“A Night at the Opera” – a three-part series kicks off on Monday, March 10 at 6 pm. Avid opera-fan Jim Carroll will be your guide to the screening of three DVD performances: Tosca (March 10), La Boheme (March 24), and Turandot (March 31). Light refreshments will be served. More information is available here.
On Thursday, March 13 at 2:00 pm, the 9th annual Seniors’ Springtime Social will be an afternoon of music and singing, prizes, food and fun, with karaoke by Jim Libby of the Jim Libby Band. Light refreshments will be provided courtesy of Emeritus at Plymouth Beach. For more information, click here.
Registration is required and is available here.
On Thursday, March 27 at 6:45 pm, join us for a free Morningstar Investment Research interactive webinar. Christine Benz, Morningstar’s Director of Personal Finance, will discuss the key ingredients of a successful retirement plan and how to build a portfolio that will withstand the turmoil of today’s markets. More information here.
Registration is required; to register on-line, click here. Seats are limited.
At the Manomet Branch, join us for a celebration of Women’s History Month on Saturday March 22 at 2:30 pm. We will be hosting a discussion of Extraordinary Women of Music.
For information on the titles which the History Book Group and the Vintage Reads Book Group will be discussing this month, please visit the branch page here.
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The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education recently announced that it has selected Educational Testing Service (ETS) to administer the HiSET, the new High School Equivalency Test in Massachusetts. This test replaces the former General Education Development (GED) Test.
Over the years, our Adult Education Program at the Plymouth Public Library has helped hundreds of people in the greater Plymouth area obtain a GED. We will now prepare students to successfully pass the HiSET. Our experienced staff are already working with adults who want to be college and career ready.
- All our classes are free. We are funded by a grant from the MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
- We have three levels of classes to accommodate all the needs of our students.
- We have day and evening classes.
We also have a staffed technology Learning Center and an experienced Educational Advisor to help students achieve their college and career goals.
To find out more about our program, click on Adult Literacy/HiSET
If you know someone who needs to get a high school equivalency diploma, please have him/her contact us.
We are currently enrolling students in our classes.
Call 508-830-4260 or email us at email@example.com