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WELCOME TO THE DENMARK PUBLIC LIBRARY (DPL)

Our mission is to serve as an activity center that provides the community with access to information, literacy activities,
programs that are educational and entertaining, and as a source for independent learning.

OUR HOURS

Tuesday: 2pm-6pm
Wednesday: 9am-12pm
Thursday: 2pm-6pm
Saturday: 9am-12pm
Storytime Wednesday at 10

NOTICE

When the Denmark Elementary School is closed due to weather, the Denmark Public Library will also be closed.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • The Denmark Library Book Sale is always available during Library hours. Come and check out a great selection of gently used books!

     

UPCOMING EVENTS

NEW EVENTS at the Library!

Snowshoes available to borrow generously donated by Loon Echo Land Trust and free weekday passes to snowshoe from Five Field Farms

We are having a Vision Board activity on Feb 2 at 10:00 am
Please pre-register so we have enough materials. Call 452-2200 and talk to the librarian or leave a message. See events for more details

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Introducing our Feb., March Teapot and Tea Raffle to benefit the Library.
Tickets are available for 2$ and the drawing will be at the end of March.
Lisa See ‘s book The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane is a great book to read while enjoying a cup of tea.

OPEN ENROLLMENT

Health Insurance Open Enrollment is here!
Nov 1 – Dec 15, extended to Jan 15.
Local help with enrollments and re-enrollments:
Amy March, Navigator, 207-452-2493

Monthly Coffee Café

Coffee Cafe - 1

CHILDREN’S STORY TIME

Wednesday’s 10:00
Songs, Stories, and Art Projects
New theme each week, always fun!

 

 

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The Denmark Public Library 




BOTTLES FOR BOOKS

Make an easy donation to the Library! Pick up a green plastic CLYNK bag with a sticker at the Library, fill it with redeemable bottles and cans, and drop it at Hannaford’s Supermarkets. We will use the funds to buy books!’

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This new website was made possible by funding from the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 as administered by the federal Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMSL) through the Maine State Library (IMSL grant number CFDA 45.310)