A Night At The Opera – The Barber of Seville

Join us as avid opera fan Jim Carroll shares his expertise with all those interested in learning more about this art form! On Monday, March 26th at 6:00 pm, we will be featuring The Barber of Seveille by Gioachino Rossini at Dr. Richard M. Shiff Forum presents: A Night At The Opera. Come and enjoy […]

Retirement Planning – Spring Series

Join us on March 27th at 6:00 PM for a program that will walk you through, step-by-step, all the financial ramifications of retiring early, at 65, 67 or beyond. Taking the Mystery out of Retirement Planning is a U.S. Department of Labor publication. Designed for those about 10 years from retirement, this comprehensive publication has […]

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 […]

Learn How To Find Your Ancestors – Genealogy For Teens & Tweens

On Saturday, March 24 at 2:30, teens and tweens are invited to join us for a genealogy program led by Michael Brophy, a professional genealogical researcher whose many accomplishments include conducting research for the television program Who Do You Think You Are? and also for Ancestry.com. We are thrilled to have him at the library […]

Northeast Storytelling FREE Prelude Programs at Main Library and Branch

Northeast Storytelling (NEST) is an organization dedicated to promoting storytelling in all of its forms. Their members include story presenters, story listeners, and story lovers. On Wednesday, March 21st at 6:00 PM, the Library is excited to host a prelude to the 2018 Northeast Storytelling Conference being held in Plymouth from March 23 to 25. […]

April At The Movies – Florence Foster Jenkins

Click to Download FlyerThe choice for our upcoming movie night on April 10th  is based on Darryl W. Bullock’s biography, Florence Foster Jenkins: The Life of the World’s Worst Opera Singer. 110 minutes – Rated PG-13 Description: Florence Foster Jenkins was the most famous, though untalented, soprano in twentieth century America. Her extraordinary story is now […]

Presenting Ted Reinstein, Talk and Book Signing – RESCHEDULED

Due to the blizzard forecast for March 13th, we will be asking you to join us in the Otto Fehlow Meeting Room on Tuesday, May 29th at 7:00 PM to hear author Ted Reinstein, who will be talking about his latest book, New England’s General Stores: Exploring an American Classic. Ted Reinstein has been a […]

Story Book Breakfast 2018 – Thank You For A Fabulous Turnout!

Thank you to everyone who helped make Storybook Breakfast this year such a huge success! Photos of the event are now available to view in the library’s Flickr account.You can download any photos. Select the image you would like and then click the white arrow in the bottom right of the screen. You will then […]