Welcome to the Merrill Memorial Library


The staff of Senator Angus King Jr. will be at MML on October 27 from 11 am to 1 pm.

chadbourn2015Merrill Memorial Library will be hosting an Alfred “Chip” Chadbourn exhibit September 18 through October 31.  FMI, click for poster or visit Yarmouth Arts.

Did you know we’re on Facebook?

Interested in using our newly renovated meeting space for your group?

Read the MML 2014 Annual Report

eBooks from your Library

Maine InfoNet has made a number of eBooks available for library users. Go to download.maineinfonet.org for more information. MML has three eReaders (Barnes & Noble Nook, Amazon Kindle, and Sony Reader Pocket Edition) available for patrons to see while in the library. Please ask at the Information Desk on the 2nd floor if you are interested in seeing one.  Click here for guides to downloading ebooks onto specific devices.

What will you read next?

If you’ve discovered a book that you like and are looking for something similar, try the following web sites for ideas:

  • whatshouldireadnext.com This site lists other titles by the same author as well as books that you may like within the same genre.
  • gnooks.com This site offers an interesting “Map of Literature” as well as suggestions of similar authors.
  • GoodReads This site offers users a bookshelf to organize books they are currently reading as well as books to be read.
  • NextReads This site offers users the chance to sign up for a weekly newsletter of reading suggestions in their favorite reading generic social posteric social poster

Click Here for a Calendar of Upcoming Events!

chadbourn2015Merrill Memorial Library is hosting an Alfred “Chip” Chadbourn exhibit September 12 through October 31.  FMI, click for poster or visit Yarmouth Arts.

paces_main_01Merrill Memorial Library and PACES present a second Senior Seminar Lecture Series – Click to view the poster!

KateAnchorFlaresMML is pleased to host Maine author Kate Braestrup for a talk and signing of her new book, Anchor & Flares.  Join us Thursday, October 15, from 11 am to noon.  


beanstackBeanstack is an online Reader’s Advisory service that we now offer. Parents may sign up for free, with or without a library card, and create a profile for each of their children. The profile is quick to create, and includes age, reading level, and interests for each child. Each week, you will get an email with a tailored book recommendation highlighting a book in our collection that your child will like, as well as activities to do while reading the book that will enhance the experience of reading together as a family.  Try it out and let us know what you think!!