Fold3: User-Friendly Access to US Military Records

Fold3 Library Edition by Ancestry is a subscription resource that provides access to a wide variety of records, many of which are directly related to or created by the US Military. Dating from the Revolutionary War, it enables you to search: Casualty lists Draft records Enlistment/Muster record Pension/Survivors’ benefits records Photographs Stories Plus some non-military […]

Now in the Gallery – Tuesday Painters

The show in The Gallery from May 15 through July 15, 2019 is entitled “Tuesday Painters” and highlights work by a group of South Shore visual watercolor artists: Virginia Avery, Leah Bares, Sarah Bates Washburn, Anne Bosworth Pennington, Wendy Hale, Marsha Hanby, Cheri Herbert, Isabella Hoell, Alice Temple Hyslop, Ruth Rego, P. Anthony Visco, Mary […]

Need Help in Planning, Starting, or Optimizing Your Business or Non-Profit?

Do you run (or are thinking of starting) a small business or non-profit and could use some guidance?  Plymouth Public Library card holders now have access to Gale Business: Plan Builder,  a step-by-step online planning tool for starting, managing and optimizing a business or nonprofit. The program’s intuitive dashboard walks users through five areas of […]

AtoZ World Food – Explore Cooking From All Over the World!

AtoZ World Food has been added to our online reference offerings. This new library resource contains more than 7,000 traditional recipes from 174 countries, along with thousands of ingredient, food culture, and reference articles, making it the largest food database of its kind. Access AtoZ World Food using the library’s computers or remotely with your […]