The New Vineyard Library offers opportunities for our community to learn and get to know each together. Our varied collection, scheduled events, and available technology provide education, entertainment, and links to the wider world.

The New Vineyard Public Library Association was formed in 1961 and offered books to subscribers from shelves in the basement of Smith Hall. over the years the location moved to other venues. The current location was the result of a generous donation of land and money by Judith Johnson. The first building on the site was completed in 1991 with community labor and support. During 2012-2013 an extension was made to the building, and a new Library and Community Room were dedicated on August 2, 2014. The town office moved into the initial library area.

The  current library could not exist without the generous support of the town and individual donors.

 The Library provides the community with programs for children and adults. Besides fiction, biographies and non-fiction, we have an extensive collection of  books about New Vineyard and Maine. The facility provides access to computers for internet browsing and printing.  Our lightning-fast fiber network is available from the parking lot 24/7.

 Our Librarian is Mina Miller,, 652-2250.

 Current Trustees of the New Vineyard Public Library Association

 President:                 Suzee Woods

 Vice President:         Judy Uhl

 Secretary:                 Judy Uhl

 Treasurer:                 David Bliss

 Trustees:                 Betsy Turcotte, Bruce Turcotte, Ann Wattles, Barbara Toner

Our New Vineyard Public Library Handbook provides information about the Library programs, the hours of operation, policies and procedures,  including how to reserve our Community Room for an event.