Indianapolis Monthly’s April issue features Plainfield!

Indianapolis Monthly’s April issue features Plainfield!

The current issue of Indianapolis Monthly has a nice feature on Plainfield’s Main Street! Want to read it but don’t have a subscription? No problem- check this issue out (and back issues too) from the library’s digital magazine service, RbDigital

RbDigital includes some of the most popular magazines available today, as well as all back issues since the start of the library’s subscription.

Check out unlimited issues of Us Weekly, Newsweek, National Geographic, HGTV Magazine, Food Network Magazine, Indianapolis Monthly, Reader’s Digest, Woman’s World, and more!

Using this resource:

To access RbDigital, you will need a PGTPL library card. 

Don’t have a card? No problem! Fill out the Digital Library Card form, and a staff member will email you back with your card number within 24 hours. Please use this same form if you have lost your card or it has expired. Staff will verify your address and contact information and will then email you with your existing card number. 

To set up your RbDigital account, be sure to use the link from our website: https://www.rbdigital.com/plainfieldguilfordin/service/magazines/. Enter your library card number, and then set up an account with your email address and a password. 

Once you have set up your account, use your email and password to log into the RbDigital website. To borrow a magazine issue, click on the image of the magazine and then click on checkout. You can also scroll down to see back issues that are available. Once you have checked out an issue, you can start reading or keep browsing to check out more magazines.

To read magazines on a phone or tablet, be sure to download the RbDigital app via iTunes or Google Play. There is also an app available for Kindle Fire. Use the email address and password that you used to set up your account to log in and start reading! 

If you have any questions or need assistance, email us at: askus@plainfieldlibrary.net.



We are reopening on Monday, May 18 with reduced hours and limited access to the building. Read details here. You can continue to access our digital collections here. As always, if you have questions, send us an email!