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Limerick Public Library
55 Washington St.
Limerick, ME 04048
The library is handicapped accessible
and is located on the second floor
of the Limerick Municipal Building.
Monday 1:00 pm to 5:00
Tuesday 9:00 am to 6:00
Wednesday 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
3:00 pm to 8:00 pm
1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 am to 1:00
Closed Sunday and all legal holidays
Cindy Smith Librarian/Director
Lori Jo Rich Technology Librarian
Library Assistant/ Cataloger
Anne Marie Crowley Substitute Library Aide
Maine’s Virtual Library provides access to a collection of materials for the
research, instructional, and information needs of Maine residents.
Marvel is a collection of texts and abstracts from newspapers, reference books,
and magazines, such as Time, Newsweek, Consumer Reports, and others.
Marvel can be accessed from your home computer by logging onto to website at
Click on FAQ for a complete set of instructions for registering for remote
Wi-Fi Hot-Spot – Wireless internet access is now available at the
Library. The signal is functional inside the Library, anywhere inside the
Municipal building and in the parking lots.
We are a “PAL” Library. Limerick Public Library is a “PAL” (Partner
Library) with Portland Public Library. You can get your Portland card
here which will give you full privileges to Portland Libraries and access to
their on-line databases and services (including audio and e-book downloads).
Interlibrary Loan. If this library does not have a book you want,
the librarian may be able to get it for you from another library.
Library Holdings and Services:
Large print Books
Inter-library Loan Service
Free internet access
Wireless internet access
Preschool Story Time
Summer Reading Program
Art/Cultural Exhibits: The Library hosts monthly, rotating
exhibits that include art, commemorative displays, cultural collections,
photography and collections of interest.
Overdue Policy: Library patrons will be fined 10 cents per day
per overdue item. Fines are based on a seven day week including holidays. For
your convenience there is an
outside book drop next to the handicapped accessible entrance. Please put items
in a plastic bag before putting them in the book drop and include your fine
payment if one is due.