Waterboro Public Library

187 Main Street
East Waterboro, ME 04030

207-247-3363

About Us:

The Waterboro Public Library, founded and originally sponsored by the Massabesic Lioness Club, was first located in two rooms on the second floor of the Regional Medical Arts Building on Route 202 in Waterboro, Maine. This Medical Center was once a school building and was taken over by the Massabesic Lions Club. In 1984, the Lions and Lioness worked together to remodel the library's two rooms, wallpapering, painting, constructing book shelves, insulating, installing electric heat and new windows, and lowering the ceilings. At the same time, the Lioness appealed to the state library and other libraries in Maine for books to start the Library and were overwhelmed with over 10,000 books given by residents, schools, and other libraries.Though the history of the Waterboro Public Library isn't long, it is marked by volunteer leadership and community effort, dedicated staff, strong town support, and steady growth. We hope the coming years reflect the same!

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