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Contactless Curbside Pickup in 4 Easy Steps

Step 1: Place a hold in the library catalog. You can place up to 20 holds on your account.

Step 2: Wait for a confirmation email! It will take our staff some time to go pull the items off the shelves. There are over 700 holds waiting in the system, which will take time to process! Once they are ready, you will receive an email notification. They may not be available all at once, but you can pick them up in batches as you receive hold notification emails.

Step 3: In the notification email is a link to set a pick-up time. Choose a tent, a day, and a time. You will receive a confirmation email that verifies your pick up time.

Step 4: Show up at your appointed time and take your items off the table under the tent assigned to you! Sorry, we cannot take returns or donations yet.

Watch a video of the process
Instruction sheet that outlines the process

Any questions? Please email info@plymouthlibrary.org or call 734-453-0750 ext 220.

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Bees in the D

In this presentation you will learn which plants are best to grow in your gardens to help attract, and ultimately benefit, pollinators.

Participants will also be introduced to a wide array of bee species and pollinators, as well as their benefits and importance to not only our ecosystem, but also to our food industry.

Presenter Brian Peterson-Roest is the co-founder and president of Bees in the D, a non-profit organization devoted to the education and conservation of Honey Bees and other pollinators in Detroit and Southeast Michigan.

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Update Email

Help Us Help You by Email

The easiest way for us to contact you is by email. Please consider logging into your library record to add or update your e-mail address.

Reminder: your library card number is the 14 digits on the back of your library card. Please enter them with no spaces, along with your PIN, which is the last four digits of your phone number. Once logged in, scroll down to the “Address 1” section and verify your information. Click on “Edit” to add or change your email address.

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Berlin: History and Highlights of a Great City

Berlin has been called edgy, poor (financially), rich (culturally), liberal, exciting, historical, international, and never-ending. Mariya Fogarasi spent ten years in this fascinating capital and will focus on favorite highlights of a city which will mark the 75th anniversary of its World War II capitulation on May 8, 2020.

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Learn to Ferment

Learn to Ferment via Zoom

Thursday, July 9 from 7-8:15pm
Please register at the Northville District Library for the Zoom login information.
Tip: Leave the Registrant Library Card Number field blank if your Plymouth library card is not in the Northville system.

Fermenting at home is easier than you think. Join Renee from Organic Stepping Stones as we explore fermentation. We will cover fermenting vegetables using salting (i.e. kraut), brining (i.e. pickles) and even a way to drink your probiotics (beet kvass).

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Piano Concert Series

Virtual Concert Series with Pianist Jason Gong

Northville District Library presents a virtual concert every Tuesday in July at 7:00pm

Register for event updates at the Northville District Library.
Tip: Leave the Registrant Library Card Number field blank if your Plymouth library card is not in the Northville computer system.

Sign on, sit back and relax to the soothing sounds of local pianist, Jason Gong. Ranging from classical to pop and show tunes, Jason will change up the program each week!

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