A long-time community resource is celebrating its centennial with a Big Birthday Bash.
The Plymouth Public Library has been on the same site on the corner of Center and Garro streets for 100 years. Its history dates back to 1913, when Andrew Carnegie gave the community a $15,000 grant to build the original Carnegie library. Since then, it has been demolished, rebuilt and renovated to what is today.
To celebrate a century of success, the public is invited to a free birthday party on Sunday, July 14, from 1-4 p.m. at the library for free food, drink and activities.
For more information visit the library website, by clicking here.