Business and Community Partnership Program
The Business and Community Partnership Program was established in 2012 to engage local and regional businesses and groups in supporting the library, while further connecting our patrons to these community-minded companies.
Curtis is fortunate to be in a community that values books, technology and continued learning, and receives municipal support from the towns of Brunswick and Harpswell for our general operating expenses.
Yet it’s the individuals and businesses in the communities we serve who keep our collections and services updated, relevant and meeting the community’s needs.
By supporting Curtis, you’ll reach our 250,000+ annual visitors to the library, and connect with over 14,000 monthly visitors to our web site, as well as through other valuable communication channels in and around the library.
Access Our Free Business Resources and Services
Your business matters to us. All area businesses and employees can access Curtis Memorial Library’s extensive business and financial reference section, use our meeting rooms and function spaces (some with a small fee), attend free Tech Meetup sessions, and more.
Curtis is open 62 hours a week and rarely loses power.
With free WiFi, we can be your temporary office in a pinch! Read more about the many services available to your business and employees through Curtis.