Gabby Gatherings – ‘Generators: when the lights go out’

Time: Nov 12, 2020 02:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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https://networkmaine.zoom.us/j/84224620001

Meeting ID: 842 2462 0001

Preservation of the Old Boston Land.

Join us on Thursday, October 8, 2020 at 2:30 PM for a Zoom session about an important conservation effort: preservation of the Old Boston Land.

Ogunquit and the Great Works Regional Land Trust have a one-time opportunity on November 3rd to protect the Old Boston Land on North Village Road. At 157 acres this is the largest remaining undeveloped property in the town with over 2000 feet of frontage on the Ogunquit River. Its woodlands, wetlands, historic foundations and cemetery would provide for outdoor recreation and protect water quality. It connects with 6000 acres of conservation lands stretching to Mt Agamenticus. Tin Smith, Great Works Regional Land Trust Board member, will talk about this exciting project and answer questions.

We hope to see you there on Zoom!

Join Zoom Meeting https://networkmaine.zoom.us/j/87010785037

Meeting ID: 870 1078 5037