It's really remarkable when we reflect on all of the incredible community events that find their way to Maine's Capital City.

Especially since the renovations and expansion project that was completed at Augusta's Lithgow Library. There are so many different, and oftentimes free, events that happen here in Augusta at Lithgow Library.

If you're looking for something both wicked-cool and wicked-unique to do, we may have just the thing for you- especially if you're a lover of eclectic music.

According to an article that was published in the community section of the Kennebec Journal, there's going to be a concert happening at the Lithgow Library in Augusta, Maine this coming Thursday.

The concert, which will be happening in the Library's Community Meeting Room, will feature music from ScheckMate.

The Kennebec Journal reports that the concert will be a diverse collection of music that is sometimes passionate and 'inward-looking', and sometimes builds to 'powerful and exuberant' pieces.

ScheckMate performs their music with a cello and theorbo, a baroque bass lute, among other instruments, the Kennebec Journal reported.

The Kennebec Journal article went on to explain that while the concert on Thursday evening is indeed a free event, they do require reservations in advance so that they have an idea of how many people will be coming to the event.

The KJ said that if you are interested in attending the concert at Lithgow Library this Thursday evening at 6:30, you need to contact the library to get on the list by dialing 207.626.2415.

If you're not familiar with ScheckMate, or you need a little refresher, we've included this great video of them playing at the Portland Conservatory of Music.

Take a look at the video and, if you're interested in seeing them perform live this Thursday, make sure you contact Lithgow Library post-haste to get on the reservation list!


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