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Library Hours

Mon, Tue & Thu:
9 AM to 8 PM

Wed, Fri & Sat:
9 AM to 5 PM

Closed Federal &
State Holidays

Book Stop Hours

10 AM to 1 PM



The Library Advisory Committee meets on the last Monday of each month at 10am in the Library Board Room.


Saturday, December 10th at 11:00 AM
Music with Harpist and Educator Liza Rey Butler

Come enjoy soothing harp music while sampling the Friends of the Rockland Public Library’s homemade cookies! All ages are welcome, free and open to the public.

Saturday, December 10th at 2:00 PM
Talk: Credit- The Story Behind the Numbers with Kevin Boggs

Are you confused about your credit score, what it means or how credit even works? Come hear local expert Kevin Boggs in this informative and entertaining session that anyone can understand. Learn how to repair, and rebuild credit. Information will be offered in a format tailored to the group and not a canned presentation. No matter what level of expertise, all participants will feel comfortable and take away a tremendous amount of helpful knowledge to help them improve their credit score. Kevin will also be offering several unique perspectives on managing personal finances. Can't make it on Saturday? The talk will be repeated on Tuesday, December 13 at 6:00PM. (More...)


The Friends of Rockland Public Library are hosting a year-round bottle drive and we need your help! We’ve signed up with CLYNK, the bag-drop bottle return system located at Hannaford supermarkets. It's easy:
Get green CLYNK bags at the Book Stop (open Mon-Sat, 10-1). Simply fill them with your empty bottles and cans and drop off your bags at the Rockland Hannaford CLYNK station. Funds raised will go automatically into our Friends of Rockland Public Library account. And please spread the word to neighbors and other community members!


You *CAN* Help Out Neighbors  in Need!

Join us in helping out neighbors in need by bringing in non-perishable foods for the AIO Food Pantry to the Library. Non-perishable food items most needed are: canned fish or meat products (protein food), soup, fruit and fruit juices, evaporated milk and powdered milk and cereals. Also needed: soap – dish washing and personal, tooth brushes and other basic toiletries.  Food Drive will last through the end of December. 

80 Union Street | Rockland, ME 04841 | Phone: (207) 594-0310 | Fax: (207) 594-0333

Rockland Public Library is a department of the City of Rockland.

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