We want to see your LEGO creations this week! What are you building? Show us on instagram and Facebook or email a picture to email@example.com #plainvillelego #plainvillespirit
Promoted by the Plainville Public Library and the Plainville Park Department @plainvilleparkdept @plainvillemalib
The Plainville Park Department and the Plainville Public Library have teamed up for Virtual Spirit Week. We invite you to tag photos of your family having fun with our theme every day this week (since this would have been April School Vacation Week). #plainvillespirit. @plainvilleMAlib @plainvilleparkdepartment
The Plainville Public Library can now offer Contactless Takeout service for Plainville residents only. Residents may call the library at 508-695-1784 Monday – Thursday 10am -2pm and talk to a staff member who will then pull items from our shelves to fulfill their needs. Items will be left in paper bags with names outside the front door for pickup by the resident. We consider this an especially important service for those who do not have access to eBooks as we are providing needed reading material for those to stay home and read. All items will not be due back until June 4, so please consider doing this once to stock up during this unprecedented time. Any items you currently have on your library card are now due back June 4. The Library is not accepting returns until we can open the building to the public, the book drop is locked.
The Plainville Public Library has just extended due dates on everything you currently have checked out on your card until JUNE 4. And yes that includes anything that was overdue PRIOR to March 1. The Library is closed at least through May 4 due to the Stay at Home order, and we are not taking returns at this time as our book drop is locked. Extending the due dates well past the current order will give you ample time. We don’t want you to feel rushed to bring things back when we hopefully reopen and we certainly didn’t want to charge anyone fines for items they have currently checked out. We have also frozen the holds list so everything will be exactly as it was when we get back. If you need more to read the library offers many options for adults and kids online at http://www.plainvillepubliclibrary.org/digital-resources.html
The Plainville Public Library is curating a brand new webpage for Self Care in conjunction with our Pinterest page.
This is a unique set of activities and interesting links to promote self care at home during these trying times. We will be adding to our list as we find great ideas.
http://www.plainvillepubliclibrary.org/selfcare and https://www.pinterest.com/plainvlibrary/self-care-in-tough-times/
Melissa loves reading mysteries and historical fiction. She watches way too much hockey. And would like to have more time for crafting cool stuff.