The Wall Street Journal Available With Your Library Card

The Plymouth Public Library is pleased to offer free and unlimited access to The Wall Street Journal digital content. To get started, follow these steps: Visit the Plymouth page of the Old Colony Library Network catalog, https://catalog.ocln.org/client/en_US/plymouth/ At the top of the page, click on “Log in” to sign into your library account by entering […]

Literacy Program at Plymouth Public Library

  The Library is home to a vital Literacy Program whose mission is to provide adults in the greater Plymouth area the opportunity to develop and improve the life skills and literacy skills needed to achieve personal growth, to further their education, to seek better employment, and to benefit their overall quality of life.  We […]

New England Chamber Players Concert now available to view

If you missed the premiere, we are happy to share with you The Dr. Richard M. Shiff Forum presents: Music From The Bubble, selections performed by the New England Chamber Players. This concert was recorded in our Otto Fehlow Meeting Room in November and is now available for viewing on YouTube. We were so happy to […]

Explore American cuisine!

The United States is a melting pot of cultures and food. Without a doubt, the United States has the most diverse food culture of any nation on earth. With your Plymouth Public library card, you can now explore AtoZ Food America, a digital library that covers regional, state, and ethnic cuisines for the entire country. […]

Did you miss Stephen Page live?

If you missed it live, we are happy to share with you The Dr. Richard M. Shiff Forum presents: Stephen Page, Jazz Pianist, an event which took place live at the Plymouth Public Library on Wednesday, November 4th. We are excited to have been able to broadcast a concert by one of our favorite performers. […]

PPL in the news

On Sunday, October 25, the Boston Globe ran a feature story by Globe correspondent Robert Knox explaining the steps involved in re-opening libraries in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. The article profiles Plymouth Public Library, with many quotes from Library Director Jennifer Harris. Knox writes that, per director Jennifer Harris, “a month into the […]