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2160 Main Street
Marstons Mills, MA 02648
The Marstons Mills Public Library is located just north of the junction of Route 28 and Route 149. From the Mid-Cape, take Exit 5 and travel south on Route 149 until you reach Marstons Mills village square. The Library is on the left, up the hill on Main Street