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
by Susan Canizares
The Secret Life of Bees
by Sue Monk Kidd
Norman Rockwell’s Americana ABC
by Norman Rockwell
by Richard Russo
Then Came You
by Jennifer Weiner
News and notes
Calling All Cundy’s Harbor Cooks!!
Our March 3rd Breakfast is just around the corner. We need yummy breakfast foods as well as volunteers for the big day. Breakfast is served from 8-10 am and it’s always DELICIOUS! All proceeds benefit the library.
What’s your specialty??? For more information, please contact the library at 725-1461 or email@example.com
February 17th is “Bring Your Child to the Library Day” Librarian and author Karen Schneider will read “The Adventures of Skiff, the Harbormaster’s Cat, a book with a Cundy’s Harbor setting.
At 11 am, Librarian and author Karen Schneider will read “The Adventures of Skiff, the Harbormaster’s Cat”, a story with a Cundy’s Harbor setting.
From 10-12 Nancy West will be on hand to guide patrons of all ages through a Citizen Science project. Don’t know about Citizen Science? Come see what you’ve been missing!
Throughout the winter, we encourage community members to come build a snowperson, fort, or sculpture on the library lawn-front or back. Please leave a note or send an email with your name and contact information after you’re finished your masterpiece and you’ll be entered in a drawing for a gift basket full of goodies including a book, movie tickets, and treats.
Come decorate our lawn with snow art as often as you like and enter each time. We’ll conduct the drawing in mid-March–hopefully to celebrate the coming of warm weather once again!
If the library is closed due to the weather, you will find the announcement here and on our Facebook page. You can also call the library and there will be a message.
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 (firstname.lastname@example.org) us.
And hopefully your meeting goes better than the one pictured!