Pembroke Public Library
237 Victoria St.
What do you want from your library?
The Pembroke Public Library is asking you what events and programs you'd like to see brought to the library.
Better still do you have a talent, skill or hobby that you'd like to showcase as a program?
Follow this link to fill in the survey form and click the submit button.
Christmas Craft Fair Vendors!
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Pembroke Public Library wishes to acknowledge and thank our museum program partners!
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Overdrive: our premier download site for ebooks, audiobooks and more!
Overdrive just for kids!
New French e-book database!
Link to Killaloe Public Library Digital Collection
The Pembroke Public Library exists to serve as a cultural focal point in providing access to print and non-print materials and programs to fulfill the educational and informational needs and to enhance the recreational and socio-cultural interests of all people of the community.
The support of the Government of Ontario through the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport is gratefully acknowledged for funding of our e-resources.
The Pembroke Public Library would like to acknowledge the support of the $15 Million Investment in Public Libraries for supporting several projects including collection development and computer accessibility.
The Library also thanks the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport for providing funding for our highspeed internet connectivity through the Ministry grant.
The Pembroke Public Library would like to acknowledge the support of the the Ministry's Capacity Building grant for collection development and technology upgrades.
The Pembroke Public Library would like to thank Industry Canada for funding for public access computers through the CAP program and funding through the CAP YI program to provide one on one assistance to patrons and to develop computer related educational material for the library on a contract basis.
The Pembroke Public Library would like to thank the City of Pembroke and the Township of Laurentian Valley for their support.