See the World!Yes, we are a passport application acceptance facility! We can submit your application for a new adult passport, a child's passport, or the renewal of a passport issued more than 15 years ago.
Note: To renew an expired passport that is less than 15 years old, you don't need to come in. You may file for the renewal through the mail.
When applying for a passport with us, you need to bring all the documents listed here with you -- and don't forget your checkbook for the application fees. We don't accept plastic.
This service is by appointment only. Please call ahead at 382-6011.
Artist of the Month
Starting at 6PM, meet artist John LeCours for a special reception celebrating the 3rd anniversary of the library's town history mural. Refreshments will be served. Walk the building with the artist and view his 20 original works of art on our walls. Then at 6:30PM, we'll adjourn to the Nelson Room for "The Making of the Mural." Hear about the behind-the-scenes challenges and learn the artistic techniques that went into creating the 16-foot installation that is on permanent display here at the library. Register here to receive a reminder, because you don't want to miss this!
2019 Artists of the Month:
January: Susan Kneeland
February: Jim Collins
March: Denise Brown
April: Howard Muscott
May: Fermata Arts Foundation
June: John LeCours
Friday Flicks for June
June 14 1:00PM Something's Gotta Give
A little ditty about Jack and Diane. Sponsored by Plaistow Rec Elder Affairs. Enjoy food and door prizes! Registration is required. Call 382-6011 x204 to get your name on the list.
June 28 1:30PM The Wife
Oscar nominee Glenn Close proves to be more than "just the wife" of her Pulitzer Prize-winning husband. Registration is not required but always appreciated.
Sneak Preview: Chasing the Moon
Join us as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the lunar landing with a preview of the upcoming film "Chasing the Moon."
On Wednesday, June 26, we'll show Part 1: The Early Years, when the space race was just beginning. The Soviets were beating the Americans in space, and one of the biggest blows to American prestige was when Russian Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin becomes the first man in space. As the tension of the Space Race continues to escalate, President Kennedy begins to question whether it is worth the dollars and time.
Chasing the Moon will air on PBS in its entirety starting on July 8. Space for this sneak preview will be limited to 50 seats. Register here.
Old Home Day
Get psyched for Old Home Day on June 22 with Back to the Future!