The Brownfield Public Library
We are now offering porch pick-up of library materials.
Requests can be made in these ways:
Call: 935-3003 and leave a message.
Anyone can browse our catalog.
To make a request, you will need to sign in.
Username: your patron bar-code # that is on the back of your library card.
Pin#: the last 4 digits of your bar-code #.
Please call or email if you want us to look it up for you.
All Library materials can be returned via the Book Return
and will then be quarantined for 72 hours as per The Maine State Library.
Due to the small size of our library we cannot offer the use of public computers or copy/fax services at this time.
We hope to have things open and back to normal as soon as is safely possible.
Be safe and read books!
Sites of Interest
For the People and Visitors of Brownfield
"When in doubt. Go to a library" J.K.Rowling
The Brownfield Public Library was established by The Ladies of Center Village in 1897. It is currently located on Main Street in Brownfield, Maine, in a two room building. The original library was built by the Quakers after the fire of ’47.