Millinocket Town Office
197 Penobscot Ave,
Millinocket, Maine 04462
Phone: (207) 723-7000
Fax: (207) 723-7002

Public Library

Visit the Millinocket Memorial Library!

Library Director: Matt DeLaney
(207) 723-7020
5 Maine Avenue
Millinocket, ME  04462


Monday          10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Tuesday          12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Wednesday     10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Thursday        10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday            10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday        10:00 am – 1:00 pm

The mission of the Millinocket Memorial Library is to provide materials and services for community residents of all ages for personal enrichment, enjoyment, and educational needs. The library is dedicated to providing practical access to all forms of media and to encourage young children to develop an ongoing interest in reading and learning. The Millinocket Memorial Library is committed to supporting a lifelong enjoyment of reading and learning.

Newspapers are available and older newspapers are retained on microfilm. The library has a collection of audiobooks on CD, and we’ve recently updated our DVD collection to make available the most popular current films.




Please join the library for the following upcoming events. Some events require advanced signup, so call us at (207)723-7020 if a program requires registration.

Intro to Computers – Every Tuesday at 9:30 am. Call the library to register.

Learn the basics of computers, including how to navigate the internet, send emails, use social media, and internet safety. Bring your own laptop or use one of ours. No experience required.

Millinocket Literary Society’s Library Displays

The new schedule is pending and when available it will be provided by the Millinocket Literary Society.




Library Membership is FREE for Maine residents or property owners. The card is valid for three (3) years.

Children residing in Millinocket can obtain a juvenile card, which a parent or guardian needs to sign. When children reach the age of 13, they can apply for an
adult card.

Non–residents may obtain a card for a fee of $20.00 per year.

To check-out materials, you must present a valid library card. All books, CD’s, and
audios circulate for three (3) weeks. DVDs and magazines circulate for one (1) week. There is a limit on some items borrowed. See Library Policies.




The children’s room maintains a collection for children and young adults from birth through grade six. The collection includes books, books on CDs and DVDs.

  • Preschool Story Time
  • Parent and Child Social Hour
  • Summer Story Time
  • Summer Reading Programs
  • National Children’s Book Week

Preschool Story Time | Wednesdays at 10:00 am

A Preschool Story Time Program is held on Wednesdays at 10:00 am downstairs aStory Time | Millinocket Memorial Libraryt the Millinocket Memorial Library Conference Room. This program is designed for preschool children accompanied by an adult.

Each week a group of theme-related stories are read aloud followed by a small craft project. The purpose of this program is to help children become acquainted with other children of their own age, help them become familiar with the library, and instill in them a love of books, reading, and listening to stories.

Parent & Child Social Hour – Friday at 10 am. No registration required.

This time is dedicated to parents and children spending quality time together and socializing. There will be toys and books for the kids to play with while you meet new friends.

Summer Story Time
Summer Story Time is held on Wednesday mornings at 10:00 am. Each week a group of theme-related stories will be read aloud followed by a small craft project. This program runs throughout the summer. Children of all ages are welcome.

Summer Reading Programs
The Summer Reading Program usually is a six-week program. Stay tuned for information concerning the theme for our upcoming Summer Reading Program.

National Children’s Book Week
The National Children’s Book Week is April 12th to the 18th.


An in-depth online geography textbook written for kids. Learn about the world around you. Geography is KidsGeo-01the study of the Earth as it exists today, focusing on the surface, the atmosphere, the oceans, as well as the distribution of plants, animals, and people.

Also available is an in-depth online geology textbook written for kids. Learn about the world beneath you. Geology is the study of the Earth’s surface and substructure. Geologists look at the processes that form terrain, and the processes that destroy terrain.


Visit our website and learn, play games, watch videos, learn about animals and places, and get fun facts on the National Geographic for Kids website.National Geographics Kids

Why Should I Ask My Parents To Sign Me Up For National Geographic Kids?
National Geographic Kids website is your go-to place to have fun learning about animals, science, and nature through cool facts, funny videos, awesome games and more! By registering, you (and your parents) will have your own private area where you can personalize your time with National Geographic Kids. Pretty soon you’ll be able to choose your own avatars and themes, and earn badges for completing challenges on the site and there will be fresh new games, pictures and videos added all the time.

For more information and specifics, please call the Millinocket Memorial Library at (207) 723-7020 or come in and visit us.

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Millinocket Memorial Library is very grateful for appropriate gifts to its collection. Monetary gifts are also welcome; the library has a gifts and donation account for the purchase of books and other library materials.



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