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Maker Club!

Maker ClubThis month’s maker project is Exploring Fall Colors!

Have you ever wondered why leaves change color?
In this week’s Tuesday club, learn the science of how leaves change color in the fall with a simple experiment. Create a beautiful nature-inspired picture by exploring texture and shape with colorful crayon rubbings of different kinds of leaves.

Supplies for this project will be available at the HELP desk on the main level (while supplies last) or click here for a printable version of the activity.

Send a picture of what you create to srp@plymouthlibrary.org.

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Pizza and Pages!

P&PA Zoom book club for grades 4th-7th
We have a great new way to participate in our Pizza and Pages book club while staying safe! Register online from our events calendar, in person or call us at 734-453-0750 option 5. We will call or email you to set up a way for you pick up a bag with your book, pizza coupon and activity supplies. You will receive an email reminder with the Zoom meeting information a few days before the program.

Thanks to Jet’s Pizza for donating a free small one topping pizza to participants!jets

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Dear Diary Day

Dear Diary Day: Reading Lists for All Ages

September 22nd is Dear Diary Day! Write a special entry in your diary, or consider starting one. Use #DearDiaryDay to post on social media. Click through for a reading list for adults for Dear Diary Day that includes memoirs, fiction in the form of a diary, and non-fiction about journaling and memoir-writing.

Check Hoopla’s collection: Best of Hoopla: Memoir and Biography

Jump to lists for Adults, Teens, and Youth

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Code WedUsing Blockly Games, play with block coding, test your skills with interactive challenges, or just have some fun creating your own online games.

Discover a new challenge or activity posted every Wednesday on the Library’s youth page. Open to kids ages 6-12.

Click here for this week’s challenge!

Check out our past challenges here.

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Need to Print?

Need to get something printed? PDL has a print station for you to print your document.

Bring in your USB drive, sign-in to one of our computers, and print away. Or sign-in to your cloud drive such as Google Drive, Drop Box, One Drive or any of the other cloud services. Download your document to our machines and print.

Use our PrinterOn App. With PrinterOn you can send your print job from home to our printers. There are several options with PrinterOn: print via email, print from PrinterOn’s cloud service, or use the app to send your document to our computer.

Prints are 10 cents a page for black and white and 50 cents for color. Copies are only available in 8.5 x 11 and are single sided. Find out more about your printer options here.

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