Build a Better Retirement August 2, 6:30 PM
Summer reading for adults. Why should kids have all the fun this summer?? You too can have fun by participating in the Pember Library’s Adult Summer Reading Program “Build a Better World” July 12–August 16. Learn some ways to plan for your retirement without sacrificing your basic needs. Russ Antonacci and Alex Lambiaso will be the
Build a better Family Tree with Lisa Dougherty July 26 6:30 PM
Summer reading for adults. Why should kids have all the fun this summer?? You too can have fun by participating in the Pember Library’s Adult Summer Reading Program “Build a Better World” July 12–August 16. Genealogy, or the study of family history, has been described as the “fastest-growing hobby in America”. With the popularity of television
Build a Better World – with Bees: Stewart Dittmeier July 19, 6:30 PM
Summer reading for adults. Why should kids have all the fun this summer?? You too can have fun by participating in the Pember Library’s Adult Summer Reading Program “Build a Better World” July 12–August 16. Stewart Dittmeier, operator of Country Horizon Apiary, will speak about the ins and outs of running a successful beekeeping venture and
Pember Board Meeting
July 20, 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.
Lego Club Wednesday afternnon
Children of all ages are welcome to join our Lego Club. We will meet every Wednesday afternoon. We have a small Lego table and several thousand Lego pieces. For our first few meetings, we will have “free build” — put blocks together any way you want. Other meetings may include a robot theme or outer
A Good Yarn ~ Wednesdays at 3PM
Beginner and experienced knitters and crocheters are encouraged to meet at the library between 3:00 and 4:30 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
First Friday July 7, 7-9 pm
Pember First Friday Features: Artist Reni Wulfken, “Songer-singwriter” Neal Herr, and Lavenlair Farm. The Pember is pleased to welcome German-born artist Reni Wulfken for a first time exhibit at the July First Friday on July 7. She lived and studied painting in Venice, Florida and is newly returned to this area. Reni has been drawing and painting
Adult Summer Reading Challenge
Our adult summer reading program includes this challenge! Stop in to the library July 1 or after to pick up your game sheet.   Your mission should you decide to accept it, is to complete a vertical, horizontal, or diagonal line by reading or watching the items in the boxes. Fill in the requested information for each.
Draw with Jen
Join us at the Pember, 33 West Main St in Granville, for “Draw with Jen” July 11, July 18, and July 25 at 1PM.  Jennifer Dashef will be sketching some of the animals in the museum and she would love to have you join her. This is not a class but a fun get-together. There
Build a Better World ~ Summer Reading for Adults
Summer reading for adults. Why should kids have all the fun this summer?? You too can have fun by participating in the Pember Library’s Adult Summer Reading Program “Build a Better World” July 12–August 16. We plan a series of talks on how to build YOUR world better. Wednesdays at 6:30 PM July 12 ~ Build a
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 ~