Help Plymouth POP into spring by participating in our first ever YARN POP! Presented by the Plymouth Bay Cultural District & Plymouth Harbor Knits. A yarn pop is a public art installation created by knitters, crocheters, and felters that will be displayed in featured locations around town. Our goal is to share art created […]
As of Monday, March 22, the hours for visiting the Main Library for browsing and for picking up holds are being expanded to Tuesday and Thursday mornings and Friday and Saturday afternoons. Curbside holds pick-up hours, Monday through Thursdays in the mornings and afternoons, are unchanged. Effective March 22, curbside service will be available […]
Who’s up for a virtual storytime? Songs and stories for children ages 0-6. Join us Wednesday mornings at 11:00 AM on Facebook. We’re looking forward to seeing everybody. And many thanks to everyone who came to our recent Virtual Stuffed Animal Sleepover! If you missed the fun, no worries – enjoy our video with all […]
Days are getting longer and planting season is coming! Are you busy planning for this summer’s garden? Thank you for your interest in our Seed Catalog – our packets of free seeds have now all been claimed. You can follow this link if you want to have an idea of what our Seed Library had […]
So many changes for everyone this past year – including at the Library. We invite you to view the inaugural edition of Cover to Cover, a newsletter from the Plymouth Public Library Foundation with a recap of this past year and a look into our future.
Discover diverse books for all ages Read 10 books from a diverse collection of voices and share your experience with others! From March 15th to May 14th, the Plymouth Public Library will be celebrating an exploration of this rich literature as part of the Read Woke program – follow this link to register. What is Read Woke? […]