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  • Temporary Library Quarters
        The library experienced a flood, so temporary quarters were set up in a trailer. Librarian, Mary-Joan Hale continued to offer services and programs from the temporary library quarters.
      The library experienced a flood, so temporary quarters were set up in ...
  • Greater Madawaska Public Library
        Photograph of Bagot & Blythfield Public Library Board in 1980. From left to right are: Elaine Wurm - Council Rep., Marcia Shannon - E.O.L.S. Field Rep., Lois Mulvihill - Librarian, Madge Quilty - Board Member, Gladys Ramsbottom - Treasurer, Karen Cockwell - Chairperson, Sandy Franetzki - Secretary
      Photograph of Bagot & Blythfield Public Library Board in 1980. From left ...
  • Lois Mulvihill, Librarian 1997
        Photo of Lois Mulvihill, Librarian of Bagot, Blythfield & Brougham Public Library in 1997.
      Photo of Lois Mulvihill, Librarian of Bagot, Blythfield & Brougham Public Library ...
  • The Chase
        This story is part of the "Out on the Concession" series....
      This story is part of the "Out on the Concession" series....
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Greater Madawaska Public Library


Greater Madawaska Public Library was founded as the Bagot & Blythfied Public Library in 1978 by four ladies dedicated to literacy at the request of the then reeve, Bob Knight. Since then it has evolved as amalgamations occurred, to the Bagot, Blythfield and Brougham Public Library and finally in 2001 to the Greater Madawaska Public Library. It has moved locations over the years and is presently located downstairs in the Township Office building.