Tree Health

Tree Health10 Common Tree Problems and What to Do About Them!
Monday, March 18 at 7:00pm

Recognizing common tree health concerns when you spot them in your yard and providing the appropriate care early can help prevent small problems from becoming big ones that cost you a valuable, mature tree on your property.  Regular observation starting this Spring, combined with the judicious use of pesticides, fertilizer, “tree surger” and careful tree preservation, can help your trees live a long and healthy life.  An ISA Certified Arborist and Michigan Registered Forester will discuss common tree concerns in Plymouth, from oak wilt to tarspot to trunk decay and more, and how they’re best tackled successfully.

Sign up online or call 734-453-0750 ext 4.
Presented by: Keep Plymouth Leafy and Lee Mueller, CF

ISA Certified Arborist #MI-4148A
ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualified
SAF Certified Forester
Michigan Registered Forester #46043

Everyone’s Reading…Kiss Carlo


The library is participating in Everyone’s Reading, the one-book community reading program sponsored by several Metro Detroit public libraries in Oakland and Wayne counties. Everyone’s Reading promotes public dialogue through the shared experience of reading and discussing the same book with friends, neighbors, and other members of our community.

This year’s selection is Kiss Carlo by best-selling author Adriana Trigiani. Trigiani is the author of the very popular Big Stone Gap and Valentine series, along with other best-selling novels including Lucia, Lucia and The Shoemaker’s Wife. Kiss Carlo (2017) is the story of the Palazzinis, a boisterous Italian clan led by feuding brothers Dominic and Mike, set in post-WWII South Philadelphia. Trigiani uses themes from Shakespeare’s plays to craft a world of engaging characters in this sprawling comedy/drama filled with romance, buried secrets, and mistaken identities.

PARTICIPATE by reading the book and joining the book discussions at the Library: Brown Bag Books will meet on Wednesday, trigianiMarch 27 at noon, and the Contemporary Books Group will meet on Tuesday, March 12 at 7:30 pm to discuss the book. No registration is needed. Copies of Kiss Carlowill be available at the Library.

Adriana Trigiani will speak on Tuesday, April 2 at 7pm at Temple Beth El, 7500 Telegraph Rd, Bloomfield Township and Wednesday,  April 3 at 7pm at Adat Shalom Synagogue,  29901 Middlebelt Rd, Farmington Hills. Tickets are free, but limited – stop in for your tickets now.

Read with us and enjoy the drama!

American Creed: Community Conversations

American CreedAmerican Creed is a documentary that discusses what ideals shape the United States, and how to define our national identity through a set of unifying beliefs – an “American creed.” In the film, Condoleezza Rice and David Kennedy ask a diverse group of Americans what it means to be American, and whether an “American creed” can unite us. 

The Plymouth District Library is thrilled to be a part of this project, which is funded by the American Library Association’s Office for Public Programming. We invite the community to participate in three events related to this important film:

Film screening and discussion, led by Dr. Stephen Berrey
Saturday, April 13 from 1-4pm
Click to RSVP or call 734-453-0750 ext 4

Panel Discussion of “what every American should know.”
Thursday, April 25 from 6-9pm
Click to RSVP or call 734-453-0750 ext 4

Facilitated small group talking circles
We will discuss three specific questions: “When you think of the state of our country, what are you feeling?” “What is the country you long for?” and “As your bravest self, what do you do now?”

Saturday, May 11 from 1-4pm
Click to RSVP or call 734-453-0750 ext 4

Drop-In Computer Tutoring

Drop-in computer tutoring is now available every Saturday!

Our Teen Tech Tutors can help you with computers, tablets, smart phones, MS Office, e-boooks, and more.

No registration is necessary; just stop in to the computer lab on the upper level of the library between 10:00am – 11:30am on Saturdays.

Please bring any relevant devices and passwords with you.

SCORE Small Business One-On-One Mentoring Sessions

SCORESCORE business counselors offer one-on-one mentoring sessions at the library. Small business owners and entrepreneurs are encouraged to schedule a free one-hour session. Please see our Business page for appointment times. SCORE is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping entrepreneurs succeed as small business owners. SCORE helps small businesses get off the ground, grow and achieve their goals through education and mentorship. Visit  to learn more about this organization.