Community Archives Room

Hi Everyone,

I am GariLu (HeritageHunter) and I am one of the volunteers who opens the Community Archives Room at the Gardiner Public Library.   We have an abundance of information on history, genealogy, vital records, cemeteries, old newspapers & maps, vital records on microfilm and much much more.  All for not just Gardiner but also for surrounding towns.  We have some town histories for outside Kennebec County, too.  We are open Mon - Tues, 1pm to 4pm.  Give a call for more info at 582-3312 or 582-6890.  We take queries as well.  Find us on the Gardiner Public Library home page.


Thank you and come visit.


Last Updated (Friday, 19 September 2008 08:37)


2007 MGS Conference deadline is fast approaching!!

If you haven't already signed up for the September 22, 2007 conference, time is running out to get the your early bird discount.  For as little as $25 you could enjoy a whole day's worth of genealogy related discussion at the Bangor Civic Center.  And you won't want to miss this year's group of speakers...

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Widow Carver - A Maine Pioneer Woman of 1779

Join the Charlotte Hobbs Memorial  Library in Lovell on Thursday August 23rd, at 7:30 as they present "Widow Carver: A Maine Pioneer Woman of 1779"  The program is free and open to the public.  As described on :

"Widow Carver: A Maine Pioneer Woman of 1779" tells the story of the second settler family to arrive in the wilderness that is now Livermore. With seven children ages 4 to 20, Widow Carver braved the hardships of pioneer life.


For more information on the event and to learn about the presenter, visit the at:

Last Updated (Tuesday, 21 August 2007 04:59)

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