stage 5 reopening

Getting Back to Normal

The Library has moved from Stage 4: Grab and Go to Stage 5.
New changes include:

  • NO limit to visit duration
  • Individual study rooms OPEN
  • Computer use now 2-hour limit
  • Gradual return of leisure seating
  • Once again accepting book donations for the Friends.
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summer connection

PDL Summer Connection

It’s time for the PDL Summer Connection! All ages can participate in our online program this summer.

Adults – Earn ten badges in ten weeks, from June 1 to August 7, by logging activities and reading in Beanstack, to win a prize pack.

Teens – Stay connected for a summer of fun, including Take & Make craft kits, reading fandoms, challenges, pop-up events, & prize drawings. The first 75 teens to sign up on Beanstack get to pick a free book or comic to keep.

Youth Register or log in to Beanstack to track your summer reading! Start logging books on June 11. Log a new book each week to receive a badge toward a free book.

Beanstack registration instructions

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Garage Sale Sign

101 Tips for Maximizing Garage Sale Revenue

Wednesday, July 7; 7PM

This program will be live via Zoom. Please register to receive your Zoom access.

Garage Sale season is upon us, but the days of just putting a “Garage Sale” sign on your front lawn are long past in today’s Internet and Social Media world. In this session Mike will share tips and strategies designed to help you make more money at your next garage sale.

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Logo Henry Grimm presentation

A Michigan Man in WWI

Michigan History: A Michigan Man in WWI – Henry Grimm – Motor Transport Corp

Wednesday, July 14; 7PM.  This event is online only, please register to receive Zoom Access.

Henry Grimm was born in Detroit in 1895.  When he was still a boy his family moved to what is now Livonia and the family began farming.  On reaching adulthood, Henry spent winters working in Detroit and summers working on the farm. On September 7, 1917, he took and passed his draft ‘examination’.

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Urban Farming in Detroit

Tuesday, July 27; 7PM.  This event is online only. Please register to receive the Zoom login information.

The Michigan Urban Farming Initiative is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization that seeks to engage members of the community in sustainable agriculture. They believe that challenges unique to urban communities like Detroit (e.g., vacant land, food security) present a unique opportunity for community-supported agriculture. They hope to empower urban communities by using agriculture as a platform to promote education, sustainability, and community while simultaneously reducing socioeconomic disparity.

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Brainfuse logo


We are pleased to announce that we have added two very powerful Brainfuse products!

Brainfuse’s HelpNow provides one-on-one, online tutoring for learners of all ages. In addition to tutoring, HelpNow has test preparation, writing assistance, college application assistance, bilingual and English language learners services, and more.

Brainfuse’s JobNow provides one-on-one support to job seekers at every stage of the process, including job search, resume review, interview preparation, and more. Plymouth card holders only.

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