Well Public Library
Wells Public Library

About the Wells Public Library

The Wells Public Library welcomes everyone. Whether you are a year-round resident, a summer resident, or a visitor, we look forward to serving you. We offer a broad range of services including public computers and wireless internet access, children's and adult programs, book discussions, Art Galleries and monthly art exhibits, interlibrary loan service, and much more.

We hope you will enjoy visiting us at this "virtual library",  as well as at our library facility, and that you visit us often.

A little bit about us: 
The Wells Public Library is located at 1434 Post Road in Wells, Maine.  Post Road is also known as Route 1 for those not from our area.  We are located adjacent to the Wells Junior High School. 

About the building:
The Wells Public Library is a single story building and is handicapped accessible with electronic door openers on both the front and back entrances.  In addition, there is a ramp on the back of the building, and handicapped parking spaces on the side of the building.  We strive to make our building, safe, accessible and welcoming to all who visit us. 

Our Mission:
Wells Public Library provides information and services for the residents of the community in their pursuit of educational, cultural, personal and recreational needs. The library accomplishes this by collecting, organizing and disseminating information in a variety of formats while actively working with other agencies to serve the diverse needs of the community.

Our History:
The library was constructed in the 1970's, and opened its doors on December 4th, 1978.  On December 4, 2008 the library hosted a special 30th Anniversary Celebration. To read more about this celebration, about the history of the library, and about the unique portfolio that highlights the library's history please click here.