Annual Giant Stocking Raffle: Drawing on Wed. 12/22

We are raffling off another giant (4 1/2 ‘ tall) handmade stocking, includes: 4 stuffed animals, 4 Little Golden Books (Christmas classics), Lindor chocolates, 3 Christmas dvds (Charlie Brown Christmas, Miracle on 34th St., Nightmare Before Christmas, 2 Legos sets, 2 Jigsaw puzzles (Solar system, Country scene), Watercolor paints, 96-crayon set, Mancala game, Compass, Holiday dog toy, Rawlings major league baseball with Red Sox logo, Slinky, Hot Wheels, and more to come! Tickets are just $3.00 each, all proceeds benefit the Library.

Library Pie Sale: Tuesday, Nov. 23rd 4:00 – 7:00 p.m.

GOT PIES! Do you have a long list of food to prepare for your Thanksgiving dinner? Here’s a suggestion to save you time in the kitchen and help your local library. On Tuesday, Nov 23 from 4pm – 7pm stop by the Franklin Library and purchase a pie, or two! Pies are $20 each with all proceeds to benefit our library. Help us pay our heat and utility bills to keep open through the winter, and to continue adding all the new children’s, YA, and adult books and movies you love. Mark your calendars and STOP BY TO BUY A PIE! 

Library Halloween Raffle: Three Stephen King 1st editions

Franklin Library Fall Fundraiser: Halloween raffle of three Stephen King novels. Signed 1st edition of The Dead Zone (1979). Plus: two bonus 1st editions (unsigned): Fire Starter (1980) and Christine (1983). Tickets $5 each or 5 tickets / $20. Drawing will be held Sat. Oct. 30th. To purchase tickets, stop by the Library or mail a check noting how many tickets requested to: Franklin Library / P.O. Box 202 / Franklin ME 04634.

Beginning Wed. July 18 Until Further Notice

Because of the recent rapid spread of the Covid-19 Delta variant, and in accordance with Federal and State CDC guidelines, the Library will once again require all visitors – regardless of vaccination status – to wear face masks indoors. Thank you for helping to keep our community safe.

Wednesday May 26th : New Mask Rules

On Wednesday the Library will begin following the changed mask guidelines from Gov. Mills and the CDC (see poster below). Library staff Cathy FitzGerald (Wednesdays) and Monica Czerniawski (Saturdays) are both fully vaccinated, but will choose whether or not to wear masks depending on situation and/or comfort level.