December 6, 6:00 PM Join Linda at the Pember Library for a childrens' holiday craft followed by Tales 'n Tunes performing "Holly Jolly Holiday," a festive combination of music and storytelling excitement that will spark kids' imaginations and get everybody in a holiday mood. Do you hear sleigh bells jingling? Come and sing along!
Nancy Sporborg & Pat Piper will be at the Pember Library Thursday, November 8 at 6:00 PM to discuss their book and their experience. The book is It's Not About the Hike. Here's how they describe their experience: We all have our own mountains to climb. Your mountain may be a 4,000-footer in the White Mountains. But
UPDATE: I’m sorry to report that Mr Pitkin won’t be able appear at the Pember. I’ll let you know if he’s able to reschedule. Join us at the Pember Library Wednesday, August 1, at 6:00 PM as David J. Pitkin discusses New York State legends, folklore and ghost stories. Pitkin tells us he has recently collected
This program was scheduled for last December and we are finally able to bring it to you! Join us at the Pember Library November 20 at 2:00 PM for Joyful Traditions: How the Dutch Brought Us Santa, Presents and Treats. In this slide-accompanied lecture, food historian Peter G. Rose delves into the early history
As part of the region's commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, on Sunday, October 23, at 2 PM, the Pember Library will be presenting a program on the revolutionary Union Civil War ironclad USS Monitor. The Monitor fought the Confederate ironclad CSS Virginia on March 9, 1862, in the world's first battle
Tales ‘n Tunes, a multi-award winning musical storytelling duo, will treat you to some slightly shivery tales and spooky songs! No trick! Come to the Pember Library at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, October 28 and enjoy a performance of “Spooktacular Songs and Stories” which includes tales and tunes that will provide a balance of fright
The Pember Library will host a discussion with Hallie Bond on Perspectives on Rural Life: Poverty and Plenty. Free and open to the general public, the event begins at 6:00 PM on August 19 at the Pember Library. This event is made possible through the Conversations Bureau, a new program of the New York Council
Food historian Peter G. Rose explores the foodways brought to America by the Dutch more than three centuries ago, and the way these foodways were adapted to new circumstances. Slides of 17th century Dutch art works depicting various foodstuffs are part of this lecture. Ms. Peter G. Rose is an author, columnist, lecturer,
I’m terribly sorry to have to report that, due to illness, Peter Rose will not be able to come to Granville today for the lecture.
Join us as Ray Gaylord, high school social studies teacher, talks about the Legends and Lore of the Lakes. Ray always has some interesting information to share. Please feel free to contribute any tales you may have heard.
The Pember Library will present a lecture by Hallie Bond titled Common Threads: Adirondack Quilts Tell Their Stories. Free and open to the general public, the event begins at 6:00 PM on September 9 at the Pember Library. This event is made possible through Speakers in the Humanities, a program of the New York