Vassalboro Library

The Vassalboro Library was founded in 1909 and has been associated with the town since 1911. The library is managed by the trustees of the Vassalboro Public Library Association and the town of Vassalboro currently provides about 80 per cent of the funding of the library. The original library burned down in 1979 and moved to its current location in 1980. In 2000 an addition was added to the library with all the funds coming from donations to the Vassalboro Public Library Association. The current librarian is Brian Stanley.

Vassalboro Library does now hold an ongoing year round book-sale during the libraries regular operating hours. Monday and Friday 12-6 and Wednesday and Saturday 10-4p

Vassalboro Public Library
930 Bog Road
May 2022


Wednesdays at 10:30a

May 4,11,18,25
Librarian Brian or special guests will read the classics of picture book literature! Funny and informative. For all young ages.



Science, innovation, books, crafts and art.
Play, learn and develop.

Thursdays 10-12p
May 12, 19, 26


After School Students
Come in anytime and
we will have an in-house collage project.

Please register for STEAM TIME program at the following link
Found on library website, Facebook and Town Office website
May Registration:

The Underground Railroad: Retracing the Tracks.
with Pamela Cummings.
Saturday, May 21 starting at 10am at the Vassalboro Grange

Please register here:

An illustrious walk back in time to discuss the history of the Underground Railroad and its relevance and significance to Maine's total and accurate history. As part of this discussion I explore the places that were hidden all around us in plain sight, each with its own story begging to be told and lessons waiting to be shared. Those with eyes look and those with ears, hear. It's all around us.

MAINE SPEAKS supports individuals and organizations, bringing people
in their community together to learn from a gifted speaker who shares their expertise and lived experience in engaging ways. |

Pamela Cummings is currently President of the Board of Directors and Director of Education Programs for The Abyssinian Meeting House. She is also the creator and writer of two books and the founder of A Walk Back in Time, a theatrical walk retracing the footsteps of enslaved people in Portland, Maine–from the Custom Wharf to The Abyssinian Meeting House and slavery to freedom.
Face coverings are recommended for all

Game Nights!
at Vassalboro Library
Every Friday from 3-5pm

Come and learn a new game with Library staff or bring a game to play with a friend or library staff.
Game nights are for adults who enjoy playing games.

Vassalboro Library Covid Policies (2022)

  1. We recommend face coverings, due to the changing nature of the disease, and for those who are at risk including the unvaccinated, children, and immunocompromised.Thank you for keeping in mind the health and safety of others.However, we will not enforce or monitor mask wearing due to State guidance being lifted. All are welcome!
  2. Respect privacy and individual preference of others inside the library.
  3. Please continue to return books in the entryway. Do not place on the circulation counter.
  4. Continue to social distance while in the library.
  5. Practice good hand hygiene. If your hands are dirty sanitize or wash before handling materials.
  6. Do not come to the library if you are sick.

Please click here to see the libraries policies.

The address for the library is 930 Bog Road.

The library is open:

Monday and Friday 12:00pm - 6:00pm
Wednesday and Saturday: 10:00am - 4:00pm

Library closed 2022
May 30 - Memorial Day
July 4 - Independence Day
September 5 - Labor Day
October 10 - Indigenous Peoples Day
November 11 - Veterans Day
November 25 - Thanksgiving Holiday (observed)
December 24 - Christmas Eve
December 31 - New Years Eve

The phone number for the library is: 923-3233

Click here for the library web site