Fryeburg Town Office • 16 Lovewell Pond Road Fryeburg, Maine 04037 • 207-935-2805 • Fax 207-935-6008

Fryeburg Public Library

 

Fryeburg Library


We’re ALL Readers in Fryeburg, ME.

The Women's Library Club was organized in August 1890 with the mission to maintain a library for the use of the village and the "Intellectual Improvement of the Community. "Although the club no longer exists, its mission remains the same. We strive to inform, enrich and empower every person in the community by creating and providing easy access to an array of ideas and information. We provide an inviting atmosphere, well-organized and up-to-date collections and a friendly well trained staff.

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History

The granite building here on the Main Street, built in 1832 was originally the village school house for Districts #1 and #2. In 1903, the new village school, The Charles A. Snow School, now the administrative offices of SAD #72, was completed and the town voted to give the Stone House to the Women's Library Club for $1. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984, the building continues to preserve the past and look to the future.

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Get in touch!

We're open 9am - 4pm, Monday through Thursday

Saturday 9am - Noon