News & Events
- Upcoming Educational Programs @ Fryeburg Public Library
- Spring 2018 Graduation
- It's never too late to graduate! Now is the time to work towards your Diploma or HiSET!
- College-Yes, it's possible!
The partnerships we've developed with other organizations in our region are essential to offering a broad range of Adult Education opportunities. Classes are often held at your local school or library. If your organization is missing from our list and you would like to explore ways to collaborate with us to better serve our community, please contact us at 207-627-4291 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please visit the links below to learn more about our community partners and the resources available to you.
MSAD 72 - Fryeburg Area 207-935-2600
124 Portland Street
Fryeburg, ME 04037
Brownfield Public Library 207-935-3003
216 Main Street
Brownfield, ME 04010
Charlotte Hobbs Memorial Library 207-925-3177
227 Main Street
Lovell, ME 04051
Denmark Public Library 207-452-2200
121 East Main Street
Denmark, ME 04022
Fryeburg Public Library 207-935-2731
515 Main Street
Fryeburg, ME 04037
Lewis Dana Hill Memorial Library 207-928-2301
2079 Main Street
North Lovell, ME 04051
Brownfield Recreation 207-890-4240
Community Concepts offers a variety of housing, economic development and social services to residents of Oxford County that support the basic needs of families and promote self-sufficiency. Visit our website or call 1-800-866-5588 for more information.
This Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children serves pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women, infants and children up to age 5. Call 1-877-512-8856 for an appointment in Fryeburg.
Mother Seton House supports pregnant women, new mothers, and infants in need in the Fryeburg area. Housing is available at no charge within a supportive community until the baby’s first birthday. Email email@example.com, visit our website, or call 207-935-1066 for more information.