Pembroke Community Notices
March 31, 2021
Registrations for Fall Football and Cheer are open!
- All cheerleaders interested in trying out for competition cheer need to be registered by 5/3/2021. (Competition cheer fees will be billed separately once teams have been determined)
- Registration will close on 5/3/2021.
- It will re-open after cheer competition tryouts and remain open for sideline cheer and football until 08/15/2021 (including an additional late fee)
Click here to register now! Thank you!
Pembroke for Racial Justice: Media Club Zoom Meeting
Please join P4RJ as we discuss the documentary "True Justice: Bryan Stevenson’s Fight for Equality" (available for free on the Equal Justice Initiative's website, www.eji.org, or through HBO Max). This documentary follows 30 years of Bryan Stevenson’s work with the Equal Justice Initiative on behalf of the poor, the incarcerated, and the condemned, seeking to eradicate racial discrimination in the criminal justice system.
If interested, please email P4RJ to request a Zoom link: email@example.com
Pembroke for Racial Justice
Media Club- Discussion of the documentary "13th"
Thursday, April 22, 2021
Order a Pembroke P Flag and support the PHS Athletics Boosters
To order one click the link below.
GATRA Transportation Service
Service is available within the town of Pembroke and at these select destinations:
Hanson MBTA Station
Social Security Office (Hanover)
South Shore YMCA (Hanover)
Call 508-687-1911 to book or visit www.gatra.org/gatra-go-explore
April StoryWalk® with Wolfboy
Saturday, April 17th - Sunday, April 25thA StoryWalk® is an innovative and interactive way for readers of all ages to enjoy a story and the outdoors at the same time. Together you can read Wolfboy by Andy Harkness. Some pages will even have activities you can do to engage with the story! No registration required. Visit anytime during the week to enjoy the Walk; sunlight hours are recommended. If you visit when the library is open (hours below), you can visit the children's room inside to pick up a bunny craft! Social distancing and masks will be required. The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT, and developed in collaboration with the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. Storywalk® is a registered service mark owned by Ms. Ferguson.
Storytime To-Go Kit: Springtime
Available through April or while supplies last
Storytime To-Go aims to bring the experience of Storytime to you and your child by offering opportunities for developing early literacy skills. These Kits were created for ages 2 - 5 and include activities that support five skills that build a strong foundation for a reader: reading, talking, singing, writing, and playing together every day. April's Kit theme is SPRINGTIME. You and your child can create colorful flowers from glue and yarn, sing about raindrops, imagine your own garden, and more while building skills and creativity.
Take & Make Craft: Pipe Cleaner Bunnies
Available through April or while supplies last
Age 6 to adults are invited to sign up for this Take-and-Make Craft and create a family of pipe cleaner bunnies. These small rabbits can help brighten up a spring display! Craft available while supplies last.
Materials Provided (for 4 bunnies and 2 carrots): 8 pipe cleaners (varying colors), 2 orange pipe cleaners, 1 green pipe cleaner, 8 wiggle eyes, 4 medium pom-poms (tails), 4 small pom-poms (noses)
Materials Needed: glue, scissors, pen or pencil, marker, paintbrush (optional)
Hunger Games Trivia Night
Tuesday, April 13 from 7:00-8:15 pm
Teens and adults are invited to an evening of Hunger Games trivia. Test your knowledge of the bestselling books and hit movies! Open to teens and adults. Registration required; sign up by visiting Salem Public Library's online form (click or tap linked text). The Zoom link will be emailed to registrants the day before the program! This program is hosted by the Salem Public Library.
Saturday, April 17 at 2:30-3:30 pm
This gender-expansive yoga event is for ages 12 - 18 and promises a welcoming space for teens anywhere along the gender spectrum to learn yoga amongst their peers, allies, and siblings in a supportive, open-hearted environment. No prior yoga experience needed but a student’s recognition, understanding, and whole-hearted support of gender diversity is a pre-requisite to join. Registration required; sign up by visiting SShAGLY's online form (click or tap linked text). Emails with session information will be sent one day before the event. This class will be taught via Zoom by Alexandra De Collibus of Sweet Pea Yoga, Southborough, MA. This program is hosted by SShAGLY.