Care Kits for the Unhomed

Help us better serve the unhomed population of Plymouth. It is estimated that there are over 1,000 unhomed individuals in Plymouth County. This fall, the Plymouth Public Library and the Plymouth Public Library Foundation are joining with community partners to help provide them with items that can improve their quality of life. Between now and […]

The Day When Plymouth Entertained A Sitting President

One hundred years ago this month, on August 1, 1921, the highlight of Plymouth’s celebration of the 300th anniversary of the landing of the Pilgrims was “Plymouth Day.” The 29th president of the United States, Warren G. Harding, arrived in town via the presidential yacht The Mayflower to speak and to ride in a top-down […]

Now in The Gallery: Natural Phenomenon

  We are delighted to announce a new show at The Gallery at Plymouth Public Library.   Natural Phenomenon, an exhibition featuring the work of Barbara Leger, will be on display between now and this October. Barbara Léger is noted for her intrinsic talent to capture emotion enveloped in nature. She has a long history […]

Calling Teens & Tweens!

The Teen Advisory Group (TAG) is for teens who want to earn some volunteer hours and share their voice with the library! TAG provides vital assistance with library events, including the books sales in summer and winter, the Story Book Breakfast, children’s programs and so much more. Teens and tweens might help out by wearing […]

Financial Ratings Series Online

Your Plymouth Public Library card now enables you to take advantage of the Weiss Financial Ratings Series, a collection of important financial literacy tools from Weiss Ratings and Grey House Publishing. Access: Independent, Unbiased Financial Strength Ratings of Banks, Credit Unions & Insurance Companies Conservative Buy-Hold-Sell Ratings of Thousands of Stocks, Mutual Funds & Exchange […]

Explore Plymouth with us

Have you ever wondered how many “Villages” there are in the Town of Plymouth? With her 134 square miles, Plymouth is the largest town geographically in Massachusetts. Julie Burrey, Reference Associate and History Room Archivist, will share her knowledge of the origins and locations of these villages, dating back to the 17th Century. We’ll look […]