• We are open!

    The library is finally open! We are excited to welcome you to the renovated space, but we will continue to operate our curbside service for anyone who prefers not to enter the building.

    Contact us with any questions at 207-723-7020 or info@millinocketmemoriallibrary.org.

  • Library Closed 11/25 for Thanksgiving

  • Mobilize Katahdin

    The library has helped launch Mobilize Katahdin, a coalition of partners in the Katahdin region dedicated to organizing mutual aid efforts and connecting people to accurate information and local resources during the COVID-19 crisis. Learn more, get assistance, or get involved by visiting their website or calling 207-370-1581.

  • Our Team

    The library is supported by a team of more than 40 volunteers, who work at the circulation desk, organize programs, prepare and repair books, maintain our facility, and more.

  • Learn how to use CloudLibrary

    Did you know you can access thousands of ebooks and audiobooks for free using your Millinocket Memorial Library card? Learn how at www.millinocketmemoriallibrary.org/cloud-library/

  • While we are closed in our physical location, we are still offering exciting virtual programs and services.

Reserve a Room

Reserve a meeting room for private or group use. Small meeting rooms can accommodate up to 4-6 people and larger room up to 20 people. NOTE: Due to COVID-19 regulations, only private use is currently allowed.

Find a Book

Did you know that you can search our online catalog and place holds from home? Our online catalog includes collections from libraries around the state and will be delivered to our library upon request. Learn more about our online catalog, how to place holds, renew online, and more!

Download Library

Download popular ebooks and audiobooks for free to your phone, tablet, or computer. All you need is a Millinocket Memorial Library card. All residents of Maine are eligible for a free MML card. Stop in, or register online. If you already have a card, visit cloudLibrary to get started today!