About the Seabrook Library

The mission of the Seabrook Library is to ensure that the people of Seabrook have the right and means to free and open access to the information and ideas fundamental to a democracy. The Library will protect intellectual freedom, promote literacy and the enjoyment of reading, encourage lifelong learning, provide entertainment, and offer library materials, information services and a place for community activities. The Library will maintain a diverse collection of books and other materials for the community's use. An efficient and friendly staff will provide a variety of services in a clean, inviting facility.

Library staff


Ann Robinson, Director
Anne M. Ferreira, Assistant
Debra L. Hiett, Assistant
Joyce A. Fry, Assistant
Peter Moura, Maintenance Supervisor
Sharon L. Rafferty, Technical Services
Susan M. Schatvet, Young Adult & Reference Services
Gretyl Macalaster,Youth Services Librarian
Paula Steren, Children's Assistant
K. Suzanne Weinreich, Circulation Supervisor & ILL


Directions



The library is located at 25 Liberty Lane, off of Centennial Street. It is next door to the Police Station.
Directions

What we have

47,000 items in a variety of formats:

Who may borrow

All town residents, taxpayers of Seabrook, town employees, and teachers in the town school system. Others may purchase a non-resident card for $25 per year. We have no overdue fines. We hope that all materials, which have been purchased with taxpayers' money, will be returned on time.

About OVERDUES


We do not charge a daily overdue fee! We trust that people will return their materials on time or renew them. For materials kept longer than their due date, 1st we make a reminder phone call, 2nd we send a reminder letter, 3rd we send a second reminder letter, and 4th is a bill for lost materials. If materials are still not returned, a certified letter will be sent.

Services:

Library Trustees

Eric N. Small
Laura Litcofsky
Ellen Chase

Engraved Memorial Granite Blocks

The Seabrook Library offers to the public the rare chance to become immortalized, or to immortalize another, or to simply make a very public (and very permanent) personal statement. For seventy-five dollars you may purchase an engraved granite block complete with the wording of your choice which, when completed, will reside in space dedicated to this purpose on the Library's grounds. To purchase a block, or blocks, you can download the form here or contact the Library for an order form. All proceeds benefit the Seabrook Library.

Library Hours:


Monday:      10am-8pm
Tuesday:     10am-6pm
Wednesday:10am-8pm
Thursday:    10am-8pm
Friday:         10am-6pm
Saturday:      9am-1pm

No Saturday hours
during July and August.
The library is closed on
all major holidays.

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