Mix It Up After School
Drop in to the Plymouth Library Teen Zone after school for a chance to mix it up with games and activities. We will do some online gaming, video games, and board and card tournaments. We also make everything from origami shapes to pizza and we'll make our own music and videos too.
Drop in between 3pm - 5pm on Mondays and Thursdays - May 4, 7, 18, 21, and 28 to make music and share tunes.
We will learn the basics of music production using Garage Band and synthesizers. Come mix and mash and join us for a silent dance party on May 28!
Write for our Teen Blog
Here at the library we're always looking out for the next big book for teens, and we love hearing what our friends have to say about the books they're reading. Moreover, we love sharing what they have to say. In fact, we have an entire blog for book, movie, and music reviews by teens. We would also love to know what games you like?
What have you read, watched, listened to, played recently? What did you think about it? We'd love to hear it! If you want to write for our teen blog, send your book review to our Teen Librarian Barb Dinan and we'll take it from there. We'll take care of all the links and images!
NHS Tutors on Wed & Thurs
NHS student tutors provide homework help and tutoring for students in grades 3 -12.
Tutoring will take place in the Teen Zone every Wednesday after school from 5:00pm-7:00pm and Thursday evenings from 6:00pm - 8:00pm.
This program is very popular, so it is advisable to call to schedule a time in advance at 734-453-0750, #4.
NHS tutors will also be at Canton Public Library on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 6pm-8pm for 15 minute, drop-in appointments. Tutors will be at the library when school is in session, not on breaks or snow days.
Thank you to the PCCS NHS for making this service available.
College-Bound Book Club: March
On Tuesday, May 19 at 3:30pm, we will discuss March: Book One by John Lewis
March is a memoir and a graphic novel by John Lewis, one the civil rights leaders depicted in the film, Selma. The first of a trilogy, it describes the “March on Washington” and the “March from Selma to Montgomery” from Lewis’ perspective. Nate Powell’s art captures the events, and brings to life one of our nation's most historic moments, a period both shameful and inspiring, and a movement whose echoes will be heard for generations.
Pick up your copy (yours to keep) at the library and come back to discuss the book and enjoy snacks on Tuesday, May 19. Sign up by calling 734-453-0750 #4 or online
Teen User eXperience - TUX
Come be a part of the Teen User Experience! Share your ideas on how to make the Teen Zone and programs be a "perfect fit" for you and other teen patrons. Meetings are scheduled on
Wednesday, June 10, 7:00 pm
Wednesday, July 15, 7:00 pm
Tuesday, August 11, 7:00 pm
RSVP by calling 734-453-0750 #4 or sign up online.
If you can not come to the meetings, but you would like to share some ideas, you can contact Barb Dinan, Teen Services Librarian at 734-453-0750 x 271. Or use our suggestion form to share your ideas.
Teen Volunteer Training Session
Teens interested in volunteering at the library can register for orientation and training session that best fits your schedule. Orientation sessions will be held on
Register in person, or by calling 734.453.0750, ext. 4, or click one of the dates above.
Please bring your completed Teen Volunteer Application. Get a blank application at the Reader's Advisory Desk in the Library or print it now.