Food For Fines

  Did you know that you can pay your overdue fines with donations of food?  The third full week of each month, we accept non-perishable foods in place of cash payments.  All donations are passed along to the Plymouth Food Pantry, serving local families in need.  (The Food for Fines program does not include old […]

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Thinking of getting rid of cable? (New Time)

Are you frustrated with the size of your cable bill? Do you want to find out what your options are?  Join us in the Otto Fehlow Meeting Room on Saturday, March 25 from 11:30 to 1:00 for the Dr. Richard M. Shiff Forum presents:  Cutting the Cord presented by Ann Clarke, Technical Services Librarian. (Please note – […]


Write The Perfect Letter – Program Cancelled

(Unfortunately, this program has had to be cancelled – we will inform you if we are able to re-schedule it at some point in the future.). In an increasingly disconnected world, the art of letter writing is in danger of being lost.  Join us at the library on Wednesday, March 1 at 7:00 for the Dr. […]


Your Family History – How To Find Out More

Are you interested in finding out more about your family roots?  Whether you are just getting started or are already well advanced, circle your calendar to join us on Saturday, February 25 for an informational program by professional genealogist Chris Cook.  She will help you learn more about how to use the resources the Library offers to help you […]


Come Play Chess At the Library

On Tuesday evenings from 6 to 8 PM starting on February 7 , the Library will be welcoming chess players who would like to join the Plymouth Public Library Chess Club. A few key features are are very important:  The program is open to adults and students.  Students under the age of 12 need to be […]

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Is The Great Gatsby THE Great American Novel?

Library Director Jennifer Harris kicks off American authors discussion series Writing about The Great Gatsby in 1925, the New York Times reviewer remarked that “Fitzgerald discloses in these people a meanness of spirit, carelessness and absence of loyalties … It is a curious book, a mystical, glamourous story of today.” How relevant is it in […]


Don’t Miss Storybook Breakfast

Circle your calendar for Storybook Breakfast on Saturday, March 11 at Plymouth South High School from 9:00 to 11:30. Enjoy a yummy breakfast and lots of great story telling. Back by popular demand, Big Joe the storyteller will be returning to entertain us all with his wonderful tales. Featured guests are Olivia, Elephant & Piggy, Curious […]


Seed Swap at Manomet Branch Library

Farmers and gardeners, did you save seeds from your garden last year? Here’s a chance to share some of the high-quality seeds and discover new varieties at our first ever Seed Swap on Saturday, February 18, 2017 at 2:30 p.m. at the Manomet Branch Library. Share your garden stories and tips for growing great plants as […]