The library will switch to winter hours on October first. We will be closed on Mondays.

October 1st to May 31st
9am to noon & 12 – 5pm, closed Sunday, Monday & Holidays

The Mullen family has donated a stove to the library. This electric fireplace insert will make a cozy addition to the reading area in front of the fireplace. The faux flames can flicker without turning on the heat in the summer. Here are some photos of the new stove.

The Mullen donation
Chris and Judith Woodbury trying out the new arrangement.
The Mullen’s stove installed.

The Internet Safety Policy was adopted by the Board of Ogunquit Memorial Library at a public meeting, following normal public notice, on August 26,2020.

This public hearing is held to address a proposed technology protection measure (a filter) and our Internet safety policy. If you would like to participate in the hearing, here is the Zoom link information below:

David Weare, the director of the Ogunquit Memorial Library, is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Public Hearing regarding our Internet Safety Policy on August 26 from 5-6 PM
Time: Aug 26, 2020 04:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) The meeting starts at 5:00. You can login after 4:30 to check your mic and audio, and your video.

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 820 6370 1913

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1 646 876 9923 US (New York)
Meeting ID:820 6370 1913


The complete Sherlock Holmes
Norman Rockwell: a sixty year retrospective
The complete plant-based cookbook : 500 inspired, flexible recipes for eating well without meat
Who is Maud Dixon? : a novel
The newcomer
Northern spy
Hour of the witch : a novel
The last thing he told me : a novel
The final twist
People we meet on vacation
The woman with the blue star
Unsettled : what climate science tells us, what It doesn
The premonition : a pandemic story
Robert B. Parker
Elizabeth & Margaret : the intimate world of the Windsor sisters
Killing the mob : the fight against organized crime in America
21st birthday
Good company : a novel
Family reunion : a novel
That summer : a novel
Boyfriend material
Unsinkable : five men and the indomitable run of the USS Plunkett
The Barbizon : the hotel that set women free
Of women and salt
The drowning kind
Madam Speaker : Nancy Pelosi and the lessons of power
Just my luck
Death with a double edge

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.


Ogunquit Memorial Library presents:

Children’s Story Hour on the Lawn
every other Tuesday from 9:30-10:30am, beginning June 8, 2021

Bring a blanket and join us on the library lawn to hear a story, move your body & do an activity.

This program is appropriate for ages 2 – 6, siblings are always welcome. Families are asked to adhere to 6 feet of social distancing.

This is an outdoor event and is weather dependent. Please call the library if you have questions about the event running, 207-646-9024.

Pick up your books in ‘The Little Library’.

Covid-19 and Vaccination Information can be found here.

“That recipe you mentioned…”. Sounds delicious.

Opening announcement… The Ogunquit Memorial Library will be open for its Summer hours: June 1st through September 30th
9am to 12 & 2 – 5pm, closed Sundays & Holidays. We would appreciate it if you wore a mask while visiting.

If you have grown to love our curbside service, do not worry; it continues as before! Please call us at 207-646-9024 or email to order a book.

Gabby Gathering – Bunny Hart

Thursday, June 17, 2021 at 2:30-3:30 pm at the library. Bring your mask. Or join Zoom Meeting

Bunny will talk about her career in the arts community in Ogunquit. Featuring stories about the Ogunquit Playhouse and the Barn Gallery.

Bunny started coming to Ogunquit in the 1960’s and she was instrumental in starting the Ogunquit Chamber of Commerce in 1967. She moved to Ogunquit permanently in 1968. For almost 25 years, starting in 1971, she served as the Director of Institution relations and administrator of the Barn Gallery Associates in Ogunquit. Bunny started working for the Ogunquit Playhouse as Publicity Director in 1963 through 1969. She returned to the Playhouse in 1985 and stayed until 1999. As both the Publicity Director and later as Business Manager, she was a part of the nucleus of people who supported John Lane and kept the dream alive. Before retiring, Bunny ran her own business, Hart Advertising Associates, based in Ogunquit.

Meeting ID: 833 8482 9257

Summer hours: June 1st through September 30th
9am to 12 & 2 – 5pm, closed Sundays & Holidays

Don’t forget that you can access ebooks and audiobooks from home using the CloudLibrary! Check our Facebook page or give us a call at 207-646-9024 for up-to-date information.

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