A hub for outreach, not only does the Mobile Library provide books, magazines, DVDs and audiobooks for patrons of all ages, it also offers free wifi, printing services and more.
The Mobile Library makes weekly scheduled stops throughout Lexington County — preschools, after-school programs, retirement communities, senior and assisted living facilities. Anyone is welcome to visit us at any of our stops. The Mobile Library also makes special appearances throughout the county — parades, community events of all sizes, festivals and more. When you see the Mobile Library, stop by and say hi, check out some books or DVDs, use the wifi and download that cool game you’ve been wanting to play, print off that recipe you’ve been dying to try or just take a tour of our library on wheels.
If you or someone you know is a resident of Lexington County and could benefit from any of the many services offered by the Mobile Library, call (803) 785-2674, complete the form below or email us.
The only difference is that the library comes to you. And the only thing you need to check out materials is a library card. For more information, call at (803) 785-2674 or send us an email.
Fill out the request form if you’d like to be considered the next time we have an opening in the schedule.
The mission of the Mobile Library is to provide residents of all ages access to life-long learning opportunities with an emphasis on those underserved due to physical, economic, social or geographic barriers. Our staff is dedicated to delivering a great experience and exceptional service for all patrons.
As Mobile Library Manager, Melaney Torcoletti is not only responsible for the Mobile Library (our bookmobile), she also manages Materials by Mail and Home Delivery Services programs. Torcoletti brings seven years of experience to this role, leading a team that makes weekly scheduled stops throughout Lexington County.
If you have limited mobility, impaired vision or other disability, we have a service that makes getting library materials effortless and totally free — it’s called Materials by Mail. So, you can get all the books, movies and more you want without ever having to leave the house.
And returning your Materials by Mail is a breeze — drop them in your mailbox, take them to a Post Office (no postage needed) or return them to any Lexington County Library branch or book drop. This service is available all year long, so you can always get reading materials delivered right to you.
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