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
Here’s a photo of Ryan and me waiting for the parade to begin. Thanks to Tiffany and Ryan for taking part in the parade (and pushing the carts). Thanks to Heather and Alyssa for their help with putting the cake together. Also thanks to Cy for his help in putting the banners on the second
Thursday Tall Tales
Story Time on Thursday nights will feature Tall Tales and flannel board stories. All children welcome with their caregivers.
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
Memorial Day
The Memorial Day display here at the Pember was put together by Mike Smith. He had this to say: “Our nation was created and has endured through war. The British, with Colonial help, wrested control of the colonies from the French and their Native American allies in the French and Indian War. The fledgling Colonial Army under
Genii McRoberts
I remember Genii’s daughter coming in to the library asking if we needed a volunteer. Boy, did we! Genii came in and helped us with cataloging and transferring all of our books from our old automated system to a new one. She worked hard, always with a sense of humor. Her dedication to books and libraries
The library’s drop box will be unavailable Tuesday, May 12 until Wednesday, May 13.  Fines, for those unable to return items on these days, will be waived.  As always, as long as the library is open, items may be returned by bringing them inside.
Meet Samuel de Champlain!
In celebration of the 400th anniversary of the European discovery of Lake Champlain, the Pember Library will welcome Samuel de Champlain! Using authentic 17th-century French costume and artifacts, historic interpreter Don Thompson will play the role of Champlain, the well-known explorer of the New World. He will share stories of his exploration of the lake
Audio Books
In working on May book orders, I came across twelve titles that I thought people here at the Pember might enjoy on audio. The hardcover versions will probably end up on some best-seller lists. Of those twelve titles, I discovered that four of them are available through SALON, our downloadable audio book service. If you want to
Is winter finally over?
Good news! We will resume regular hours beginning the week of May 19. Our hours will be: Tuesday  9 AM to 5 PM Wednesday & Thursday 1 PM to 8 PM Friday 12 noon to 5 PM Saturday 10 AM to 3 PM
We will be closing at 4:30, Thursday, May 7. Reopening with regular hours on Friday.