Thursday, May 7, 2020

Plymouth library continues to offer on-line services

While the Plymouth Library has been forced to cancel all community meetings set for the facility through the month of May in light of the Coronavirus pandemic, there are still plenty of services being offered to the community.
“ We are in close contact with neighboring libraries and exploring ways to reopen, to safely make returned items for the next check-out, to assess meeting room capabilities, and to sanitize equipment and the building for our patrons and staff.  So many factors come into play - rest assured that we will make all of these decisions with safety in mind,” explained Susan Stoney, community relations specialist. is open and on a visit to the website, patrons can get a digital library card to use right away with access to thousands of downloadable ebooks, audio books, movies, magazines and TV shows.
There is also helpful community information at the local, county, state and federal levels; online programs, storytimes and craft projects, she said.
Questions about services or availability are answered by a real library employee through or by calling (734) 453-0750, ext 200.
“There is more information about the library on social media,” Stoney said, “Facebook, Instagram, Twitter.
“We are happy to assist you and look forward to seeing you all again soon,” she concluded.