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English Language Learners (ELL) Conversation Group Do you want to practice your spoken English? Come to our informal and friendly group meetings held every Monday morning 10-11:30 a.m. Groups are led by native English speakers from the library and the Community Literacy Council. No registration needed - this is a drop-in…
Mon Oct 2 @ 10:00 AM English Language Learners (ELL) Conversation Group - ZOOM
English Language Learners (ELL) Conversation Group Do you want to practice your spoken English? Come to our informal and friendly group meetings held every Monday morning 10-11:30 a.m. Groups are led by native English speakers from the library and the Community Literacy Council. Please register for this online program, including an email address. Instructions on how…
Tue Oct 3 @ 01:30 PM Writing Group
Whether you are working on your memoir, your novel, poetry or other writing, you are invited to join this meetup of fellow adult writers. No speaker or presentation is generally included in these meetings, just writers sharing their work and providing each other with support and feedback. This is a hybrid event (option to attend either in-person and online via Zoom.) For those…
Tue Oct 3 @ 06:00 PM Chess
Interested in learning to play chess or want to find someone to play with over a board? Plymouth Library Chess Club is back and looking for chess players 6th grade to adult who are interested in casual chess. Chess sets are provided but if you have a standard/tournament chess set you would like to bring you are certainly welcome to do so.
Wed Oct 4 @ 11:00 AM Computer Basics 1
Did you know the library has a collection of “hi-lo” (high interest, low readability) books? Characterized by a short length and approachable vocabulary, these books are housed within the YA fiction section and are great for struggling readers, readers learning English, or anyone who wants a quick read!
Disability Pride Month reading list
July is Disability Pride Month! Check out the titles on this all-ages reading list carefully curated by your librarians.
Juneteenth Reads for All Ages
Made a federal holiday in 2021, Juneteenth commemorates the day the last enslaved people were emancipated in the United States on June 19, 1865. The list below celebrates fiction and nonfiction by African American authors that continue to shape our culture, celebrate liberation, and acknowledge the ongoing work towards freedom and equality.