The Plainville Public Library is excited to announce that we will be open Fridays year round, thanks to the funding we recieved at Annual Town Meeting. So our regular hours resume on Tuesday, September 6:
Monday 10-8pm, Tuesday 10-5pm, Wednesday 10-8pm, Thursday 10-2pm, Friday 1-5pm and Saturday 10-2pm
We will be closed on Friday, September 2 and Monday, September 5 for the Labor Day Weekend. Please ensure you pick up any museum passes by Thursday September 1 at 2pm for the weekend. You can always return any items in our bookdrops located at the library or in the parking lot at the Wood School on Messenger St. Items returned in the book drop overnight are credited to as having been returned the previous day.
Please fill out the survey to tell us when you are available for storytime for ages 3 and up. Miss Laura is looking for suggestion of waht works for you!
The Adult & Teen Bingo is now finished. Congrats to our winners: Katie B., Tamar J. Aakash S., Rebecca L. and Selvanayaki M. Next time you come to the library don't forget all that was on our BINGO list!
Our lucky winners have all been notified. Summer Reading was a big success this year and we would like to thank Miss Laura for stepping in at the last minute and helping out with our programming this summer. Special thanks to all of our sponsors: An Unlikely Story, Karen Kmetz Hair, Summer Scoops, Yogurt Beach, Providence Bruins, and The Friends of the Plainville Public Library, Inc. At the statewide level we thank the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners, The Boston Bruins, Yankee Candle, The Big E, and Friendly's for their support of the statewide summer reading program. We hope you had fun reading! We are looking forward to next summer already!
We have a very special guest for our end of the year Summer Reading Finish Line Party on August 17 at 3pm.
Ed McCarty is an assistant coach with the Major League Lacrosse Boston Cannons as well as working at St. Sebs where he coaches a football, wrestling and lacrosse and is an English Department Head and presently as a Writing Program Director. He has been a teacher and coach for over twenty-five years, is appreciative of a great career educating student-athletes and working alongside great coaches. Ed is most proud of his work with non-profits, serving on the Board of MetroLacrosse and being a fervent supporter of Boston Youth Wrestling and of the Cannonball Foundation.On the side, Ed has spoken and written to national and international audienceson the topic of Boys and Education. A family man, he is a grateful husband and father of two boys - Eamon, 9, and Liam, 7.