Plymouth Public Library

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Basic Information

Established: 1913
Schedule: M - Thurs, 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., F and Sat, 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Sun. 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Address: 201 N Center Street Plymouth IN 46563
Phone Number: 574-936-2324
Fax Number: 574-936-7423
Director: Susie Reinholt

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Additional Information

Computer Capabilities:

The main floor lab has 7 computers with Internet access, with an additional 13 computers for word processing and research. One computer is an all-Spanish computer, for our Spanish-speaking patrons. Two computers have scanners, and each computer is connected to a black and white laser printer and a color laser printer. Our basement Gates Learning Lab was added in July of 2001 and features sixteen Internet computers and one trainer's station. There are several other computers available in the main library area for specific research (INSPIRE, library catalog, etc.). The children's area currently has 6 computers with educational programs and games and 1 adult computer to be used by parents who have their children with them. Video-conferencing Unit - A Polycom Videoconference Unit is available for public use. Free wireless Internet access is available. The high speed wireless network can be accessed during normal library hours by anyone with a wireless equipped laptop.

Education Programs: The Library offers basic computer training classes to the public October through April. Children's Story Time - Three times each year, a Wee Wigglers program is offered for 3 to 5 year olds and a parent participation Toddler Time is offered for children 18 to 35 months old. Young Adults can participate in an Award Book reading program, December through April. A "Frosty Reader" reading program for adults is held December through March.
Summer Programs: PPL has a very active Summer Reading Program for children preschool through completed 4th grade, as well as for completed 5th grade through 12th in the Young Adult Department. Young Adults read for "library bucks" which they may spend at an auction of celebrity and locally donated items. Both programs provide crafts, activities and a lot of fun!
Membership Details:

To receive a library card from the Plymouth Public Library you must either live or own property in the City of Plymouth, or Center or West Townships in Marshall County. You may also qualify if you have a card from a neighboring library system.

Library Information:

We encourage the pursuit of lifelong learning.  We inspire our community by offering the most up-to-date materials, fresh and unique programming and state of the art technology; continually encouraging patrons to make new discoveries throughout their lives by bringing excitement to learning and support to help them excel. We delight in meeting or exceeding patron expectations by providing friendly, courteous, knowledgeable and prompt service, showing respect and valuing all individuals for their diverse backgrounds, experiences and ideas.  We enrich our community by providing a well maintained, comfortable and safe multi-use facility, where residents can meet, share ideas and be educated, entertained and informed.  We value our staff members and strive to provide a workplace where enthusiasm, teamwork, innovation, accountability and a sense of purpose combine to provide a rewarding experience for both employees and patrons.  We are committed to being a fiscally responsible public institution, consistently seeking the most cost-effective uses of both public and private funds.