The library is now open from 1 pm to 5pm on Sundays. We look forward to seeing you!Read More
Monday, October 4; 6-8pm
This program will be live via Zoom. It will not be recorded or live-streamed on Facebook.
Please register to get the Zoom login information.
Have you ever wondered about the value of the older items in your home? Join us for this special antiques & collectibles virtual appraisal event! Author, Auctioneer, Appraiser and Radio Show Host Mike Ivankovich will be discussing the 10 factors that always impact the value of your treasures, as well as sharing buying and selling tips and strategies. Mike is host of the “What’s it Worth? Ask Mike the Appraiser” Radio Show that airs every Friday morning on WBCB 1490 AM in Philadelphia. This promises to be a fun and educational evening!Read More
Wednesday, October 6; 6:30pm
This event will be live via ZOOM only. Please register.
Are you ready to begin your journey to a healthier life? Eating more plant-based foods can help! Chantal Singer will discuss the benefits of adding more plant-based foods to your diet. She will share with you all of the best plant-based foods you should be eating that are not only super nutritious but incredibly delicious as well!Read More
One of the most popular spots in the library is the Dunning Parlor, named for library donor Bessie Dunning and her daughter Margaret. A large variety of magazines can be found in the parlor – a great community resource for information and entertainment. Individuals, businesses, and organizations may adopt a magazine by donating the annual subscription cost to the library. If you or your organization are interested, please fill out the form on the Adopt a Magazine page. Thanks for your interest!Read More
Face masks are currently required in the library, regardless of vaccination status. Here’s why:
- In order to continue to provide patrons with full access to the library, we need our staff healthy and able to be here.
- Transmission rates for Wayne County are at the highest level.
- More than 30% of our Plymouth families have children who cannot yet be vaccinated.
- It is our duty to try to ensure a safe workplace and environment for patrons.
Masks are available at the library. Thank you for cooperating!Read More
EDUCATIONAL POSTER EXHIBIT
“September 11, 2001: The Day That Changed the World”, a poster exhibit commemorating the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, is now on display upstairs at PDL. The series presents the history of 9/11, its origins, and its ongoing implications.Read More
Detroit Style: Car Design in the Motor City 1950-2020
Thursday, October 14; 7pm. This event is online only. Please register to receive the Zoom login information.
Experience the iconic car styles of Detroit during the past sixty years through the eyes of the car designers who created them. Feel the excitement of designing cars for the future, the impact of incorporating cultural style trends and technologies, and the responsibility of creating comfortable and efficient vehicles.
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.Read More
The library offers proctoring services at no cost for students of accredited colleges and universities. The service is limited to patrons who qualify for a Plymouth library card. Proctoring is done by appointment only. Exams are proctored on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and select Fridays and Saturdays. Learn more here.Read More