- ALL City of South Portland buildings – including the libraries – are closed to the public until further notice.
- Due dates on library items have been automatically extended.
- Book drops are open and items can be returned.
- Overdue fines are suspended until we reopen.
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Note: Chet Lunner had been scheduled to speak at South Portland Public Library as part of our Senior Programming initiative, sponsored by the Maine Humanities Council. … Read more.
The City of South Portland has launched a new South Portland Community Support & Resources website.
In addition, a City Resource Assistance Line: (207) 347-4177 has been established to receive guidance over the phone. The hotline is staffed Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:30pm.
Since we’re currently unable to lend you this book (written by South Portland’s own Julie Falatko), or invite you into the library for a story time, please enjoy this reading of this great book, performed by actor David Harbour…
On March 13th, the City of South Portland made the decision to close four high-traffic public facilities – the two library buildings and the two recreation centers – effective Saturday, March 14, until further notice.… Read more.
Out of abundance of caution, the City of South Portland is closing the South Portland Public Library and the South Portland Community Center, effective Saturday, March 14.… Read more.
Get ready for March Madness…library-style!
It’s a literary battle royale! 18 books go head to head and spine to spine in a no-holds-barred fight to the top!… Read more.
Reading History is a new feature that is now available on your online account! You will be able to set up the retention and viewing of your check out history in your Library Account, which you can access from our website or the online catalog.… Read more.
We’re excited to offer our patrons new attraction and museum passes, thanks to the support of our generous Friends of the South Portland Public Library! The new passes will provide our patrons with new destinations to visit.… Read more.
Have you heard the news? Your SPPL library card can now be used to borrow materials at four other area libraries:
- Baxter Memorial Library in Gorham
- Scarborough Public Library in Scarborough
- Thomas Memorial Library in Cape Elizabeth
- Walker Memorial Library in Westbrook
Each of these libraries is a member of the Minerva consortium and, while you have long enjoyed the ability to borrow items from their collections through our interlibrary loan service, you now have the ability to use your SPPL card directly at these area libraries, just as you would at our library! … Read more.