Philip Read Memorial Library

Annual Book Sale

Thousands of books, magazines, CDs, DVDs, and more in every genre with prices that can’t be beat!  High quality books and collectibles!  Stock up for winter.


THIS SALE BENEFITS THE FRIENDS of PHILIP READ MEMORIAL LIBRARY, supporting the programs and needs of the Philip Read Memorial Library.

4th Monday Book Group

All are welcome!

Mr. Pip 

Lloyd Jones

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Building Committee Meeting


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Trustees Meeting

In-person at the Philip Read Memorial Library

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E-bikes Test Ride

Do you wish biking was part of your life? E-bikes can greatly increase that possibility. E-bikes (electric bikes) are like regular bikes but with an electric motor in addition to human-powered pedals, a battery to store power for that motor, and a heavier frame to accommodate the increased hardware. The electric assist can help with the physical issues, daunting hills, and the need to haul heavy loads that might otherwise keep you off your bike. This could enable you to replace many car trips with breezy, two-wheel journeys that don’t clog the roads or present parking challenges. 

Online Security Basics

"Online Security Basics: 10 Things You Should Be Doing to Stay Safe Online" is a  tech security presentation led by technology librarians Chuck McAndrew and Jaki Frisina of the Lebanon Public Libraries. 

Learn about using the internet safely and protecting yourself online.

Some of the material covered includes:

Basic computer security

Setting and storing good passwords

Using VPNs

Using public wifi


Come and learn how to be safer online!   Paid for by the Friends of Philip Read Memorial Library in memory of Nancy Liston.

Mah Jongg Classes

Interested in learning how to play Mah Jongg but didn't want to have to try to learn on your own?  Played before and need a refresher?  Join our 4 week Mah Jongg class, every Wednesday starting January 22nd from 1-3.  Class is taught by local Mah Jongg enthusiasts with years of experience under their belts and eager to help get a new group started at the Plainfield libraries.  

Register with Mary at