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You can opt to see your borrowing and holds history.  Log into "My Account", select the "Account Preferences" tab, select the "Search and History Preferences" tab and check the appropriate boxes.  You will be able to see your history from that date forward.


Due to a change in Apple’s privacy policies, OverDrive had to make changes to the way it handles licensing of EPUB eBooks and MP3 audiobooks.  As a result, you may be prompted to re-authorize your Adobe ID. Audiobook users that have only partially downloaded an audiobook will need to return to the library bookshelf to download any missing parts.  Please see the following articles for patron assistance:


In 2012, the Pelham Historical Society, in partnership with the Pelham Public Library digitized the Pelham Historical Calendars and made them publicly available on the Internet. Find the link on the Pelham Library website or visit This year, student Sean Lewis is returning to preserve information about Pelham high schools. The plan is to scan as many documents and photos as possible to record the history of Pelham high schools, including Fonthill High, Thorold-Fonthill High, and Pelham District High.


Overdrive has changed. It is now a lot easier to use and has a much cleaner look. To see an overview of some of the changes, check the video.

A Digital Book Tour is also available.

Get started with your particular advice through the How-to Videos.


After the recent Evergreen upgrade, Safari on Apple devices will no longer log into Evergreen. Please try the following browsers:

Firefox or Chrome on Mac OS X


For everyone who participated in the Canadian Library Month Quiz, here are the answers. What surprised you?

  1. How many years has the Pelham Public Library been in existence?

a)     50 years

b)     79 years

c)    160 years


  1. What is the name of our branch in Fenwick?

Maple Acre Branch



October 1st marks the beginning of Canadian Public Library Month with the theme of “Libraries Connect.” The Pelham Public Library is already celebrating with displays, cake, a quiz contest, and much more. Check the display directly inside the Fonthill Branch for some interesting facts about the Pelham Library then and now.


The Pelham Historical Society calendars are now available on line, thanks to a grant from the Canada Summer Jobs program. Local student Sean Lewis worked hard to scan these "out of print calendars" which were published beginning in 1977. This joint project between The Pelham Historical Society and The Pelham Public Library is hopefully the first of many designed to make the Pelham Historical Society's collection accessible to the wider community.


New in the Catalogue and good news for Overdrive ebook and e-audio book users:

Find our new books quickly: Visit the New Book page to find the latest adult fiction, non-fiction and DVDs and get right to our catalogue to place a reserve.