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 Scholarship Fund

The 2012 Scholarship Winner - Joscelyn Bolainez.

The Oxford Library is celebrating its third year of granting a scholarship to a graduating senior of Easton High School who has been accepted at Chesapeake College. This scholarship of $500, per semester, > goes towards the recipient's course related books, and the award may be renewed for a second year upon reapplication.

The Financial Aid Office at Chesapeake College makes the selection of the scholarship recipient based on the applicant's academic achievements and financial need. Applications are available at the Easton High School guidance counselor's office.

If you would like to support this wonderful scholarship and make a difference in a young person's future please consider a donation. Simply make your check payable to "The Oxford Library Scholarship Fund". Then either drop off your donation at the Oxford Library (103 Market Street, Oxford) during regular library hours or send your donation to P.O. Box 584, Oxford, MD 21654. There is also a donation box located at the library. All donations are tax deductible.


Some of the new books available.

Fall Update!!
The Oxford Library is happy to report a most successful annual Book Sale, ably headed by Edie Beglin and a host of volunteers including a team of crackerjack cashiers. Thanks one and all! New books of interest to our readers include A Great Reckoning (Louise Penny), Bullseye (James Patterson), Sting (Sandra Brown), and Three Sisters, Three Queens (Philippa Gregory). Also on the shelves is an Oprah Winfrey Book Club pick by Colson Whitehead: The Underground Railroad; and a new book in recognition of 100 years since Agatha Christie began her literary career: Closed Casket, by Sophie Hannah. Plan on shopping for gifts at our Book Sale during Christmas on the Creek weekend, December 3.
Posted on 03 Oct 2016
New arrivals for summer...
"Chasing the Rose" by Andrea di Robilant ‐ comes highly recommended and should charm all lovers of roses. "The Little Friend"  by Donna Tartt  ‐ author of the recent Pulitzer Prize winning "The Goldfinch" "Regatta" ‐ a happily received donation by the very  popular and well known Oxford author Douglas Wallop. Some of our elder residents will remember him and his equally prolific author wife Lucille fondly. This book was published in 1981 and had not been in our collection. "Ed Cutts, Designer, Boat Builder" by Wayne Brown tells about the life and times of another well known and admired Oxfordian. "Frog Music"  by Emma Donaghue "Lost for Words" by Edward St.Aubyn "Field of Prey" by John Sanford "The Storied Life of A.J. Foley" by Gabrielle Zevin "The Target" by David Baldacci “The Good Spy: The Life and Death of Robert Ames" by Kai Bird
Posted on 15 Aug 2014
Library Summer Hours 2014
The Library will be closed at 1 pm on Saturdays during the summer months of June, July and August. No book donations will be accepted in June, July or August.
Posted on 23 May 2014
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
The Library patrons will find below a sampler of recent acquisitions:

And the Mountains Echoed by Khaled Hossieini

Inferno by Dan Brown

The Tooth Tatoo by Peter Lovesey

Help, Thanks, Wow by Anne Lamott

Ladies' Night by Mary Kay Andrews

The Ophelia Cut by John Lescroart

Keep It Pithy by Bill O'Reilly

Silken Prey by John Sanford

Bad Monkey by Carl Hiaasen

The Silver Star by Jeannette Walls

Posted on 13 Jun 2013
The latest books...

NOSE by James Conaway

THE STRIKER by Clive Cussler

THOMAS JEFFERSON  The Art of Power by Jon Meacham

SIX YEARS  by Harlan Coben

THE DINNER by Herman Koch

THE GOLDEN EGG by Donna Leon

WILD by Cheryl Strayed

AND watch for new arrivals by David Baldacci, Dan Brown, Jeffrey Archer and Khaled Hosseini.

Posted on 12 Apr 2013
Hurry in...
Insane City ~ Dave Barry
Until the end of Time ~ Danielle Steel
Collateral Damage ~ Stuart Woods
A Week in Winter ~ Maeve Binchy
Tenth of December ~ George Saunders
The Inventor and the Tycoon ~ Edward Ball
Schroder ~ Amity Gaige
Speaking from Among the Bones ~ Alan Bradley
My Beloved World ~ Sonia Sotomayer
Faceless Killers ~ Henning Mankell
Posted on 15 Mar 2013
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