Karaoke Party on Wednesday, December 30 from 10am to 8pm in our conference room with a great backdrop and lights for our future stars. All ages are welcome to sing the day away! Choose your song from our collection of country, pop and oldies. And to top off the night a special sing-along rated G movie will be shown at 6:30pm featuring your favorite sisters. The movie will be in the children’s room and is drop in for all ages and you will be encouraged to sing along with the bouncing snowflake.
Look what I got for Christmas! Special drop in session, Monday December 28, 5-7pm. Bring in your new device that you received for the holidays and we can show you how it works!
Have games that freeze, music that skips, or favorite movies that are scratched? The Plainville Public Library can now clean your personal pre-recorded DVD, Bluray, CD or game discs for a fee of $2 for one sided items or $4 for double sided discs. The Friends of the Plainville Public Library, Inc. recently purchased a new disc repair machine for the library. Funds raised through cleaning services will go towards purchasing cleaning supplies and funding programs. Customers with a SAILS Library card in good standing can bring in up to 5 discs per week for cleaning and/or repair, with the completed Disc Cleaning form available online or at the library. Please allow one week for the service. See our Disc Repair Policy on our website for further information or call 508-695-1784.
Plainville residents with Plainville Library cards in good standing may ship packages in "their name" to the Plainville Public Library, 198 South St., Plainville, MA 02762 and we will hold their package for pick up by the addressee during regular library hours.
Identification and signature is required at pick up. Please see the Package Pick up Policy for full rules.
Plainville’s first Little Free Library is at Telford Park at 142 South St, Plainville. Brian Berry, an Eagle Scout Candidate, made and installed the Little Free Library as part of his project. The Friends of the Plainville Public Library, Inc. have paid for the official Charter Membership, and will provide the initial books. Little Free Library is a nationwide movement featuring a “take a book, return a book” gathering place where neighbors share their favorite literature and stories. In its most basic form, a Little Free Library is a box full of books where anyone may stop by and pick up a book (or two) and bring back another book to share. We hope this Little Free Library will serve parents to get books to read to their children while at the park, and for any park visitors to exchange books of interest.
Melissa loves reading mysteries and historical fiction. She watches way too much hockey. And would like to have more time for crafting cool stuff.