We are pleased to announce that Mina Miller has joined New Vineyard Public Library as our new Librarian.

Mina has been a resident of New Vineyard since 2003 and brings to our Library an extensive knowledge of books and community involvement. She works with her business Mainley Mynah Matters, Inc, creating birch bark crafts and art, enjoys gardening and her collection of tropical plants, as well as swimming every day at UMF.

Please stop by the Library and welcome Mina who will be at the Library on Wednesday 10- 2; Thursday 3-7 or Friday 10-2.

Hometown Raffle

posted May 31, 2018, 5:47 AM by New Vineyard Public Library


Support New Vineyard Public Library – buy Tickets for our HOMETOWN RAFFLE.

New Vineyard Artists and Businesses

have donated

their creations and products

for prizes that will benefit our library’s programs.  

On display at the library are pictures and information about the artworks, products and associated artists and businesses.

Tickets are $5 per ticket, $20 for 5 tickets - donation. Each prize drawn separately with a total prize value of over $1250.

Drawings will be held at NVPL Annual Craft and Bake Sale -  November 2018


Please support New Vineyard’s Hometown Artists and Businesses

Thank them for their support with your support


James Albert – Zen Stone Works

Lord Clinton Casey – Artist

Joyce Dubay – Artist

Ken Dubay – Custom Furniture Design

Fletcher’s Mill

Hargreaves – Holiday Greens

Marble Family Farms

Mina Miller – Mainley Mynah Matters

Our Village Market – Hinkley Family

Gary Rowland – Moose Hill Turnings

Sillanpaa Family Farm

Doreen Swain – Seeds to Scenes

Becky Johnson Sweeney – Photographer


Golf Scrambler - WANTED

posted May 8, 2018, 9:02 AM by New Vineyard Public Library

Tee It Up For A Great Library – New Vineyard


New Vineyard Public Library Golf Scramble - Sunday June 10, 2018   - Diadema Golf Club


Do you play golf and are interested in teeing up to support the New Vineyard Public Library?


We are accepting applications of individuals or teams of four for our Annual 9 Hole – Best Ball Golf Scramble. Cost is $45 each golfer which includes lunch. Advanced registration required. Contact John at 652-2417 for availability of openings.


Held at the Diadema Golf Club  - 419 New Portland Rd, North Anson, ME 04958.

Registration starts at 7:30 AM, with a shotgun tee time starting at 8:30AM.

Farewell Event for our Librarian

posted Mar 29, 2018, 7:00 AM by New Vineyard Public Library   [ updated Mar 30, 2018, 6:26 AM ]

Stop by at the Library anytime between 4 and 6pm on Thursday, April 5 to thank Karin, our librarian, for her many contributions and to wish her success in her future endeavors.

Hope to see you there!

Librarian Resignation

posted Feb 24, 2018, 6:42 AM by New Vineyard Public Library

Karin - our Librarian - has indicated that she will soon be leaving to pursue other opportunities.


While we are looking for another Librarian, Karin will be continuing to deliver our Thursday and Friday programs and services. Volunteers will be assisting on Wednesdays.


We wish Karin success with her endeavors….

Watercolor Painting Collection on Display

posted Jan 24, 2018, 5:44 AM by New Vineyard Public Library

On display at our Library through February, 2018 are a collection of watercolor paintings by one of our Trustees – Suzee Woods.
Stop by and check out the collection of mostly seasonal landscapes with a soft filter to reflect the peacefulness of our environment.  

What's New at the Library

posted Nov 4, 2016, 9:53 AM by New Vineyard Public Library   [ updated Nov 4, 2016, 10:24 AM ]

It is Friday morning. The stitchers have gathered in the library to share stories of horses, sheep and hay. In between stories a few stitches are made. There are nibbles of the yummy pumpkin read that Glenda brought for the day. It is a nice change of atmosphere from other quiet times. It is the Friday ritual that reminds us that some of our community have left for warmer climates. We could be envious of them. But we are stalwart in our tolerance of winter.  It is this weekly gathering at the library that fulfills a vision we see for the library--a gathering place for our small community.

The shelves are filling with some new titles. There is the latest Paul Doiron, The Widowmaker. The memoir by Bruce Springsteen, Born to Run, promises to be a great read for anyone who is a fan. The Maine State Library delivers large print books every month. This month's selection includes some great mysteries and westerns. The juvenile and children's section has some new titles too.The Knights of the Borrowed Dark is an excellent middle grade fantasy. We have also started a small graphic novel shelf. These books are a good choice if you have a reluctant reader.

The library is looking for volunteers. There are flyers around town that explain what we are hoping for. If you would like to be a friend of the library, please feel free to call the library at 652-2250.This is also a good time to remind folks that our craft fair is November 19th. We are still looking for donations for our table of baked goods and crafts to sell. We also need volunteers to set up on the Friday afternoon before the fair. Our display table theme is Hats and Mittens. If you have any new or gently used hats or mittens you would like to donate we will make sure that they go to someone who needs them.

Finally, I'd like to share a book I am reading. It is titled Public Library by Ali Smith. It is a collection of short stories which all touch on books and words in some way. In between the chapters are interviews with writers and thinkers about their life long relationship with libraries. The book was written in response to Britain's austerity after the financial crisis in 2008 which caused many state funded libraries to either close or revert to volunteer run organizations. I think we are lucky to live where we do. We live in a state where even the smallest town has a library and a community that supports it.

For this we are truly grateful.

Friday Morning Stitchers

posted Oct 20, 2016, 12:56 PM by New Vineyard Public Library

Join us for stitching, conversation, and community every Friday morning at 10:30. Call the library for more information.207-652-2250.

Wednesday, September 22, 2016

posted Sep 11, 2016, 2:44 PM by suzee woods   [ updated Sep 21, 2016, 12:47 PM ]

Story Time begins - every Wednesday at 10:30. Join us for stories, songs and crafts. All welcome.

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