Libraries often have large print books and audio formats of books, both useful for seniors. Some also offer daytime programs that are suitable for older people. Many welcome senior volunteers.

(207) 947-8769

991 Hudson Road, Glenburn, ME, United States

Services: The Glenburn Library Board meets regularly to discuss the future of the Glenburn Library.  Currently, the public library is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:45 PM to 8 PM.  The Library Coordinator, Alison O’Leary, provides a monthly calendar of events.

Over the past few years, due to concerns about available funds, concerns about student safety and control of public access into the school building during school hours, and concerns about which group (Town or School) should carry the responsibility of Public Library staffing/management, the Glenburn School Board decided to move away from a Public Library mission, and has turned the public aspect of The Glenburn Library back to the Town.



(207) 848-4094

2415 U.S. 2, Hermon, ME, United States

Services: The Hermon High School Library Media Center is open to the communities of Hermon, Levant, and Carmel when school is in session: Monday through Friday from 2:15 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

The library will be closed for holidays and school breaks.

To access available resources, click on the link

High School Media Center

We have wifi and computer access, as well as many books.

(207) 884-8598

911 Stetson Road, Kenduskeag, ME, United States

Services: The library has the current bestsellers available without having to be on a long waiting list. There are also many books for children and junior readers as well. A new computer has also been purchased and is available for word processing and Internet access. Internet access is provided by Road Runner as a free public service. Any one wanting to use the Internet will need to sign the Internet use policy before using it.

Plan a visit to the library soon! Library hours are Monday and Thursday nights from 6:00 to 8:00 PM.