Cundy’s Harbor Library is a small, well-stocked, accessible, public library serving the residents of Harpswell, Maine, particularly those living in Cundy’s Harbor and on Great Island. The library’s mission is to offer community members of all ages a collection of popular books and other materials with a special interest in Maine histories and authors.

The library provides access to technology with free WiFi and a computer for patron use. The library also serves as a meeting place for community groups and activities as well as a central point of information dissemination within the community.

New at the library

Storms

by Susan Canizares

The Secret Life of Bees

by Sue Monk Kidd

Norman Rockwell’s Americana ABC

by Norman Rockwell

Elsewhere

by Richard Russo

Then Came You

by Jennifer Weiner

News and notes

BUGMOBILE, PIRATES, ANIMAL TRACKS, COMMUNITY BREAKFAST, BOOK & BAKE SALE, LEGO CLUB, ICE CREAM SOCIAL, SUMMER READING

WE’VE GOT IT GOING ON AT THE LIBRARY!!

Summer-time and the living is BUSY! Not only do we have books to support your reading addiction but we have activities galore! Click on our events page to peruse our calendar. Weekly kids’ events, an author talk, tech support, local lore…FIND IT ALL HERE!

Volunteers Needed!

Volunteers are welcomed and needed for our summer events:

  • Do you love to bake? Donate to the BOOK & BAKE SALE on Jul 21 & 22. Want to help out with sorting books and getting the skinny on what we’ll be selling? Are you great at selling raffle tickets or organizing? We need you at the library! Call for more info. Set-up is Wed., July 19 at 10 am. Come to Community Hall.

  • We need a grown-up PIRATE or two to help out with our activities the morning of July 20th from 10:30-12.  Come join us for a budding harbor tradition–PIRATE DAY!!

Meeting space

Our meeting space is available for your organization or if you need a quiet space to spread out and work on a special project. Coffee and tea are available.

To reserve the room, call (725-1461) or e-mail (chldirector@cundysharbor.me) us.

And hopefully your meeting goes better than the one pictured!