Attribution info: Brittany Stevens (CC BY 2.0), May 12th, from 9am to 6pm in the Lithgow Program room at the Ballard Center: One-Day Book Sale Blast! Proceeds will benefit The Friends of Lithgow Library – sales are cash only. We are happily accepting donations of books for this sale, that are in excellent, re-sellable condition (no mold, stains, loose pages or split bindings). We cannot accept textbooks, encyclopedias or condensed books. Thanks for your support!

Thursday, April 28th, 6 – 7 pm: Make a difference for those with Alzheimer’s! The Maine Alzheimer’s Association is looking for Social Engagement Committee volunteers to coordinate social activities (1 – 2 per month) for persons with dementia and their care partners. This program is an information session for people interested in becoming volunteers in the capitol area (Augusta, Waterville and surrounding towns).

collegeTuesday, May 3rd, 6- 7 pm: How Do Colleges Really Choose Students? An Inside Look at the College Admission Process: High school students and their parents are invited to a presentation by Wendy Thompson of Westport Educational Consulting, to help families understand the role essays, interviews,extracurricular activities, sports, and other factors at play in the admissions decisions colleges make.

Upcoming Book Discussions:

***Book Discussion Group will go on hiatus over the summer, while we get moved into our building – stay tuned for fall 2016 book selections and meeting dates!