Library Services 2013

The Lititz Public Library is more than just great books. Have you tried these services?

Book Clubs and Discussion Groups
The library sponsors a number of book clubs and discussion groups that meet regularly. Our calendar lists our regular programming.

Computers and Wireless Access
Computers are available for the public to use for the Internet or Microsoft Office programs. People may bring their wireless-enabled computers and tablets to the library and connect with the Internet through the library’s Wi-Fi network.

Downloadable eBooks and eAudiobooks
People with a library membership have access to downloadable eBooks and eAudiobooks through the library’s website. Or try TumbleBooks, an interactive library of animated books for preschoolers, beginner readers and older independent readers to enjoy online.

Foreign Language Instruction
Build conversational skills with Pronunciator, a suite of interactive online drills, scored quizzes, downloadable audio lessons and phrasebooks for 80 languages.

Genealogy and Local History
Information about the history of Lititz is available in the library’s genealogy room. Resources include pdf copies of the Lititz Record, Lititz Express and Lititz Record Express covering years from 1877 through 2001. The Genealogy Club meets at the library on the third Wednesday of alternating months.

Health Information Network
Discover reliable health information through access to full-text articles of nursing and allied health journals, pamphlets, newsletters, periodicals, newspapers, encyclopedias, and more in the Health and Wellness Resource Center.

Homework Help
Students from kindergarten through college can get live, one-on-one chat assistance with homework using BrainFuse’s HelpNow. The service is offered at no cost to library members.

Job and Career Help
Brainfuse’s JobNow connects users with online career coaches to assist them during all stages of their job search.

Museum Passes
Explore local museums with free museum passes available for one week using an adult library membership card.

Thanks to a contribution from the Astronomy Enthusiasts of Lancaster County, patrons age 18 and older may borrow a StarBlast 4.5 inch Astronomical Telescope for one week using their library membership card. For more information contact Community Relations Coordinator Diane Guscott at (717) 626-2255 ext. 227.

Find out what’s new at the library. Sign up for Wowbrary, a free weekly email listing new books, movies and audiobooks available at the library.

Originally published on October 25, 2013 in the Lititz Record Express.
(Updates have been made from the original, 1/23/2020)