Thursday, March 18, 2021

‘Grab and Go’

Plymouth Library offers limited access

The Plymouth District Library re-opened to limited foot traffic on Monday, as part of the phase four of returning to public access.

The library is now featuring Grab and Go from noon until 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday and from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. The public will be allowed visits of one hour or less. Also available will be computer use by appointment, copying, faxing and staff assistance.  

“Limited building access means that we will be opening the floors in stages, beginning with the main floor.  The upper floor and then the lower floor will follow as soon as safe staffing allows.  Staff is available and eager to bring materials for patrons from floors that are not yet accessible,” explained Library Director Carol Souchock.  

Scheduled curbside pickup continues to be available. Library users who are not yet ready to enter the building may request items online or by phone, and once they receive a confirmation, schedule a time to pick up their holds on the porch.  Details on how to use curbside service are available at  

Programming for all ages will continue to be hosted online via Zoom, Souchock said.  The full schedule of events can be found on the library website Events page.  Register online to receive the Zoom login information.  Patrons are also welcomed to check out events offered by the Northville District Library, which are also listed on the PDL calendar, she added.

“To aid in our safe quarantining efforts, the library requests that items continue to be returned only the outside bookdrop.  A bin on the porch is available for oversized items.  At this time, donations of materials are not yet being accepted,” she said.

For ongoing updates, visit the library website at or follow  social media.  For help, call (734) 453-0750 or email

The library is located at 223 S. Main St. in downtown Plymouth.