• Human Trafficking program December 2
  • Powering through the pandemic
  • end of year tax planning program Dec 7
  • sl graphic novel club
  • DIA Seeking the Sacred graphic
  • free wifi in parking lot
  • Curbside Pickup
pickups now curbside only

Curbside Only Starting November 23, 2020

The Plymouth District Library Board of Trustees has decided to close the building to protect library patrons and staff, and to contribute toward flattening the curve of the coronavirus. Though the building is temporarily closed, many contactless services will be available, including curbside pickup of library materials.

Need a refresher on our contactless curbside service? Watch our video! It’s easy, and helps everyone minimize contact.

To monitor the building and service status please click here or the PDL status button on the right.

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Escape the Silent Night

Seasons Creepings, Plymouth Library teens! After being visited by a terrifying skeletal holiday creature late one night, you find yourself on a quest to rescue the holiday spirits. Make your way past various holiday beasties by answering holiday movie trivia questions.

Our yuletide digital escape room will be up the whole month of December. All participants will be entered to win a personalized book prize pack! Enter if you dare!

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Skills for Employment

Skills for Employment Post-COVID-19

The digital divide and COVID-19 have created a barrier to job seekers gaining skills to advance their careers. The Public Library Association and Microsoft Corp. have teamed up to make online learning for job skills more attainable. Click on “read more” for a list of resources available to everyone!

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Introduction to DNA for Genealogy

Introduction to DNA for GenealogyNorthville District Library Presents: Introduction to DNA for Genealogy
Thursday, December 3 at 7:00pm on Zoom
Register at the Northville District Library
*Tip: Plymouth cardholders can leave the “Registrant Library Card Number” field blank at registration.

This presentation introduces the basic principles of genetic inheritance, the types of tests currently being marketed by the big DNA companies, and examines the pros, cons, and ethics of DNA testing. Presentation by local genealogist Katherine Willson.

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Lego club

LEGO Club! (ages 5 to 12 and family)

This week’s LEGO Club challenge is to Build the tallest tower! Try using your LEGO skills to build the tallest structure you can. without it falling down. Use your imagination and engineering skills to create something special!

If you don’t have LEGOS, use any materials you can find to build a tall structure. The taller the better! Here are some links to help you out.

Tallest Lego Tower – Guinness World Records     LEGO Tower Challenge

Wooden Block Tower     Candy Towers     Found Material Towers

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