Raffle Quilt
Ironworks Quilters members, Nancy Mozeliak and Iva Kinney, delivered the group's recently made and donated quilt, "Chandelier," as the library's 2023 raffle quilt.

The winning ticket was drawn at the January 8, 2024, board meeting.  The lucky winner was Gail Menzel, of New Jersey formerly of Pembroke.  Congratulations!

Teddy Bear Picnic

At the July 13, 2023, Li'l Bookworms Storytime for children ages 0-4 and their parents/caregivers, we held a Teddy Bear's Picnic on the lawn of the library.  Kids brought their own beloved teddy bears or other stuffed friends and enjoyed stories, sang songs, played games, went on a nature scavenger hunt, played with bubbles and had a light snack (complete with a bear-shaped sandwiches).  

Library's Float Wins 3rd Place at
Pembroke's July 4th Parade

With a parade theme of "Celebrating Pembroke's Shipbuilding History," it didn't take long for volunteers to come up with their 2023 creation.

Li'l Kids Art Show
May 2023 
PK through Grade 4
Charlotte, Pembroke, Perry & Sipayik




Last spring, members of Ironworks Quilters  donated a raffle quilt named "Sentimental Journey" to help raise funds for programs offered by your local library. The winning ticket was drawn on January 18, 2023. 

The winner is Jenny Gillies of Pembroke.


Getting Ready for Trunk and Treat, 2022
Library volunteers preparing treat bags for this years' Trunk and Treat event at the Pembroke American Legion.   

 ~ Annual Used Book Sale, August 27, 2022 ~

 ~ Pembroke 4th of July Parade 2022
You Tube Video of "Rolling Readers"

 ~ Potted Perennial Swap, May 28, 2022 ~

 ~ Charlotte Peasley Book Launch  "The Things I Write ~

8th grader, Charlotte Peasley of Charlotte Elementary School at her first book launch

Charlotte Peasley, an 8th grader at Charlotte Elementary, released her first book, "The Things I Write," a collection of short stories and poetry, at a book launch held at the library on May 18, 2022. 


Charlotte began the book-writing process through her Personal Learning Project (PLP).  PLPs are completed each year by all students in the upper classroom at Charlotte Elementary School.  During this year-long process, students identify interests and explore careers that might allow them to explore those interests.  As part of the project, students connect with adult mentors who are experts in the field the student is exploring. Through the PLP mentorship program, the student and the adult work together to set goals and complete activities that help the student better understand the field about which they are learning. 

There was standing room only at the event where Charlotte read selections from her book and happily signed copies.  Her book is available through

Proud mom, Erin Peasley (left), talks with Charlotte's classroom teacher, Ann Luginbuhl, at the event

Young author Charlotte Peasley and her mentor Christian Arnold

Quite a line waiting for Charlotte to sign copies of her new book

 ~ Community Day Expo ~
April 23, 2022

Charlie Sawyer displayed astronomy and astrophotography.

Wade and Donna Smith showed a huge assortment of rocks and minerals.

Lysa Intrator explained what owl pellets are and what you can find when you dissect them.

Dwight Lanpher showed pictures, drawings  and books about the 1845 Levathan Telescope in Ireland--the world's largest telescope at the time.

In addition to slides of various bugs, Fred Gralenski held a huge bald-faced hornet nest.

Used Romance Book Sale

Bake Sale

Used Mystery Book Sale