“Build a Better World” is the theme this year at Plymouth Public Library’s Summer reading program, and so fitting that the library celebrates and honors three organizations on Saturday, July 29th at 2:00 PM that are helping provide literacy training, affordable housing, and sustainable, local food. In addition to delicious tea sandwiches, scones and teas, stories of success and achievement will be shared by representatives from the Literacy Program of Greater Plymouth, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Plymouth, and the Plymouth Farmers’ Market at Plimoth Plantation. In keeping with the two summer reading books, Victoria and Game of Thrones, there will be a Victorian theme to the party. While costumes are not required, the event will provide an opportunity to wear “garden party attire” and to enjoy an afternoon in the Dr. Richard M. Shiff garden, all while supporting the valuable work of the featured organizations.
This free program is sponsored by the Plymouth Public Library Corporation. Registration is required; click here to sign up. See Calendar of Events. Refreshments provided courtesy of Brookdale of Plymouth Beach and O’Donovan’s of Plymouth. The library is fully accessible: please let us know if you need special accommodations to attend. For more information, contact Tom Cummiskey, Outreach/Senior Services Librarian, at 508-830-4250, ext.219 or TTY 508-747-5882.