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MAY 25, 2015
The Edgartown Library is located at 58 North Water Street in downtown Edgartown, two blocks off Main Street and just up the hill from the Chappaquiddick ferry. We are a department of the Town of Edgartown.
Enhancing our quality of life by connecting people with resources, information, and each other.
Our vision is that the library will be the place where community happens -- the center of the Edgartown community.
We are a valuable community resource. We embrace the rich heritage and vibrant future of our community. We aspire to be the best possible library and community center for Edgartown. Community needs drive our services and we take a personal interest in ensuring that they are delivered in a welcoming, accessible, and responsible manner.
We are agile and innovative in how we deliver services; we support staff learning and want our library to be a great place to work; we are excited about the possibilities and opportunities that the future holds for us; we share common goals and always strive for excellence; staff are dedicated, welcoming, professional and always strive to meet or exceed users' expectations.
BUILDING OUR NEW LIBRARY
Click here to learn about the campaign to build the new Edgartown Public Library.
YOU CAN REQUEST
Just click the random image above to begin exploring our recent library acquisitions. Each one has a link where you can reserve the item.
SCENE AT CUTTYHUNK
Scene at Cuttyhunk. Oil on canvas, 10 by 16 inches. By Frederick Louis Thompson (1904-1956), American artist. From the Simpson Collection. -- Cuttyhunk, home to the town of Gosnold, is the last island in the Elizabeth Islands chain.