Hours and Information

SPECIAL GUEST  Book Review!

 

 

https://monheganlibrary.com/2017/08/09/book-review-9-the-underground-railroad/

 

Read something good lately? Review it! Any genre, any book, send your review to: monheganmemoriallibrary@gmail.com and we’ll publish it on our blog! 

 

Hours: 

May: Monday through Friday; 1-3pm

June: Monday through Saturday; 1-5pm

July-August:

  • Monday & Tuesday  1-5pm
  • Wednesday 1-7pm
  • Thursday 1-5pm
  • Friday & Saturday 1-7pm

September-October: Monday through Friday; 1-3pm

November -April: Open door policy, use with respect


$10 Individual

$20 Family

 

Address:
1 Library Lane
Monhegan, Maine 04852

Phone:
(207) 596-0549

Email:
monheganmemoriallibrary@gmail.com
monlib@monhegan.lib.me.us

Librarians:
Mia Boynton
Matthew Holtzman


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7 responses to “Hours and Information

  1. Harta Albena Hoteluri

    Keep this going please, great job!

  2. Hal Avery

    Hello,
    On the Monhegan Calendar there is a book discussion scheduled for July 29 for the book entitled”A Month in the Country.” However there is no book author provided and there are two books published by this title, one written by J.L. Carr and the other by Ivan Turgenev. Please clarify to me which book is being discussed. Thank you.

  3. Jen

    Are you having a cake auction this summer?

  4. Wendy Libby

    Good morning. I have never been to Monhegan Island but have been told how beautiful your Island is. I would love to plan a one day trip this fall and have heard that monarch butterflies gather and rest there in numbers on their migration flight. Can you inform me on the best time to come in order to experience this? I cannot find anything online or anywhere else to seek information. Thank you so much.
    Wendy

    • Hi Wendy,

      So, while we do have monarchs, sadly their numbers are decreasing here as elsewhere in the country. They’re out right now, but you won’t see huge amounts of them. I’m wondering if possibly it was a different area that this happens in? I doubt it is in Maine however.

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