The Blue Hill Library serves all the people of Blue Hill Peninsula: children, adults, people of all backgrounds and circumstances who seek information and the pleasure that comes from the life of the mind.
The library also serves as a dynamic cultural center, preserving the past while exploring the future. Newer multimedia technologies are integrated with the traditional collections of books, maps, periodicals, and newspapers. The library sponsors lectures and discussion groups; hosts community meetings; exhibits displays of local history and contemporary art.
The Blue Hill Library opens doors to the adventures of learning. The Library is committed to freedom of expression as indispensable to the search for truth and to an informed citizenry.
Selected Blue Hill Public Library images:
- Log Cabin, Blue Hill, 1907
- View of the causeway, Blue Hill Bay
- Bathing at the Big Rock in Blue Hill Bay.
- Hot Air Balloon launching at the Blue Hill Fair, ca. 1909
- Blue Hill Fair ox teams in Blue Hill village, ca. 1875
- Main Street, Blue Hill, 1954
- View of downtown Blue Hill, ca. 1900
- George Stevens Academy Glee Club, Blue Hill, 1906
- Village School, Blue Hill, before 1914
- George Stevens Academy, Blue Hill, 1913
- Rusticator, Blue Hill, 1907
- Cover of first issue of Farmstead Magazine, 1974