Access Morningstar For Free With Your Library Card

The stock market can be intimidating. Getting help with financial planning and investments can be costly. Who do you trust, how much do you invest, when is the right time, how much do you need to start? Even DIY investing can be costly because of the fees associated with research sites. But, you can get […]

Food For Fines Week – February 16 to 22

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 […]

Come Vote For Your Favorite Book At Our MCBA Book Group

Our monthly Book Club meetings for students in grades 4 to 6 focusing on the Massachusetts Children’s Book Awards (MCBA) titles will next meet on Thursday, February 27 at 4:00 PM. Sponsored by Salem State University, the Massachusetts Children’s Book Award Program is a statewide reading program for children in grades 4-6. Each year, a […]

Ponder Life’s Big Questions With Us – PPL Philosophy Club

The Plymouth Public Library’s Philosophy Club is based on the Ben Franklin Junta model of a group gathering to enjoy a conversation about different philosophical topics while sharing refreshments. We are open to new members! The conversations are philosophical, thought provoking and lively. This month’s meeting is scheduled for February 26th from 6:00 to 8:00 […]