Summer Reading at the Pember ~ Teen — Build a Better World
  Benefits of summer reading programs for teens: • Many teenagers find enjoyment in reading • Having high levels of literacy are needed for higher education and future employment • Most standardized tests that teenagers will take include a reading comprehension portion. • Plus, it’s FUN! Thursdays at 2PM July 13 ~ Build a Journal July 20 ~ Build a Village July 27 ~
Summer Reading at the Pember ~ Build a Better World
Learn with Linda! Our summer reading program is designed to encourage elementary-aged children to keep reading during summer vacation. We hope to prevent the “summer slide” so children will go back to school this fall ready to read and learn . The benefits of summer reading programming for children: • Children are motivated to read. • Children
Summer Reading at the Pember ~ Early Literacy
Summer Reading with Carol and Holly will give early experience with books to children ages newborn to about 5. Benefits of summer reading for early learners: • Young children will gain self-confidence and a love for reading, books, and the library • The groundwork will be laid for children to become lifelong readers and learners • Completion of
Pember Board Meeting
June 15, 6PM A meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Pember Library and Museum will be held on the third Thursday of each month at the Pember. This is a regular meeting and open to the public. See Upcoming Events Calendar for dates of meetings.
June at the Pember
First Friday June 2, 7-9 PM Friends of the Pember Luncheon June 5, 12:00 Pember Board of Trustees, June 15, 6:00 PM Read it and Eat Book Club June 16, 5PM Family Movie ~ Rainy Day Thursdays 4:00 PM (only if it’s raining ~ we’ll replay old Disney classics)   Summer Reading programs will be announced later in June Mad Science will
First Friday June 2, 7-9 PM
65 Owls, 70 Bobcats, Moose Crossing Jazz at Pember First Friday 135 renderings of owl and bobcat will be on display for June First Friday at the Pember Library and Museum in Granville, NY. Works on paper by the third and sixth graders of Granville Elementary School will be featured at the show. Moose Crossing, Poultney’s hottest