Observing Memorial Day

In observance of the Memorial Day Holiday, all library locations will be closed on Monday, May 29th. Originally known as Decoration Day, Memorial Day originated in the years following the Civil War, honoring the men and women who died in the conflict.  The Library is fortunate to have a volunteer whose work has done much […]

Join us in the Otto Fehlow Meeting Room on Tuesday, May 30 at 7:00 pm to meet author David Arenstam, who will talk about his debut novel, Homecoming: A Soldier’s Story of Loyalty, Courage, and Redemption. The novel is the story of two American aviators assigned to the Aerial Rocket Artillery in Vietnam and their […]

Food For Fines

  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 […]

Plant Sale!

Attention all gardeners:  The Evening Garden Club of Plymouth will hold a plant sale on the front lawn of the Main Library on Saturday, May 27th starting at 10:00 AM.  This fundraiser supports the Club’s many civic beautification projects in the community, including the wonderful work they donate for us on the grounds of the […]

95+ Languages Are At Your Fingertips

Planning a trip to Italy to celebrate your anniversary? Collaborating with your Chinese counterparts in your company’s Beijing branch? Just want to brush up that language you studied for four years in school but somehow can’t seem to remember at all? We’ve got you covered. Transparent Language Online System is now available FREE at the Plymouth […]

Raising Healthy Families – Community Talk

Join us for a free community health talk at 7:00 pm on May 23 in the Otto Fehlow Meeting Room. Dr. Victoria Roth and Dr. Conor Campbell of Koenig Chiropractic will be here to speak about the many challenges facing families in raising healthy children. They will talk about numerous common issues, including ADD/ADHD, ear […]

Public Forum: Immigration – Sanctuary Cities

The Town of Plymouth’s No Place For Hate Committee will present a public forum on the topic of immigration and sanctuary cities on Sunday, May 21st from 2:00 to 4:00 in the Otto Fehlow Meeting Room. Featured speaker is Boston City Councilor Josh Zakim (son of Leonard Zakim), who introduced the Sanctuary City Bill in […]

Do We Have Free Will?

Does morality depend upon free will?  We do not control the kind of universe we live in, nor who our parents are or how we were raised.  Conversely, we are confident that we are in control of some of our intentions, decisions, and actions. Is the world and everything in it, including everything about ourselves, […]