It takes a number of people – with responsibilities that are both on the front lines and behind the scenes — to make the operations of the Town of Pelham Public Library function. In Bookmark’s periodic “Meet the Staff” feature, we introduce...Read more
See What the Library’s Elementary School-Aged Book Clubs Are Reading in December!
See below for what the Library’s new elementary school-aged book clubs are reading this December! First-Grade Book Club: Emily’s First 100 Days of School Monday, December 10, 4:30 – 5 p.m. The club is focusing on Emily’s First 100...Read more
Sat., Dec. 1: Elder Law Presentation on Protecting Your Assets
Elder law attorney Pat Micek returns to the Library to give an important presentation on how to protect your assets so that you can leave them for your children. In addition to learning how to protect assets from nursing home costs, attendees...Read more
Knit Happens on Monday Nights at the Library!
Love to knit? Want to learn? Gather your needles and yarn and join us every Monday night for an informal adult needlework group from 6:30 – 8:45 p.m. Knitters of all abilities are welcome, but beginners planning to attend should call...Read more
Monday, December 3: Author Talk With Pelham’s Rachel Cullen on Her New Book — “Only Summer”
Come to the Library on Monday, December 3 from 7 – 8:30 p.m. for this Author Talk featuring Pelham resident and novelist Rachel Cullen. Cullen will discuss her latest book, Only Summer, which is told from the beaches of Cape Cod, the...Read more
RESCHEDULED: Now on Thursday, December 20 — Workshop on Paying for a College Education
This event, originally scheduled for Thursday, November 15, has been rescheduled for Thursday, December 20. Parents, along with high school students preparing for college, should plan on attending this workshop on paying for a college education...Read more
Saturday, November 10: PJ Library Friends, Stories And Songs Focuses on Hanukkah
One Saturday every other month, Marjut Herzog, Education Chairperson at the Pelham Jewish Center, comes to the Library to lead this program featuring delightful tales, hands-on activities, songs and more about Jewish culture, heritage and...Read more
Looking for Festive Books, Movies, Music? Check Out the Library’s E-Resources!
The Library’s e-resources are worth browsing any time of the year — but during this celebratory time, they may be especially valuable as we desire books, movies and music specific to the season. Go to OverDrive, Freegal, Kanopy or...Read more
Thursday, November 8: Creative Networking Seminar, Led by a Career Counselor
This seminar, conducted by a career counselor, will be held on Thursday, November 8 fro 7 – 8:30 p.m. It will focus on teaching attendees about creative approaches to networking including: learning how to build relationships to get...Read more
The Library’s First Through Fourth Grade Book Clubs: A Chance to Enjoy Books in a Relaxed Atmosphere
Young readers (and their parents) take note! The Library now has four children’s book clubs, one each for grades 1 – 4. Since all four ramped up in September, the clubs have read a wide range of age-appropriate books, from the Alien and Possum...Read more
September 29 Is K-Day! Pelham Kindergarteners, Come Get a Library Card!
K-day is coming! The Pelham Public Library’s K-Day is an annual event, held during Library card sign-up month, when children entering kindergarten can get their first library cards. This year, it will be held on Saturday September 29th from...Read more
See What the Library’s Book Clubs for Adults Have in Store for October
This October, check out either of the Library’s two Book Clubs for adults. The After-Dark Book Club meets on Thursday, October 4 at 7:30 p.m., and the 2nd-Friday Book Club meets on Friday, October 12 at 10:30 a.m. Both clubs are open to...Read more