Get Set Up

Free Online Classes for Seniors

Learn and connect with others in classes from GetSetUp! The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has partnered with GetSetUp to bring Michigan seniors hundreds of live online classes on a variety of subjects. Learn everything from art and history to technology and exercise…and everything in between!

Learn more and browse the class offerings at Enter code MICHIGANHEALTH when registering for a class to ensure free attendance.

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Creative Lab Reopens

The Creative Lab on the upper level is re-imagined and re-opened. The lab features computers with the Adobe Creative Suite software (20+ programs for graphic design, photography and more), 3D printers and a large-format poster printer. Patrons can submit poster jobs or 3D jobs for staff to print to The lab is currently open for patron use on Thursdays only, with additional days and resources to be added later.

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Introducing Auto Renewals!

The Plymouth District Library is now offering automatic renewals!

If your account is in good standing, and your checkouts are eligible for renewal, we will automatically renew them one day prior to their due date. You will receive an email notice with details on which checkouts were able to be renewed. 

Click here for details and answers to FAQs.

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Tell Us About Your Last Read!

Did you LOVE the last book you read? Better yet, did you HATE it?? We want to know and so does your community! Submit your review with this form and we’ll share it on social media! The more detail, the better! Be as candid as you like! We won’t judge.

Our Social Media Team will review each suggestion before sharing and will not include your last name should you provide it. If you’re more comfortable with pen and paper, stop by the Readers Advisory Desk on the Main Level or the Youth Help Desk on the Lower Level and use our physical submission boxes.

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Adopt a Magazine

Adopt a Magazine

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!

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