Church Street Paving Oct 13 & Oct 17
As part of a City of Plymouth update on Church Street you will see some changes on Church Street next week. Sections of Church Street are being milled and paved. Next week the section near the parking lot entrance will be worked on. This section of Church between Main Street and Union Street will be inaccessible on Tuesday, October 13 AND Saturday, October 17. The road/parking lot entrance is expected to be available for car traffic between October 13 - 17.
The parking lot entrance on Union Street will remain open throughout this process.
The Library will be open for business as usual!
Understanding Bipolar Disorder
A Bright Nights Community Forum
University of Michigan Comprehensive Depression Center
Wednesday, October 14, at 7:00 p.m.
Bipolar Disorder can be a devastating illness, for both individuals and families. It is a chronic illness with unstable and unpredictable moods. Bipolar Disorder is treatable, however, and new research advances are underway. Join us to learn more about the causes and treatments for Bipolar Disorder. Following an overview presentation by Melvin McInnis, M.D., a panel of experts answers your questions.
Sign-up by phone at 734.453.0750, ext. 4, or online.
Medicare Part D Workshops @ the Library
Medicare Part D Registration Opens October 15!
Are you or a family member eligible for Medicare Part D? Whether you are new to the Part D programs, or a current participant who wants to see next year's plan options, join us at one of our free sessions. We currently have openings in our classes scheduled for Saturday, November 21st, Tuesday, November 24th and Tuesday, December 1. All sessions begin at 10:00am in the computer lab.
At the workshop you’ll be able to compare prescription drug coverage plans available for your individual needs. Participants will be provided with a print-out that compares their top three plans and instructions on how to enroll in the plan they choose. Be sure to bring your prescriptions with you, or a detailed list including dosages. Programs are held in the computer lab, but you do not need to know how to operate a computer. Library staff will be there to facilitate your individualized search!
Registration is required due to limited space – call the Library at 734-453-0750, ext. 4 or register online now.
No matter what season of the year, it's time to start discovering the museums and other activities around the state of Michigan. Just go online and print off free or discounted passes to over 230 arts and cultural organizations around the state participating in 2015, including Greenmead Historical Park in Livonia, Chippewa Nature Center in Midland , University of Michigan Museum of Natural History, Waterford Historic Village and many others. For more information on the MAP program, and Tickets & More, please visit our Michigan Activity Passes page. For a quick listing of the places included in MAP for 2015, see the new brochure!
Need to brush up on your computer skills or prepare for college entrance exams? Are you curious about digital photography, planting a vegetable garden or starting your genealogy? Is real estate investing or book publishing a dream you've wanted to pursue? Then take two hours a week and try some Gale Courses (formerlyLearn4Life) classes in these and many other subject areas! The Library now offers over 325 different courses. Take each class entirely over the Internet whenever you want -whether from work, home, school, or elsewhere...24/7, 365 days a year! Courses run for six weeks and new sessions begin monthly. Best of all, they are free to Plymouth residents!
All you need is a computer with Internet access and your valid Plymouth District Library card. Just select the Research tab at the top of this page and use the pull-down menu to see the Gale Courses option. Select that link and create a free account. Use this account to get your free passcode used when you register for a class.
When you use Plymouth District Library's wireless network you have agreed to accept our Internet Use Policy.
Wireless access is provided using a public, unsecured network.