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First Library Board of Directors ca. 1946  L to R  Edward McGonagle, Aline Roy, Evelyn Robinson, Regina Roy, Kathleen Rice (Assistant Librarian), Mrs. Edward Wade (Librarian), Reverend Lionel Thibodeau.

News and Events:

News/Event "2/28/24.  The Madawaska Library has entered into partnership with the Aroostook Agency on Aging. The Library will become an AAA "Access Point"; a location hub for programs and classes provided by the agency. A recent recipient of $862,000 in Congressionally Directed Spending, the Access Points project is now poised to establish or strengthen local connections in Aroosttok County to services, consultation and meeting space, recreation, and enrichment. The AAA will eventually have regular service hours and special programs for local elders. 

Equipment for the Access Point project has recently arrived, and as a benefit to the entire community, will be made available for any local non-profit/civic group to use for meetings and classes, to either receive or broadcast digitally over the internet.

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News/Event "12/01/23 The Madawaska Library is sponsoring a Pete the Cat" christmas tree at the Daughters of Isabella Festival of Trees. Does your child love Pete? Then enter to win this tree, on display at the Madawaska K of C Hall. Tickets are 10 for $5. Funds raised go to local Daughters of Isabella charity projects.

Thanks to Kerry O'Brien for her hard work and Pete the Cat knowledge.

News: 5/3/23  The Madawaska Public Library Board of Trustees has put out an informational statement for the public. Read it HERE

Event: 3/11/23  Come and visit Madawaska's latest author Evan Nadeau. Evan will be signing copies of his book "Tanner and the Magic Tongue" at 11am. Mrs. O'Brien will also be there to read Evan's book and other stories. There will be crafts and maybe a special guest! 

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Access thousands of e-books and audio book files with your Madawaska Library card number. Visit the library and the librarian on duty will give you your number. Library card numbers cannot be given out over the phone. 

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