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New Friends at 60+

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In today’s digital world, finding ways to engage with others in person – especially NEW others – can be challenging. Fortunately, being retired and having your time to plan as you desire opens up great new opportunities to connect. Plymouth… Read More »New Friends at 60+

A Season for Tracing Roots

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Spring at Plymouth District Library offers several opportunities to aid you in exploring your family history. At the March 4 genealogy workshop, members of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) will be assisting searchers with getting past “stuck” spots… Read More »A Season for Tracing Roots

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100 Year Gala Tickets

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Plymouth District Library welcomes adults 21+ to join us for an afterhours Gala in the library stacks in celebration of our 100th year in service to the Plymouth Community. Click through to purchase tickets for the evening.

Centennial Celebrations!

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Plymouth District Library is 100 years old and we have a zinger of a year planned to celebrate, including an evening gala on April 29 (tickets now on sale), pop-up birthday parties, a historical exhibit and more.

PDL Staff Best of 2022

It’s back, and bigger than ever! Our staff has picked their best reads and watches of 2022. If you want titles featuring butterflies, baked goods, or monsters, you’ve come to the right place.

PDL’s Read Harder 2023 Book List

Our Read Harder booklist is back by popular demand! Read Harder is Book Riot’s annual reading challenge to help you stretch your reading limits and explore new voices, worlds, and genres.

Black Joy

On this list, you’ll find a variety of books for all ages – romances, fantasies, adventures, memoirs and more – that highlight Black lives, communities and relationships.