" The only thing you absolutely have to know, is the location of the library." - Albert Einstein
Mr. Leon Spaulding, a longtime summer resident of Sebago, felt
the town needed a library,
so he undertook the project of having the library built at his own expense. Building began
on Spaulding Memorial Library in 1923 on land donated by Harry H. Fitch. Unfortunately Leon
did not live to see the job finished and in 1925 his wife, Dorothy, dedicated the library to
the townspeople. It was named Spaulding Memorial Library in memory of Leon.
The Library is built from fieldstone and has a lovely fieldstone fireplace in its one room.
It houses a collection of over 9,000 books, magazines, audios, CDs, videos and DVDs.
It is manned by two friendly, helpful co-directors and a number of volunteers.