PDL now has mobile printing! This means you can send your printing projects to PDL from anywhere and from any device. Print a document or picture from your phone, computer, or tablet and come to the library within 24 hours to print out your document from our machines. Learn more about mobile printing here or ask any staff member for assistance.Read More
Come and learn about volunteer opportunities for high school students who are interested in collaborating and creating as part of a team. Teen volunteers will work with library staff, community members, and peers for the entire semester to develop and implement new library services and programs for youth and young adults.Read More
Every year, the Library of Michigan selects up to twenty of the most notable books, either written by a Michigan resident or about Michigan or the Great Lakes. The selected books are honored in the year after their publication or copyright date. Each selected title speaks to our state’s rich cultural, historical, and literary heritage and proves without a doubt that some of the greatest stories are found in the Great Lakes State.Read More
Thursday, January 23 – 6 p.m.
The PDL and the Plymouth Community Arts Council are teaming up to celebrate the 2019-20 Great Michigan Read, What the Eyes Don’t See by Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha. Join us while we create decorative wooden quote signs with hand-lettering inspired by Dr. Mona’s activism and heroism. Be the change you wish to see in the world! Space is limited, please register here.
Tuesday, January 28 at 7:00pm
Sign-up online or call 734-453-0750 ext 4 to register.
Photo archivist Ken Hafeli talks about the history of photography, film formats, scanning, and the do’s and don’ts of storage. Now retired, Mr. Hafeli was, for 20 years, Senior Photo Archivist at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library in Ann Arbor.
Sponsored by Friends of the Library.Read More
Now that 2019 is over, we’re looking back at some staff favorites from the year!Read More