It’s not every day that the Pember can bring a bonafide celebrity local artist to First Friday. So we are very proud to have our very own, twinkle-eyed Roy Egg, for a solo show! Roy is best-known for his painted roosters, hens, and eggs, but he also paints other barnyard creatures, and actually, no subject is
NOTE: A second class has been added at the Pember for September 9 at 6PM. Beginning this August in Washington County & SoVT, The Gold Trout of Manchester Vermont is launching free programs at the Manchester Community Library in Manchester, Vermont and the Pember Library in Granville, New York. The on-site programs at the library this month
Beginner and experienced knitters and crocheters are encouraged to meet at the library between 3:30 and 5:00 PM on Wednesdays to teach each other and to learn from each other. The library will provide space for crafters to meet and to socialize while working on their yarn projects. The library will have a limited amount
Join us at the Pember Library at 6pm on Thursday, August 20, to hear David Starbuck talk about his work as an archaeologist in the Lake George area. Much 18th century military history took place in this part of New York. Starting about 1755, British and French troops along with Native Americans battled to gain
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.
Bad art has been flowing steadily into the Pember, and our second Annual “Dreadful Art” show, scheduled to open at August First Friday, promises to outdo last year’s event! Together with “Tacky Taxidermy” from the Pember Museum’s vaults, and a glorious sampling from MOBA’s (the Museum of Bad Art) permanent collection, we now have over
Join us Wednesday, July 29 for the next in our "Community Heroes" series. Sarah Twardy will talk about being a teacher and a coach.
Stories about Personal Safety! When: 11 am, Tuesday, August 4th. Where: Pember Library 33 West Main St Granville Come join the Youth Services Coordinator from the Domestic Violence Project for story time! We’ll be reading “Telling isn’t Tattling” by Kathryn M. Hammerseng to help encourage kids to talk to their parents about things that make them feel uncomfortable
Join us July 22 at 6PM when Vet Tech Jodie Prouty tells us what her job is all about!