The Lincoln Memorial Library is located at 21 W. Broadway. We have something for everyone!

Mission Statement: We are dedicated to being the best public library for the community we serve by providing outstanding and personalized services, facility, outreach, programs, and collections.

The Lincoln Memorial Library will provide a variety of resources to meet the community’s informational, self-directed personal growth, recreational, and cultural needs. Policies, procedures, and services will be designed to promote the use of the library. A caring, innovative, quality minded and professional staff will be provided to serve the community.

Vision Statement: The Lincoln Memorial Library will support the vision and mission of the Town of Lincoln by striving to provide the broadest possible spectrum of residents with the information resources to meet their current and future educational, informational and recreational needs. The Lincoln Memorial Library envisions a future where all individuals and families are lifelong learners who recognize the value of reading and other forms of gaining knowledge.

Fall 08 - Ballard Hill 269Fall 08 - Ballard Hill 252

We are open Monday through Friday 10 am to 5 pm, and Saturday 9-12 pm (every 2nd and 4th Saturday)

Linda Morrill, Library Director
Darlene Mulari, Library Clerk
Lisa Noyes, Library Clerk
Sara Spiess, Library Clerk
Sandy Michaud, Children’s Clerk
Dottie Murchison, Library Clerk/Teen Clerk

The Lincoln Memorial Library always has something going on, and with about 34,000 items to choose from, there’s definitely something you’ll love here!  If you’re interested in volunteering at the library you can choose from two options: The Library Advisory Committee or the Friends of the Lincoln Library.


October 2018 Activities Calendar
 We have so many fun Halloween and Autumn activities throughout the month, including our big Haunted Library Annual Halloween Party Oct 31st. 

Oct 16th, come join Miss Deb for Halloween fun for ages 5 and up starting at 3 pm. On October 18th Miss Deb will be hosting Halloween fun for teens starting at 3:30

On October 19th and 26th there will be Halloween movies starting at 3 pm.

LML is celebrating “Shark Week” starting October 22nd. Shark week concludes with a special “Sharks 4 Kids” presentation at Lincoln Memorial Library October 27th from 11:30 am to 2 pm. “Sharks4Kids” is a nonprofit organization who provides interactive fun programs to teach kids about the life of sharks and to help raise understanding of sharks.

On Halloween, October 31st don’t miss LML’s Haunted Library which starts at 2 pm and ends at 4:30 pm. The Haunted Library is for children of all ages! Come see what spooky stuff your friends at the Library have planned! Come enjoy activities like face painting, crafts, stories and a Halloween movie. There will be goodie bags and other fun stuff!

See you soon at YOUR Lincoln Memorial Library!

Some of our programs are listed below.

Children’s Activities


Adventures at the Library 10:30 am (under 5)

Never too old for Storytime 3-4:30 pm


Storytime & Art 10:30 am

Lego Club 3:30 pm (3 and up)


Toddler Group 10:00 am

Baby Group 11:00 am

Imagination Station 3:30 pm


The “Letter” Train 11:00 am

Felt Club 3:30 pm


Storytelling fun with 4s and 5s 10:30 am

Movie Day 3:00 pm


Open the 1st and 4th Saturdays of the month 8 am-12:00 pm

Fun activities for kids 9-11 am

Online Services

Browse our catalog. Once entering the site, follow the directions on the screen to sign in. You will need your library card number and your last name to sign in. Once you are signed in, you may browse the catalog, renew books, reserve books, and add books to your wish list. If you need assistance, contact the Library Director.

We also have a Facebook page. Please like us, we update it regularly.

You can also access the Maine State Library online. 


Free Internet Access:

No library card needed! Want help to learn how to use the Internet? Ask about the “LIT” program (Library Internet Training). The program is scheduled every other Friday.

Periodical Database:

State-wide access to thousands of current Magazine and Newspaper articles.