Wednesday Evening Programs (temporarily suspended)

The library offers free talks by local authors and experts in a variety of fields on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. once or twice a month. Past programs have covered everything from beekeeping, growing hops, long-distance hiking, using solar power, and stories from a veterinarian, to identifying Maine birds and researching family history.

Book Discussion

On a Tuesday each month at 5 p.m. a group meets at the library to discuss a book they have all chosen to read. Recent favorites include "Code Name Helene" by Ariel Lawhon, "Homegoing" by Yaa Gyasi, "Landslide" by Maine author Susan Conley, "Anxious People" by Fredrik Backman, "The Night Watchman" by Louise Erdrich, and "Where the Crawdads Sing" by Delia Owens. Everyone is welcome to join in these discussions even if they have not read the current book choice. This is also a great time to talk about other good books to read.

Watercolor Journal Workshops (temporarily suspended)

On the second and fourth Wednesday of each month from 3 to 5 p.m. people gather at the library to work on watercolor journals in which they can both paint and write. Participants should bring their own watercolor paints and brushes, pencils and pens, and journals. There is no formal teaching or program and people at all levels of experience may participate.

Needlework Time

Anyone who enjoys knitting, crocheting, felting or any other kind of needlework is invited to come to the library on the first, second and fourth Tuesday of each month from 3 to 5 p.m. This is a time for people of all ages and experience levels to get together in the warm and cozy library to chat, learn, and share ideas and tips while working on their favorite projects. Participants on any of these Tuesdays may stay for part or all of the time and registration is not required.

Writing Group (temporarily suspended)

This group gathers on the first and third Monday of each month at 6 p.m. to share their writing and ideas and practice their craft. The group meets in three-month sessions and the next time for new members to join will be the beginning of May. For more information on this group for both fiction and nonfiction writers, please contact the library at 706-3896 or

Jackie Watts Open-air Museum

Visitors may stop by any time during the summer months to view the historical exhibits in the two outdoor sheds of this museum. Display items such as fishing boats, ice cutting tools, lime industry artifacts and large agricultural implements help depict the life of Lincolnville residents in the 19th and early 20th centuries. The museum is a project of the Lincolnville Historical Society.