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

To search our Card Catalog  from the convenience of your home using your own device or phone, visit "Library World."   You will need to enter the library name, pemlibrary; no password is necessary.

Li'l Kids ART SHOW May 1-31

Plant Swap - May 27

Summer Reading
Program--coming soon

Li'l Bookworms
Thursdays, 10-11 am
Used Book Shop Open
Saturdays, 9 to noon

Used Book Shop
Volunteers Lysa and Mona (and others) have spent many hours organizing the library's Used Book Shop on the second floor.  It's open on Saturday mornings, 9 am to 12 noon.  And remember, it's handicap accessible.

"New Arrivals"
near the circulation desk  

Lots of moving and cleaning has been going on in the main room of the library.  We're working on the "Maine Collection" of fiction and non-fiction Maine books as well as other areas These include: large print books, DVDs, audio books and over-sized books.  We're also updating the entire fiction and biography collections.

Maine Collection now greets patrons at the main door.

All large print books are easy to find with new signage.

Audio books are now located beside the movies.

New DVDs have been added to our Movies Collection.

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.

One of the two new (2023) computers for patron's use.  We offer free computer use during regular library hours and FREE wifi 24/7 in the parking lot.

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