Library Hours: Tues. & Thurs. Noon to 7 pm: Wed. 10 am to 2 pm: Sat. 9:30 am to Noon.

Contact Us


Our Mission:

Proceeding from the conviction that the sharing of information and culture is essential to an individual's flourishing and a vital society, the Turner Public Library provides  a space for social gathering and the exchange of ideas in addition to curated collections and programs to address the community's needs and to advance its interests.




Free email newsletter!


New Hours: Open Wednesday 10 am to 2 pm.


Events Calendar

Fundraiser Supper:  Saturday October 22 at Leavett Area High School


Halloween Fun: Saturday October 29


Election Day Raffle

Tuesday Nomember 8 at Town Hall


Open House:
Saturday November 12



Fundraiser Supper for Amy Prince

Saturday, October 22 at Leavett Area High School


Please join us for supper and a concert to benefit Amy Prince, daughter of Jeanne & Don Prince. We will also have a raffle.

Kevin Libby: 5pm-7pm
Jessie and the Cruizers: 7pm-9pm

Sixteen years ago, Amy Prince fought a winning battle against cancer– a Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma that was located in her chest cavity. The battle was tough and the chemotherapy and radiation treatments were nearly lethal to her but she came out on top. Now, a decade and a half later, her heart has shown the long-term effects of the chemo treatment and has multiple points of failure. A heart transplant is her only hope for survival.

Amy grew up in Turner, ME and graduated from Leavitt Area High School. She went on to explore her world via Farmington Maine, Massachusetts, Vermont, California and finally back to Maine. She is engaged to a wonderful partner, Chris Pillsbury and together they have raised two wonderful children into teenagers. Together, Amy and her family are committed to seeing her through this transplant.

Amy is one of the kindest people you’d ever hope to meet with an appetite for laughter like no other. Today is no laughing matter. Transplants are lifesaving but financially draining. Even with insurance there are many expenses that must be covered out of pocket. Some of these are co-pays, deductibles, lab fee, transportation to and from the transplant center and relocation expenses at the time of transplant. In addition, Amy will be on a life-time of expensive anti-rejection medications. This is where your support is desperately needed.


New Hours!

Your Turner Public Library is now open on Wednesdays from 10 am to 2 pm, in addition to our regular hours!