Pembroke Library
221 Old County Road, Pembroke, ME 04666
207-726-4745 email:

Tuesday, 9 am to noon and 3 pm to 5 pm
Wednesday, 3 pm to 5 pm Thursday, 9 am to noon Friday, 3 pm to 5 pm
Saturday, 9 am to noon Sunday and Monday, Closed

PLEASE NOTE: The library will be closed Thanksgiving week

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New Mystery Series

The Veronica Speedwell Mystery Series by Deanna Raybourn has recently been added to our shelves. It is a historical mystery series set in Victorian England, featuring intrepid adventuress and sleuth Veronica Speedwell.

see Upcoming Events for details

Trim-a-Tree Party
Sat, Dec. 3, 10 to 11 am

After-School Story Time
Tuesdays from 3 to 4

Li'l Bookworms
Story Time for kids 0-4, Thursdays at 10

Used Book Shop Open
Saturdays, 9 to noon

Just in time for Christmas shopping
Hand painted by Joan Dodge

These special ornaments will become a keepsake to be enjoyed for years to come. They also make lovely Christmas gifts.
$10 at the circulation desk.

DVDs Available to Check Out

The library offers dozens and dozens of DVD movies for patrons to check out.

They have been moved to a new shelf near the circulation desk to make browsing easier.

DVDs for kids are still found in the Children's Room.


Members of Ironworks Quilters recently donated a raffle quilt named "Sentimental Journey" to help raise funds for the many programs offered by your local library.

With the drawing to be held in December, you have lots of time to stop in to get your tickets ($1 each or 6/$5). Call for alternative ways to get your name in the ticket jar.

A display of stuffed birds has been recently donated to the library by the Pembroke Masonic Lodge.

The two cases are located on the second floor and are available for all to see. Remember the second floor is handicap accessible.

A view of the stacks in the main library looking toward our unique rocking chairs and table.

Another view of some of the stacks in the main room.

A very cozy window seat for some leisurely and quiet reading--just need a cup of tea.

A view of the three computers for patron's use. We offer computer use during regular library hours and FREE wifi 24/7 in the driveway.

New arrivals are located just inside the main entrance.

Cheerful volunteers (behind their masks), Linda and Ginnie, are two of the many volunteers at the library.