Welcome to Ogunquit Memorial Library’s COVID-19 Archive. Here members of Ogunquit village can share their experiences of the pandemic and tell our town’s COVID-19 story.

By contributing to the online collection you are helping people discover what life in Ogunquit was like during this historic time.

You can contribute text, images, videos, and sound recordings. To learn more, visit our About page.

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You can contribute an item by clicking here. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to get in touch.

This archive is part of the COVID-19 Community Archives Project, a statewide initiative to document life in Maine during the pandemic. This site is funded by the Maine State Library’s Cares Act-LSTA funds received from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).

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Photo of the giant witch decoration outside Meadowmere Resort, this year boasting an appropriate face mask.

Sewing Masks for Maine Statement


In March of 2020, I joined a grassroots group of stitchers who created & delivered more than 22,600 cloth masks to healthcare workers by 2,200…

Sewing Masks for Maine Sewing Machine


Photo of the Singer sewing machine used by Marcia Beal Brazer to make face masks for the Sewing Masks for Maine campaign.
"In March of 2020, I joined…