June 2, 2021

Welcome to the Plymouth District Library online community
It’s Summer Connection Time!
Summer Connection
No matter what your age, we've got a FUN summer program for you! The place to start is plymouthlibrary.beanstack.org! Sign up for a free Beanstack account (or log in to last year’s account), then register each family member for their age-appropriate program. Need help remembering last year’s login password? Just ask!
Summer Adult Program
Adults 18+ can connect with the library this summer through reading and activities! Earn 10 badges in 10 weeks, from June 1 to August 7, to win a prize.

There are 30 activities to choose from, including reading, watching, and listening to books, movies, and music, streaming and downloading e-resources, attending library programs, or using various library services. Prizes will be available beginning July 26, while supplies last.

Sign up for the Adult Summer Connection and log your entries there.  
Summer Teen Program
Teens
Get hooked with a freebie: the first 75 teens to sign up on Beanstack get to pick a free book or comic to keep.

Then get reeled in to a summer of fun. Check Beanstack and the Teen page throughout the summer for great Take & Make craft kits, reading fandoms, challenges, pop-up events, and PRIZE DRAWINGS!

Sign up for the Teen Summer Connection.
Summer Youth Program
The Youth department has so much fun planned for kids this summer! Get the whole scoop on our youth page

Once kids are registered on Beanstack, they can start reading and logging books to earn an end-of-summer prize. 

Plus, check out all the details about Babytime Activity Bags, Weekly Zoom Storytimes, weekly Take-and-Make Activity Kits, a Family Scavenger Hunt, Tales of Equestria online role playing game for kids 9-12 and more!  
Sign up your crew (and yourself!) at plymouthlibrary.beanstack.org.
New Library Hours
New Hours
Beginning Tuesday, June 1, Library hours begin earlier on weekdays. 

New opening time is 10 a.m. Monday through Saturday. 

Hours:
Monday - Thursday 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Friday - Saturday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Upcoming Events at PDL
DIA Art Pride
Thursday, June 3
7:00 p.m.
Art|Pride raises awareness of the significant contributions by LGBT artists and their impact on the art world. These artists are among leaders of modern and contemporary art and have shattered stereotypes and defied prejudice and discrimination on their path to success.
Dark Side of the Mitten
Monday, June 7
7:00 p.m. 

Back by Popular Demand Author Tom Carr returns with his third book in the Blood on the Mitten series, this time tackling the unsavory, the quirky and the downright ghastly actions of some of this state’s immortal figures. 
Also check out these great events offered by the Northville District Library:
Teen Writing
Entries accepted
June 1 – June 30
World Wide Knit in Public Day
Saturday, June 12
10:00 a.m.    
Container Gardening
Wednesday, June 16
7:00 p.m.  
Owl Pen Pal Program for Teens
Plymouth District Library is partnering with Northville District Library to create a magical pen pal experience for local teens.

You write-a-letter-to-get-a-letter, so pick up your quill and parchment writing set at the library and get started.

After you write your letter to your new summer
pen pal, bring it to your library's Owl Mail Box for delivery.

More info on the Teen Page.  
Pride Books for Teens
Pride Books
Teens can celebrate PRIDE month with a free book to keep. Of course, all the books feature LGBTQIA+ characters and authors.

Come to the Help Desk (near the DVDs) anytime in June to select your book.

Or complete this form and we'll pick one out for you and put it on the hold shelf for you to pick up at curbside.
Introducing Sarah Perry, Youth Librarian 
Sarah Perry
We are pleased to introduce our new youth librarian, Sarah Perry. 

Sarah earned her library degree from Wayne State University with a specialization in children's services. Since then, she's done the Hokey Pokey with more storytime toddlers and led babies and their caregivers in more bounce rhymes than she can count.

Getting children excited about reading is one of her passions and Summer Reading is her all-time favorite library program.  

Sarah is excited to meet and work with the families in the Plymouth community. When you see her, be sure to say “hi” and let her know what your favorite book is.
PDL Services Status
View the current status of services now available
and how to access them.
Plymouth District Library
734-453-0750
Plymouth District Library ~ 223 S Main Street ~ Plymouth, MI 48170 ~ 734-453-0750

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