Food For Fines Week

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 fines […]

From Picture Books to Novels: The Best in Young Adult & Children’s Books, 2019

Come learn what titles will be contenders for the Caldecott and Newbery Awards (announced annually in January)! Robert Zupperoli, Children’s Literature Specialist, will be presenting the Best Books of 2019 for children, middle grade, and young adults on Saturday, November 30 at 2:00 pm in the Fehlow Meeting Room at the Main Library. Zupperoli’s literary […]

Food For Thought – The Origins of Massachusetts Foods and Why It Matters

We are excited to be able to share a traveling exhibit, Food For Thought – The Origins of Massachusetts Foods and Why It Matters, which will be on display in the Reference Area of the Library from November 14th through December 31st. Historians call the Colonial era movement of plants, animals, people, and diseases the “Columbian […]

Come Meet Local Authors!

Join us on Monday, November 25th at 7 PM in the Fehlow Meeting Room as the Library proudly promotes our Plymouth area authors in our special Local Author Read-a-Thon. The evening will start at 6:30 with time for an informal meet & greet. Light refreshments will be served. Each author will be reading a short […]