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Fort Fairfield Public Library

Library hours:
Tuesday- Friday, 10:00 am - 5:30 pm

Saturday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Contact Information:
Fort Fairfield Public Library
339 Main Street
Fort Fairfield, ME 04742
Phone: (207) 472-3880
Librarian: Jennifer Gaenzle

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E-Book  & AudioBook Downloads

The Fort Fairfield Public Library now offers books through MaineInfoNet.org

Use your Library Card to download books directly to your computer at: http://download.maineinfonet.org (Difficulty with Login Click Here)

The Maine InfoNet Download Library has migrated to a brand new e-book and e-Audiobook platform called cloudLibrary. This replaces the Overdrive platform previously used.  Find out more here.

To get started using the new system, download the cloudLibrary app here!


Historical and Genealogical books located in the Drew Room

The Library houses an extensive collection of Historical and Civil War books, as well as a large selection of Genealogical books related to Northern Maine and New Brunswick. These books can be found in our online catalog here - http://bit.ly/drewroom

Digital Archives

Fort Fairfield Newspapers from 1863 to 2012

The Library is proud to offer a fully searchable archive of the newspapers and other local historical documents of Fort Fairfield to you digitally. 

Completely searchable by word, phrase, name or date and are full image scans of  the actual newspapers.

The newspapers are located at - http://fortfairfield.advantage-preservation.com/ (this search feature works best with Windows Explorer or Firefox)

Children's Story Time

Come join us for Story Time at 10:30 am on alternating Thursdays for Ages 0-5. Children will read a book and do a small craft with our Children's Library aide. Contact the library for the next scheduled date.

About the Library

The Fort Fairfield Public Library is located at 339 Main Street and was built in 1913 by R.J. Noyes of Augusta, Maine.

Our Library is a Carnegie Library. We have a collection of approximately 18,000 books, audio books, VHS & DVD movies, as well as, 20 periodicals and 4 newspapers. We have an annual circulation of around 11,000 items.

We have eight internet accessible computers available or bring your own laptop or mobile device and connect to the internet using our free wi-fi.

If you want a quiet place to work or read, our library provides excellent facilities. A community room with a large conference area and a kitchenette is also available for local groups and organizations. Please call or email for reservations.