207-377-8673 M-W: 10-6 | TH: 3-8 | F/SAT: 10-3

The Bailey Library, with support from the Winthrop Library Foundation, produces and hosts the Winthrop Lakes Region Forum held in the King Event Room of the Bailey Library each month. The events focus on the arts and humanities and features a wide range of topics and speakers. The series began in the summer of 2010 and has featured artists, historians, authors, poets, and musicians from all over the world. Past guests of the series include Richard Blanco, Kate Braestrup, Susan Conley, Paul Doiron, Tess Gerritsen, Lily King, Christina Baker Kline, and Bill Roorbach. For more information please download our newsletter or call the library at 207-377-8673.

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The Seed Library is back for 2024! The Seed Library at the Bailey Library strives to preserve biodiversity and to promote local, heirloom varieties. Check out a packet of heirloom seeds, grow your own heritage vegetables, save seeds from the best plants, and then lend them to a friend or neighbor, participate in a “seed swap,” or use them yourself next year.
We have the following early spring vegetable seeds available NOW: Black Seeded Simpson Lettuce; Chioggia Guardsmark Beets; Brandywine Tomatoes
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The Seed Library is back for 2024! The Seed Library at the Bailey Library strives to preserve biodiversity and to promote local, heirloom varieties. Check out a packet of heirloom seeds, grow your own heritage vegetables, save seeds from the best plants, and then lend them to a friend or neighbor, participate in a “seed swap,” or use them yourself next year.
We have the following early spring vegetable seeds available NOW: Black Seeded Simpson Lettuce; Chioggia Guardsmark Beets; Brandywine Tomatoes

 

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UPCOMING EVENTS

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Maker Mondays!

Monday, March 4 @ 3:30 PM

Free Yoga Night

Tuesday, March 5 @ 6:00 PM

Writers Group

Tuesday, March 5 @ 6:00 PM

Library Hours:

Open Now

MON-WEDS: 10-6
TH: 3-8
FRI/SAT: 10-3