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  • Author Randall Munroe Tuesday January 31 at 2 pm
  • Millennials and Money program February 2 at 7 pm
  • michigan history: land survey system January 31
  • Community Puzzle swap Feb 6-10
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Yoga Storytime

Wednesday February 15th at 7 pm

Join us for a very special Yoga Storytime! Miss Jessica will read a book and then go through some fun and easy yoga poses that match up with the story. It’s a great way to get your body moving in a way that’s fun for kids and perfect for winding down before bed. Register today!

Participants should bring a yoga mat or a towel and have their adults with them and ready to practice too!
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Bookworms Book Club (ages 5-8)

Registration begins January 26th from our Events Calendar, in person or by calling 734-453-0750, option 5. Bags will be available starting February 2nd and we will meet Thursday February 23rd at 6:30 p.m. OR Saturday February 25th at 10:30 a.m.

You will receive a bag containing list of books in the series that they can read as well as a craft, read-a-likes and more. Your child will then meet up with other kids to talk about the books they read and play a game.
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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.
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Public Land Survey System

Michigan History: Public Land Survey System

Tuesday, January 31 at 7 p.m. (on Zoom) RSVP to receive Zoom link by email Presented by Don Batkins. After the Treaty of Paris, the U.S. developed a land description system, which they called the “Public Land Survey System” (PLSS). It was then applied to surveys of land beyond the original 13 states. This talk summarizes the pre-Revolutionary War land description systems, provides details of the new PLSS, and describes how the new system was used to sell land to individuals settling in areas outside of the original 13 states. The talk includes maps, imagery, and textual material about the PLSS. It also provides examples of how to locate information about an ancestor’s land from its sale by the government until the present.
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Upcoming Author Talks

Happy New Year and Hooray for the January Author Talk Series Lineup! The New Year brings a new lineup of amazing and exciting virtual author talks from New York Times Best Selling and award winning authors and thought leaders. Read on for details on how to register for these and other upcoming talks. Each talk features the opportunity to participate in author Q&A or pre-submit questions during registration. We look forward to you joining us for exciting author talks this month. Happy New Year!
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Design a Bookmark for Our 100th Birthday!

In honor of the Plymouth District Library turning 100 years  old we are hosting a Bookmark Contest for ages 5-12.

Submissions are due no later than Friday, February 17th. Copies of the winning bookmark(s) will be available starting the week of March 20th, while supplies last.

Get the submission sheet with full instructions here or at the Youth Help Desk on the lower level of the library.

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