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The Pelham Free Public Library connects people, information and ideas to foster life-long learning, literacy and community.


As both a school and community library, the welcoming and knowledgeable staff is committed to supporting the personal and educational growth of students and patrons. The Library offers a rich variety of print and digital resources, lectures, workshops and performances.

The Pelham Free Public Library provides:

free and unfiltered access to information and ideas through a broad range of materials in a variety of formats including print, audio, digital media, and online;

opportunities for enrichment, entertainment, and community-building through regularly-scheduled lectures, workshops, performances, and other special events;

support and encouragement of learning at every stage of life;

a home and appropriately-monitored resources for the Pelham School Library and its entire community of students, parents, and staff;

a History Room and Archives Collection as a repository for documentary materials about Pelham’s people, history and culture, including the town’s experience of Shay’s Rebellion.


During school hours, students use the facility for class research and quiet reading time. Afternoons, evenings, and weekends the library is available to residents of Pelham and neighboring communities.


The current Pelham Free Public Library building, a combination public and elementary school library, opened its doors in March of 2000.
Architects: J. Stewart Roberts, Associates. Cambridge, MA

Staff Contacts

Name Title
Jodi Levine Director
Rosalba Baroni-Booth School Librarian
Jessica Lamson
Sally Goldin
Ashley Rodkey
Ruthie Sterling

Library Trustees

Gayle Barton
Jaques Graton
Gillian Duda
Rosemary Agoglia
Gregory Wardlaw
Michael Hussin