- Evidence of U.S. Citizenship (full length birth certificate, naturalization papers, expired passport)
- Photo Identification
- Passport Photo
- Form DS-11, completed but not signed
- Payments for the Department of State (check or money order only) and the $35 Execution Fee (cash or check/money order made out to the Town of Plainville only)
- Children under the age of 18 must have their birth certificate with parents' names
- Children under 16 must be present with both parents (unless there is an extenuating circumstance communicated with form DS-3053)
The Plainville Public Library staff are trained Passport Acceptance Agents. We can process your form DS-11 for new adult passports and renewing child passports. We take walk ins but you MUST be here at least 1 hour before we close each day. Appointments are suggested on Monday and Wednesday evenings since those are busy times. Please come to us with all of the Required Documentation
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Download printable lesson plans, reading passages, games and puzzles, clip art, bulletin board ideas, and skills sheets for kids in any grade. Great for homeschoolers, parents, teachers, and care providers. FREE with your Plainville Public Library card.
Show them BookFlix from Scholastic. Pairs of fiction and nonfiction books to watch and read aloud online. All for FREE with your Plainville Pubilc Library card. There are even activities with each pair to help reinforce learning - although they will think it's a game.
Keep the kids busy....There's a OVERDRIVE just for kids and teens. digital audio, eBooks and read-a-longs for all ages. That pizza on the cover of Kids Cook! looks like a great rainy day meal!
Maybe you are a GOT fan on May 19? or Maybe it's Big Bang Theory on May 16? or Maybe your are watching the Stanely Cup Playoffs? We have an HDMI projector to check out for a week at a time - first some first serve.
We are changing the due dates for anything due May 1 or 2 to Friday, May 3. You can also return books at the Wood School drop box. The library is basically unaccessible unless you park where the police cars usually park and walk over. There is NO HANDICAP PARKING TODAY. They are PAVING and they are everywhere trying to get this done.
We are so excited to share the news - we are adding a new, electronic resource for our patrons - Creativebug! Creativebug offers high quality instructional videos for art and crafting. There are over 1 thousand classes available, for all levels of art and craft abilities, all taught by professionals and new classes are added daily! On Creativebug you will find instructional videos for drawing, painting, sewing, knitting, crocheting, quilting, baking and much more. You will also have access to downloadable patterns, templates and recipes! Log in with your library card number and PIN.
Reutrn your late or lost items in our bookdrops (at the library or at the Wood School parking lot) before we open on April 22 and NO FEES will be charged. No questions asked.
1 non-perishable food item = the fine on 1 item through April 20. All food will be given to the school based food pantry at the Wood School. It's a WIN-WIN!
Starting Thursday, April 4 at 10am, The Plainville Public Library is proud to be helping distribute seeds to our library card holders to they can grow healthy food this year in their own gardens. You will checkout your choice of vegetable seeds from tomatos and carrots to beans and lettuce, from the front desk at the Plainville Library with your library card, while supplies last. The Library received this donation of vegetable Burpee™ seed packets through the URI Cooperative Extension's Free Seed Program and is made possible annually through the generous donation of expired yet usable and unsold seed packets from Ocean State Job Lot stores throughout the Northeast. Enjoy produce you grow yourself this year and checkout our many gardening books to help you on your quest for great garden veggies.
Melissa loves reading mysteries and historical fiction. She watches way too much hockey. And would like to have more time for crafting cool stuff.