Library


East-blue-hill-lib-drawingThe East Blue Hill Public Library is in the heart of the village. Small in size, and rich in history, our public library offers patrons and visitors a unique collection of titles, historic artifacts and a sweet stop in our hectic lives. Features include a collection of local historical documents, a video library, coffee, locally made snacks (if you arrive early enough), high speed internet access, and a children’s room. Every Saturday morning, starting at 10:30am throughout the year, the library also serves as a gathering place for village residents and visitors to share the week’s news and to catch up on each other’s lives. All are welcome.

EBH Library: Coffee Hour


Hours:
Tuesday and Thursday 3pm – 5pm

Saturday 10:30am -12:30pm

Free Wi-Fi

The East Blue Hill Library Association Officers:

President: Lee Lehto
Vice President: David Danielson
Secretary: Karen Wyatt
Treasurer: Judy Ball
VIA Liaison: Veronica Young
Trustee: Thurmond Smithgall
Librarian: Christy Ross

Library News

Flash in the Pans Street Dance Fundraiser

Our Flash in the Pans street dance fundraiser was a huge success! Thanks to all of our wonderful volunteers who helped make the day great, and of course thanks to Flash in the Pans and Darling’s Ice Cream for a Cause. The East Blue Hill Library Association raised more than $2,000!

Food Sale: Sept. 30, 10 am-12 pm
Featuring food inspired by books

This month we’re challenging our bakers and makers to bring a dish inspired by a book.

Need some ideas? Check out our selection of cookbooks based on books currently on display in the front room of the library. Or check out these recipes we found online:

Jane Austen Apple Puffs
Yankee Baked Beans with Molasses (inspired by Olive Kittredge)
Shepherd’s Pie from Harry Potter
Pork Pie from Game of Thrones
Babka from The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay
Marmalade Roll from The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

What books inspire you to cook or bake? Share them via email or on our Facebook page!

Upcoming Events

September 30 Food Sale
October 20-22 Word. Blue Hill Literary Arts Festival
October 28 Food Sale
November 18 Village Crafts Show and Pie Sale