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The library has added several new board games to it's collection in the last month. Check them out! Abandon All Artichokes - This light, veggie-themed game offers some great suspense as players work to get rid of their Artichokes and Furnace - This tight engine builder was...

  Beep! Beep! PGTPL is currently closed to the public due to construction and repairs, but staff are still here to answer your questions. In the meantime, try one of these books about construction and join us for online storytimes at the Children’s Room at PGTPL...

An accordion book is an easy craft you can create with just a few supplies! Use it for journaling, writing a short story, or collecting sketches for future art projects. For this craft, you will need cardstock, cardboard, color paper, scissors, glue, and a ruler. Step 1 Gather...

International Music for Kids You may have heard a Putumayo recording before in a store or coffee shop. Maybe you noticed the feel-good music but didn’t recognize it. Or you didn’t recognize the language but it made you want to move with the tune. Each Putumayo recording...

The Friends of the Plainfield-Guilford Township Public Library’s Bid It To Win It virtual silent auction was a huge success, bringing in $2,625. The week-long auction featured 16 packages up for bidding, including a Pup Package, Garden Package, Date Night Package, Family Fun Package, and...

One of the most impressive things about people is our ability to learn a multitude of new things over the course of our lives. This applies to knowledge that we learn in and out of school, as well as hobbies we may pick up in...

The Plainfield-Guilford Township Public Library is proud to host the Our Heroes’ Tree initiative now through November 30, 2021. The Heroes’ Tree is based on a nation-wide initiative co-founded by Stephanie Pickup, author of The Soldier's Tree, and Marlene Lee, author of The Hero in...

We are happy to introduce the newest addition to our collection of museum passes! The Percussive Arts Society’s Rhythm! Discovery Center has been conveniently located in downtown Indianapolis since 2009 when the organization moved to the Circle City. It features a large number of percussion...

You can tell a lot by a book’s cover, but what about its first lines? We flipped the script on the old saying, “Don’t judge a book by its cover,” and collected a list of great first lines for you to judge. If one of...