Attention all audiophiles: It’s wrapped season! Here’s our PDL Wrapped for 2022, featuring some of our staff’s most listened to artists and albums of the year.Read More
A History of American Christmas Cookies
Wednesday, December 7, 2022
7:30-8:30 p.m. on Zoom
The Brits named them biscuits; the Dutch dubbed them koekje. We call them cookies—those scrumptious morsels that bring sweetness and merriment to holiday celebrations. Learn how cookies evolved from an indulgence reserved for the wealthy to an essential part of our Christmas festivities. Sarah Wassberg Johnson, The Food Historian, explores the unique history of cookies in America and Christmas traditions throughout the ages. This is a virtual event; Zoom login provided at registration. Sponsored by the Friends of the Plymouth District Library.Read More
Thursday December 8th at 7 PM
Join Miss Dana for an evening storytime. Kids, please bring your favorite stuffie and wear pajamas for a special “bedtime” themed storytime. There will be books, songs, and special “stuffie” activities for children ages 2-5 and their families!
No registration required.Read More
Wednesday December 7 at 10:30 a.m.
Thursday December 8 at 11:00 a.m.
Kids ages 2-5 and their families are invited to join us for stories, songs, rhymes and more! This program is now drop-in with no registration required.
Mondays at 10:30 am: December 19, January 23
Fridays at 10:30 am: December 9, January 6
Baby Time is a 15-minute story, song and rhyme time, followed by a 30-minute playtime.
This program is for babies aged six to 24 months old and their care-givers. Only the care-giver and baby may attend. No siblings please. No registration required.Read More
December is bringing yet another round of brand new 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.Read More
Wednesday, December 14 at 7:00pm
Register online for this in-person event
New Works Writers Series, led by Dr. Imelda Hunt from EMU’s Department of Africology and African American Studies, presents a Kwanzaa Celebration! Join us for a family storytime with an interactive application of the Nguzo Saba. All ages are welcome at this introduction to the Seven Principles of Kwanzaa.Read More
November marks National Native American Heritage Month, an opportunity for every person in the nation to reflect on our shared nation’s history and honor the Tribal Nations and tribal citizens who called this land home long before the United States became a country. Here’s our booklist to use as a starting place to read more beloved stories by Indigenous authors and about Native American history and heritage!Read More