Spaulding Memorial Library

Route 114, Sebago, Maine, 04029

" The only thing you absolutely have to know, is the location of the library." - Albert Einstein

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Tel: (20)787-2321
Library Hours
Sun 2:00PM-4:00PM
Mon 8:00AM-7:00PM
Wed 8:30AM-7:00PM
Sat 9:00AM-1:00PM

A Push Back The Stacks Event
May 3 At 2PM
Maine Search and Rescue Dogs

Maine Search and Rescue Dogs (MESARD) is a volunteer K9 Search and Rescue group in Maine that supports search missions conducted by the Maine Warden Service, State Police, and other law enforcement agencies across Maine.

A MESARD team consists of a K9 handler and a search dog that have completed extensive training and passed certifications. All MESARD teams comply with the Maine Association for Search and Rescue standards.

Handler and flanker training includes First Aid/CPR, day and night land navigation, radio communications, GPS and map and compass, wilderness survival, crime scene preservation, the Incident Command System, and ground search techniques.

Search dog certifications are in one or more disciplines: tracking/trailing, wilderness area search, evidence, land and water cadaver search

On May 1st, 2014, libraries across Maine will partner with local lawyers to speak with library patrons about the challenges that arise when an individual is faced with a legal problem. Volunteer lawyers will provide information on how to access civil legal resources and will be available for a brief consultation for attendees.

The event is scheduled to last up to 2 hours. The goal of Lawyers in Libraries: Law Day 2014 is to provide Maine citizens with an understanding of how having meaningful access to legal advice and information is critical to their community's well-being. Attendees will have an opportunity to meet a lawyer in their community and receive information about free resources and low-cost legal assistance.

Information on consulting with a lawyer, unbundled services and the Lawyer Referral Service of the Maine State Bar Association will also be available - information that will be helpful for those who do not qualify for free legal help.

On May 14 th, From 9 to 10:30AM

The Portland Public Library bookmobile will be visiting our library! A financial expert will be on hand to answer your money questions. Here is your chance to ask about:

  • Protecting your bank account from scams and identity theft
  • Retirement and estate planning
  • Types of mortgages
  • Credit card basics
  • Savings for college
  • Establishing good credit and credit card scores

Bring a copy of your credit report and receive personal advice

Light refreshments, information handouts, and fun giveaways will be available