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

Occasional Magic

by Catherine Burns

The Great Alone

by Kristin Hannah

There There

by Tommy Orange

The Book Club

by DVD


by DVD

News and notes

What’s Coming Up at the Library?

May 27-Sept. 1: “Essences”, a PhotoPoem Exhibit by photographer & poet Akiba & Maryam Mermey. Beautiful framed art for sale.

June 8-Saturday-1:00 p.m.-National Audubon Society History Talk-Jenny Island w/Sue Shubel-Community Hall. Seabird restoration and research.-at Community Hall.

June 20-Thursday-6:30 pm-“Mainers of the Titanic” w/author Mac Smith-Come hear a lively talk about the passengers with ties to Maine and the impact the sinking of the ship had on our state.  Book signing too! Want to read about The Titanic? We have several books to share!-at Community Hall

June 25-Tuesday-10:30 am-Pirate Day! For children of all ages. Pirate-themed crafts and games, treasure hunt, Treasure Island Read Aloud. At the library.

July 13-Saturday-10:30 am-Animal Adaptations by Wolfe Neck Woods State Park Rangers. At the library.

New Book Titles


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.

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 ( us.

And hopefully your meeting goes better than the one pictured!