Oxford Library

Originally Founded in 1939

The Oxford Library is an independent all volunteer run library whose mission is to promote reading for all ages.

Library hours are Monday thru Saturday 10 AM to 4 PM. (Closed on Holidays)

Phone Number 410-226-5727

There are three annual book sales each year during Town events:

This coming spring, the Library will be starting a "Young Readers" library program and library card. More information about this program will be coming soon.

Oxford Library Donations

Thanks to Doc's Sunset Grill in Oxford for donating 15% of January's Thursday night receipts to The Oxford Library. Their generosity is appreciated by all of Oxford's avid readers.



News and some of the new books available.

Spring/Summer 2019 Events
2019 Marks 80 Years of The Oxford Library! Successful events include: April 27 - Oxford Day Paperback Book Sale and unveiling of Oxford Museum window celebrating 80 Years, the Town Parade, and June 16 the anniversary celebration of Oxford Library and Museum.

Upcoming events: September 28th - Annual Book Mart from 10 am to 2 pm. Stop by to find your fall and winter readings.
Posted on 17 Mar 2019
2019/2018 New Book Additions
There are a variety of new books available:

In a House of Lies by Ian Rankin - part of the Scottish Inspector John Rebus detective series.

10 Little Girls by William Rose - Rebekka Franck and Jack Ryder investigate the kidnapping of 10 little girls in a small Florida town.

The Great Uprising: Race Riots in Urban America During the 1960s by Peter Levy

Becoming by Michelle Obama - The former First Lady talks about her childhood and growing up.

The Kingdom of the Blind by Louise Penny The latest in the Chief Inspector Gamache series.

Posted on 28 Feb 2019
Library Hours 2019
The Library is open 10 am to 4 pm Monday through Saturday, except for National Holidays. The book drop by the front door is available for returns when the library is closed.
Posted on 21 Feb 2019
Some Local Reading

The Library now has a donated signed copy of Hunter Harris's book "Shoreline Shapes and Monsters of the Chesapeake".

Posted on 13 Jun 2013
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