Lithgow Library is virtually there for you!
Due to coronavirus concerns, Lithgow Library has temporarily suspended in-person services and programming; however, staff are still available to serve you in a variety of ways:
- Phone us at 626.2415
- Email a librarian (firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com)
- Live Chat quick reference weekdays from our website (lower right page corner)
- Explore our website to check out audiobooks & e-books, participate in a virtual program, or get recommendations for a growing number of youth, adult & small business online resources to keep you informed, educated, or entertained while you stay safe.
- Our free public wifi (Lithgow_Public) is available, password-free, 24-hours from our parking lot & library grounds.
Lithgow Library and other Maine libraries have purchased additional licenses to increase the availability of e-books & audiobooks offered by CloudLibrary. The site has video guides to get you started. In addition, the Digital Maine Library offers many databases, test preps, articles, and, now, also offers genealogy research from your personal device at home. Access Ancestry free from home through the Digital Maine Library website.
Many telecommunications (phone, Internet + content) providers are offering free/low-cost access and programs during the pandemic. We encourage you to reach out to specific providers to see if you qualify.
Our doors may be locked, but our chat window, email, website & phone lines are open for service!
Click HERE for a list of organizations in the Augusta area that are providing food & transportation during these difficult times. The list, compiled by the City of Augusta, has locations, hours, and contact phone numbers.
Click HERE for the latest City of Augusta coronavirus press release.
Click HERE for the latest updates from the Maine Center for Disease Control (CDC).
Click HERE to get accurate information from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) for individuals & communities to prevent the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus.)
Click HERE for the latest updates from the World Health Organization (WHO).