Winter Harbor Public Library
located at Channing Chapel
18 Chapel Lane
P.O. Box 326
Winter Harbor, Maine 04693
Welcome ....... updated on September 9th, 2016
All programs are free and open to everyone
The WHPL serves residents and visitors as a public library for the Town of Winter Harbor and welcomes all the surrounding towns and villages.
The Winter Harbor Public Library is open year-round.
YEAR ROUND - OPEN HOURS
WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY 12 to 4
FRIDAY 10 to 4
contact us at 207-963-7556 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
|The mission of the WHPL is to function as a center for life long learning and literacy for all in a welcoming atmosphere, acting both independently and in collaboration with other organizations.|
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You may have recently heard that a statewide purchase was made for
Ancestry Library. This is being made available to all Maine public libraries.
Access to this resource is "in-house"
(at the Library)
Remote access is not available.
LearningExpress Library is an interactive online learning platform
all patrons must first authenticate through MARVEL! - Maine's Virtual Library.
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Winter Harbor Public Library News
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about our location
Board of Trustees for 2015-2016
The Trustees of the WHPL will meet monthly at the library. The meetings are open to the public and all are invited to attend. Call the Library for the next meeting date.
Please stop by and meet our librarian Ruth Mapleton
Call the library for volunteer opportunities.
Most library books and audio books may be checked out for three weeks
Videos may be checked out for one week
Magazines (excluding the current issue) check out for one week
eReaders check out for one week
Items can be renewed if no one is waiting for them, or they can be reserved if checked out to another patron.
There is a four item limit on videos or audios per patron per visit.
The overdue fee for each item is 10 cents per day that the library is open.
If you renew a book which is already late a fine may be assessed to your account.
How do I renew my materials?
Our members are welcome to extend the due dates of items they have checked out. You may renew most items twice, so long as no one else has requested the item.
There are the ways to renew materials: