Cushing Library

Welcome to
the cushing public library

About Us

Welcome to The Cushing Public Library

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Our Mission Statement

The Cushing Public Library enhances our community by providing a safe and comfortable space to learn, explore, create,

connect, and thrive.

We provide well-organized, up-to-date collections, computer access, free programs and other innovative resources for our community. 


We are easy to find at 39 Cross Road, in the Community Center

The Cushing Library which was founded in 1977 serves the Cushing community with free access to magazines, books, VHS and DVD movies, audio books, and free computer and a document printer use. The Library has a number of notable collections for adults and children. It also serves as a place for special community events and educational exhibitions year-round upon request.

The Library is operated totally by a volunteer staff and Library Board. The volunteer staff is composed of both year-round

and seasonal residents.

Our librarians can help students and others with research for school assignments or personal interests.

The current list of volunteers includes: Eric Anderson, Doreen Bickford, Marianne Boretz,

Lindy Pew Boucher, Hathaway Brewster, Helen Darmara, David Farmer,

Brooke Harrington, Judith Bing, Steve Heddericg, Ellen Goldsmith, Debby Kraft, Tom LeBlond, Terry Lewis, Christine Neville,

Mary Lou Nichols, Wendy Roberts, Marty Reynolds, Linda Yanofsky, Sherri James & Kristie Niedermann.


The current Library Board includes: Mikki Ames, Lindy Pew Boucher, Craig Currie, David Farmer, Steve Heddericg,

Deborah Kraft (vice-president), Karen Murphy, Mary Lou Nichols (secretary), Marty Reynolds, and Wendy Roberts (president)


Library Technology Coordinator and support: Helen Darmara
Library Treasurer: Craig Currie

Please think about becoming a volunteer at the Library.

Telephone (207) 354-8860

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Great selection! Unbelievably low prices! So convenient!  Come check out our inventory!  We have books of all kinds… 

•Autobiography & biography

 •Children’s  • Cookbooks  •Current fiction & non-fiction  •History                       • Maine  •Mysteries & thrillers  •Novels  •Old books                                                •Science & Nature  •Travel  Plus audio books & DVDs


LIBRARY HOURS

Monday

10 am - 2 pm  


Wednesday

10 am - 4 pm  


Friday

10:30 am - 1:30 pm  


Saturday

10 am - 12 noon  


Group Meetings

Knitting Group

Wednesday at 2 pm


Book Group

Wednesday  9 am


Dungeons & Dragons

Saturday 10-12pm


Library Board Meetings

Second Monday  6:00 pm 


In bad weather, please call for hours.

About Us

The Library has five artworks by Bernard "Blackie" Langlais celebrating wooden sculpture whimsy, don

We’re a public library, staffed by volunteers, open to all.

There’s no charge to residents or their guests. 

We offer a large selection of fiction and nonfiction, both in print, audio, and film. We have computers and free WiFi. Our public computers have a Children's Internet Safety Protection plan, which follows the Library's Children's Internet

Safety Policy and CIPA 

(Children's Internet Safety Act).

Please drop in to say hello and see our new books,

magazines, and DVDs


For those interested in local history, the Library has a collection of research materials about Cushing & surrounding towns, on loan through the generosity of the Cushing Historical Society.


CONTACTS

Library Telephone  (207) 354-8860


 Mailing Address  P.O. Box 25    Cushing, ME 04563 


Events Debby Kraft 


The Library has five artworks by Bernard "Blackie" Langlais celebrating wooden sculpture whimsy, donated by Colby College Museum of Art and the Kohler Foundation. Please visit the Library during our hours as part of the Langlais Art Trail. 


For those interested in genealogy, the Library provides free access to Ancestry.com

Ancestry.com