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Black Lives Matter! Say Her Name! We Shall Overcome! These are phrases heard a lot from activists, protesters, and in difficult conversations. In response to the outcry and unrest, the Indiana Humanities, along with funds from the Lilly Endowment, Inc., awarded our library a very generous...

Beginning at 10 PM on Wednesday November 25, the State Library will be upgrading our library Evergreen. Because of this, the Evergreen catalog and several digital resources like Overdrive/Libby and Hoopla will be unavailable for the duration of the upgrade. The State Library plans to...

Due to the increase of COVID cases in Hendricks County, the Plainfield-Guilford Township Public Library has made the difficult decision to return to limited lobby services beginning Monday, November 30. Our hours will be Monday-Friday, 9a-6p; Saturday, 9a-2p; and Sunday, 1-5p. Executive Order 20-48 requires...

The library will be closing early at 5p this week on Wednesday, November 25. We will remain closed through Thursday, November 26, and we will reopen on Friday, November 27 at 9a. During the holiday closure, the State Library will be performing a much needed upgrade...

Queens are known as regal, elegant people who smile beautifully and wear gorgeous clothes and jewels. They also have nerves of steel and a take-no-crap attitude. Did you know that Catherine of Aragon commissioned a book about promoting equal education for women? Back in the...

November 8-14 is International Games Week! While we can't have any in-person programs at the library right now (wear your mask, wash your hands, and stay at least 6 feet away from folks!), there are still ways to celebrate. Our collection of table-top games is still...

The Evergreen Indiana Library Consortium is pleased to announce the launch of a community-wide online book club. Patrons of Evergreen Indiana libraries will connect with other library patrons and community members through the enjoyment of reading and discussing great books. Book club members vote on the...

Help stock Plainfield's Little Free Pantries this Holiday season! Food for Fines is an initiative to help cardholders pay off their fines while also giving back to the community. How it works: From Sunday, November 1 to Monday, November 30, you can pay off your overdue fines...

It’s the dead of October, and for many of us, that means that the time has never been better to curl up and watch some scary movies. Rotten Tomatoes has recently updated their list of the 200 best horror movies ever, and we think that...

Fall is a great time to get outside with your child! Going for a walk and interacting with nature can give you a chance to explore and ask questions together without having to rush. Here are a few ideas for activities to try on your...

Due to the rise of COVID-19 cases in the county, beginning Monday, November 30, we will operate on reduced hours and with limited access to the building. Click here for complete details about the services offered.  Have questions? Email us at AskUs@PlainfieldLibrary.net or call us 317-839-6602.