Check out a Chromebook!

Plymouth Public Library now has Chromebook laptops for checkout.  They will be available at both the Main Library and at the Manomet Branch.  You can take one home for two weeks or just borrow one to use at the Library when visiting.  They are being kept at the Circulation Desk. What is a Chromebook? You […]

Scenes from the Foundation Golf Tournament

The carts were lined up and ready to go at Indian Pond Country Club at the Plymouth Public Library Foundation Golf Tournament on August 24th.  Click below to see a slideshow of the fun! Thank you to all the participants and sponsors who came out and made the event such a success. Your support helps […]

Farewell, summer!

Thank you to everyone who participated in Tails and Tales, our 2021 Summer Library Program.  We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did! A reminder:  if you were signed up and are participating through Beanstack, don’t forget to log your final numbers – the program ends on August 20th.  And then come claim […]

Story Times!

Literacy development begins at birth! Help your children birth through 6 years build language and literacy skills through interactive stories, songs, and music. Families and friends move, dance, and sing to a variety of music at our fun family programs. Storytime will include stories, songs, and movement geared toward children ages 0-6. Tots and Tales […]

Manomet Branch Book Groups Welcome All

Are you a history buff?  Or do enjoy reading and talking about books that have stood the test of time to become new “classics”?  We’d love to see you at the Branch, where we are excited to once again be hosting our History Book Group and Vintage Reads Book Group on Thursdays.  For more information […]

POSTPONED: Author Talk with J.L. Rose

Duxbury author J.L. Rose’s book talk on her historical novel, Before the Mayflower,  which was originally scheduled to take place on August 10, 2021, will be re-scheduled for a later date. J.L. Rose is a former pilgrim reenactor for the Plimoth/Patuxet Museum and will share with us the extensive research that went into the writing […]