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No downloading, no hassle! Waiting for Girl on a Train or All the Light We Cannot See? These titles are 2 of 45 titles available on our new e-readers. Wanting to try out an eReader before committing to purchasing one?

eReaders can be borrowed by patrons 18 or over with a library card and I.D. A Borrower’s Agreement must be signed each time. Please return eReaders to the desk during open hours. No additional titles are allowed to be downloaded.

July 6, 2015
July 20, 2015
July 27, 2015
August 10, 2015
August 17, 2015
August 31, 2015

Partners and refreshments provided. Experienced bridge directors are here to assist. 

$6 per week or $30 per six-week session. 


The Children's Summer Program Flyer is out! Come on in and register for Summer Programs today! .. Please note that the Summer Reading Club Sign up kicks-off June 20th.


Our display cabinet in the front entrance has recently been filled with a series of “did you know…?” questions about the library.  Here are a couple more items for the list:


-    For more information on these classes please see flyer in the front foyer.

-    Call Beverly Sneath 905-892-5868 or e-mail

-    Pre-Registration required for all classes

-    Cartooning, Painting, Art FUN week and Teen Drawing.


  • The calendar says it is Spring, even if the weather is slow in catching on.  Spring is traditionally a time of renewal or new life.  Hopefully you will have noticed a few signs of renewal in the library as well – this new section of the website being one example.  I hope to keep you up to date on some of the ongoing work of the Library Board and Administration. 
  • 2015 marks the beginning of a new term of the library board.

Is there a mad scientist in your family?

Join us for 1 hour of hands-on science

Each child will get to conduct crazy science experiments with their own teen buddy!

Limited to 15 participants on a first come first serve basis (REGISTRATION REQUIRED)

Tuesdays 4:30 - 5:30

Cost: FREE

Ages 6-10


Look out for out "New" Teacher section on our website. Coming soon . The Pelham Public Library has had great enjoyment in partnering with the District School Board Niagara and the Niagara Catholic District School Board in the Pelham area schools. We have some great resources for teachers to meet your curriculum needs. Library Visits are always available. Just contact Jennifer Bennett , by e-mail, or phone 905-892-6443.


Be aware that your account number and pass code are needed for all of these services. If you are having trouble renewing, putting holds, or borrowing on Overdrive or using any of the other online services, your account may be blocked for a number of reasons. Please call the library to check to see if your card has expired or if you have outstanding fines or long overdue books.

September 16, 2015
October 14, 2015

“One-to-One Help” with a volunteer tech tutor. Get help with web browsing, webmail account set-up, e-books, social media, editing and sharing your photos and more. Includes use of laptop or BYOG (bring your own gadget).

Register and pay ahead in person. $5.00 per 1/2 hour. 

See also Saturday Gadget Clinic.