Summer Reading
Saturday is the summer reading program kick-off. This year’s theme is Be Creative @ Your Library. A storyteller on July 2 is also part of the summer program.  See the post about Karen Pillsworth and Stone Soup. Children and teens can sign up at either of these programs or come in to the library during regular
Pember Presents
Lisa Hoyt from the Dyken Pond Environmental Education Center will present an informational program about staying safe in the outdoors. Information will be given on rabies, Lyme disease and West Nile Virus. At the end of the program, participants will know what to look for, how to protect themselves and be able to feel secure
Friends’ Meeting
Join us for a discussion of the upcoming book sale and other events. Becoming a member of the Friends is easy. Fill out a form and decide on your level of particpation. You can volunteer once a year to help with the book sale or the annual Open House, you can join our once a
Pember Presents: Jack and the Scarlet Runner Beanstalk: Gardening with Children
Join us at the Pember Wednesday evening, when Sue Kowaleski will talk about a few options for planting a little garden with/for children. She will have a powerpoint to show with some fun vegetables for adults to grow with children. There would still be time for participants to get a little garden in the ground
Ice Cream Social and Art Reception
Join us Saturday, June 6 from 2-5 PM, for Kid’s Day, the kick-off event in the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Pember. Stewart’s has generously donated the fixings for kids to make their own ice cream sundaes. Other highlights of the day will be music with DJ Brent Tuttle and balloon animals and
Pember Presents
Dave Ruch will be giving a special concert entitled “Old-TimeTraditional & Historical Songs of New York State” on June 12 at 7 P. M. at the Pember Library, 33 West Main St in Granville, NY. When we think of old-time ballads and songs handed down from generation to generation, we might think of places like Kentucky,
Book Club
The Book Club will be reading The colossus of New York : a city in thirteen parts by Colson Whitehead. “The Colossus of New York captures the city’s inner and outer landscapes in a series of vignettes, meditations, and personal memories. Colson Whitehead conveys with almost uncanny immediacy the feelings and thoughts of longtime residents
Fireside Story Time
Join us on Saturday mornings for Fireside Story Time.  Pat O, MaryLou O, and Robyn L will each host one of the story times in June & July. Anyone else who would like to volunteer some time to read to the children, please give a call to the library and we will work you in