The Plymouth Public Library hosts events and activities for Plymouth residents of all ages.
Chess by Any Other Name Join the Plymouth Public Library in April for a series of Chess Education and Match Play Programs led by William Petrillo, a member of the United States Chess Federation and a class instructor for USA Chess. This free program, for children and teenagers ages 6-18, will take place at 3 p.m. Wednesday, April 17; Thursday, April 18; and Friday, April 19. It will feature several aspects of chess play, such as the basic rules and strategies of chess, learning the history of the game, and tips for more advanced play. The sessions will culminate with a graduation tournament on the final day of the program. Participants must register for this program. Registration will begin on April 3 and includes all three sessions. Harry…
Here's a list of upcoming events at the Manomet Branch Library, from a celebration of hot chocolate to a writers' workshop.
Thursday, January 31
Hot chocolate has been a favorite beverage for centuries! Join us at the Manomet Branch Library, 12 Strand Avenue, at 2:30 p.m. ,Saturday, Feb. 9, for a program celebrating hot chocolate. Learn more about the history of hot chocolate and sample some cocoas with special flavorings. Also, learn how to make your own instant cocoa mix to keep on hand for cold winter nights. No registration is necessary for this free program. For more information for this event, contact the Manomet Branch Librarian at 508-830-4185, or email email@example.com. History enthusiasts are encouraged to join us for an engaging discussion of important topics of the past at our History Book Group. The group meets one Thursday a month at 4 p.m. to discuss the month’s …