Hours Survey

Looking for your Input

Since reopening our building with limited hours at the end of July, we’ve had a chance to look at how and when you are coming into the building and utilizing library services and materials.

Moving forward, we’d like to expand our hours to best suit your needs. By filling out this survey, we can know your needs better and schedule accordingly. The survey will take 12 seconds or less to complete. Thank you for your participation.

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Medicare Part D and Medicare 101

Open enrollment season is October 15 through December 7. Registration for our annual Part D virtual one-on-one appointments is required. We can accommodate a range of online appointment options (Skype, Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Hangouts, FaceTime, phone, email, etc.). Call the Library at 734-453-0750, ext 4, or register online for any open session between 10/15 and 12/7.

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DIA Crying Girl

DIA Behind the Seen

Thursday, November 5 at 7:00pm
Register online or call 734-453-0750 ext 4 for Zoom login information

From Camelot to Kent State: Pop Art, 1960-1975
Explore the imagery and social commentary of pop culture in From Camelot to Kent State: Pop Art, 1960-1975. Artists in the 1960’s celebrated American modern culture while also creating artworks which conveyed social and political commentary of the times. Explore pieces which both critique and celebrate mass media and popular culture.

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Hispanic Heritage Month Reading List

Hispanic Heritage Month

Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month by reading books by and about Hispanic culture, and the experiences of people tracing their roots to Spanish-speaking countries. Enjoy the richness of Hispanic heritage with these fiction and nonfiction books for all ages. Click on “Read More” below for reading lists for adults, teens, and children.

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Print From Anywhere!


Mobile printing at the library is available with the PrinterOn service! This app allows you to print from your phone, tablet, or computer. Don’t want to use an app? You can email directly to the printer by sending an email with your document attached. Finally, you can also use the printer cloud by uploading your document, and then retrieve the document from the printer. Regardless of the method used, you have 24 hours to come to the library and call up your print job. Jobs are automatically deleted after 24 hours. The cost is 10 cents per page for black and white and 50 cents per page for color.

Watch a video of how to use this service

Use PrinterOn App PrinterOn Upload Email an Attachment
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Tipping Point Theatre

Virtual Table Reading with Tipping Point Theatre

Thursday, November 10 from 7:00 – 8:30 pm
RSVP and Zoom login at the Northville District Library

*Note: Plymouth card holders can leave the “Registrant Library Card Number” field blank.

Join Producing Artistic Director, James Kuhl, and some of your favorite Tipping Point Actors as they table-read a script (or two) and discuss their thoughts afterward. There will be a short question and answer session at the end of this program. Please note: Some of the scripts’ language might not be appropriate for young people.

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Salute to Freedom

Salute to Freedom

Wednesday, November 11 at 7:00pm
Register at the Northville District Library for Zoom login information
Tip: Plymouth library cardholders can leave the “Registrant library card number” field blank.

Allen Bialek wants to make sure that the families in Michigan know what a veteran is, and how these men and women have served and sacrificed for their Country’s freedom. Bialek, 74, who served in the U.S. Navy from January 1966 to October 1969, will present his Emmy-winning program, A Veterans Salute “Do you remember me?”

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