|The library will have revised hours due to COVID-19 per guidelines by the State. Beginning November 5, 2020 the library will be open for curbside service only on Thursdays from Noon to 5 p.m. and Fridays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. This decision was reached by the Board of Trustees during an October 15, 2020 meeting.
Here is how curbside pickup works:
Contact the library by phone at  876-3491 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org to request items to borrow. Please provide contact information, including a number at which you can be reached.
Orders will be available to pick up at the side door to the library, individually bagged and labeled with the borrower's initials. The door is located in the driveway alongside the firehouse. If you have questions about the availablity of library materials, please contact the librarian by phone at  876-3491.
Pickup hours will be Noon-5 p.m. on Thursdays and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. on Fridays. Unfortunately, patrons will not be permitted to enter the library.
* Returned items can be placed in the dropbox located near the main door to the library building. *
Please note that inter-library loans are not available at this time. Only items held in our own collection are available for borrowing.
PHONE:  876-3491
EMAIL THE LIBRARIAN: Leslie Steeg email@example.com
Sangerville's Historic Landmark... The Town's Municipal Building... built in 1901, and home of the Town's offices and the Sangerville Public Library.
|Credits: The Sangerville Board of Trustees and the Sangerville Public Library is grateful for the generous contributions of those who have made this site possible. Marie Howard - author of the "History of the Sangerville Public Library" and stories about the Town of Sangerville's Two Knights, Lorna Coburn - professional photographer who provided images of the Sangerville Public Library, Liz Breault of the Abbott Memorial Library for technical support and application, and especially Briana Blair for programming the pilot version of this website. This site is currently being maintained and revised by Gwen Sandau/U.S. Navy Veteran and graduate in Computer Information Systems.|