The Lubec Memorial Library is free and open to all. Books, movies, magazines, computers and WiFi are available for public use. Call 207-733-2491 for more information.

The Library will be closed on Presidents Day,

Monday, February 19th.

Perfect for the Valentine’s Day!
Wrapped and decorated mugs for sale at the library. $20 each- all proceeds to benefit the Lubec Memorial Library.

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Thursday, February 22nd, 2024 at 3 PM.

Cabin Fever Films

Enjoy viewing classic films on the library’s new big screen in the spacious Community Room, a great way to spend a wintry afternoon with friends, popcorn and cider. Donations to support the program are much appreciated. There will be a movie every two weeks through the winter.

The next movie will be Catherine Called Birdy, a Medieval Comedy made in 2022.

Lego Club

Lego Club will be held on Mondays at 2:45. The first 2024 date will be January 8th. All children are welcome.

Chess Club

You are invited to the Lubec Chess Club at the Lubec Memorial Library on Wednesdays from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. for friendly chess games, chess chat, and chess instruction. All levels of players are welcome. Please bring a set and board if you have one. For more information, please contact Dan DeLuca at 207 479-4474 (call or text) or by email at dcdeluca@yahoo.com. Hope to see you there!

February Art Show

Gyotaku (fish printing)


Coleen O’Connell


Wiggles and Giggles

Join us at The Lubec Memorial Library for Wiggles and Giggles- Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. for children ages birth on up- preschoolers, homeschoolers, babies, moms, dads, grammies, grampies all welcome.

Pysanky Eggs

Come see the Pysanky eggs on display. Pysanky is a beautiful folk art from Ukraine, where the eggs are traditionally made and exchanged with friends and family as expressions of friendship, love and good luck.

Cards handmade by Gretchen Mead for sale

to benefit The Lubec Memorial Library.