Maxfield Public LIbrary has copying, faxing, and scanning services available to the public. 

Black and white - .10 cents
Color - .25 cents

Outgoing fax services are available for $1.00 per fax. (we do not accept incoming faxes)

Document scanning is free!


Passes are available to our library borrowers for discounted or free admissions to museums and points of interest throughout the state:

Canterbury Shaker Village (Canterbury): free general admission for 2 adults & 2 children
Children's Museum of NH (Dover): 50% off 4 regular paid admissions
Currier Museum of Art (Manchester): 50% off 2 general adult and youth (13-17) admissions
McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center (Concord): free admission for up to 4 people
Mount Kearsarge Indian Museum (Warner): free admission for 4 people OR family of adults & their children
NH Historical Society (Concord): free admission up to 4 adults + other benefits (see staff member)
NH Telephone Museum (Warner): free admission for 2 guests
SEE Science Center (Manchester): free admission for 2 guests
Squam Lakes Natural Science Center (Holderness): 2 $5 trail admissions & up to 4 additional discounted admissions at $10 each
Strawbery Banke Museum (Portsmouth): free admission for 2 adults & up to 4 children
Wright Museum (Wolfeboro): free admission for 2 adults & 4 children under 18


Who Can Borrow from Maxfield Public Library

Borrowing materials from the Library is free for all Loudon residents and taxpayers. For an annual $15 fee, non residents may register to borrow. The library does not actually issue cards but enters patron information into the system so you have an acount number in the library database. Borrowers may also access their account from home computers and mobile devices with a PIN and username that is set up when they register. Using the library-issued number, patrons may also access the Overdrive database to borrow e-books and audio books online. Overdue fees are not charged on books, audio books, and magazines. There is a charge of .50 daily on overdue DVDs and interlibrary loans are charged overdue fees determined by the lending library. Items that are lost or damaged so that they can no longer circulate are billed at the full replacement cost.