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Norwood Public Library will be closed today, due to inclement weather.
Start the new year with some great books and win prizes from the Norwood Public Library! Our Winter Reading Challenge begins January 1st. The winner of the teen and adult challenges will be drawn on February 28th.
Children can read and earn a free book by filling out this gameboard.
Norwood Public Library will be closed due to poor weather conditions on February 16, 2021.
Norwood Public Library will be closed on Thanksgiving Day. Library appointments are available today (11/24) and tomorrow (11/25). Friday the library will reopen for curbside service. There is no interlibrary loan delivery this week as the staff at North Country Library system is taking a well deserved break. We are thankful for our wonderful community.
Due to the increase in COVID-19 cases within St.Lawrence County, we have made the difficult decision to suspend library appointments beginning on Friday, November 27, 2020. Curbside services will continue during the library's regular operating hours. Please note that curbside services include checkouts, printing requests, copying requests, and sending faxes. The Norwood Public Library is reverting to Phase 3* of it's reopening plan, as outlined below. We appreciate your patience as we endevour to provide excellent service while keeping our patrons and families safe.
Interested in spreading some holiday joy during the pandemic? Norwood Public Library is participating in a project to send holiday cards to nursing homes, Assisted Living, Meals on Wheels, and Senior housing in the 4 counties within the North Country Library System. We are asking patrons who are interested to get cards or make them. Sign them with your first name only, put them in an envelope, and drop them in the library bookdrop by December 3rd. Spread the word!
Congratulations to our 2020 Scariest Story Winners! We were excited to receive 61 submissions for this teen contest this year. The judges had some tough choices to make!
The winner of the Most Creative prize is August Simcox for his story "Worlds Beyond".
The Scariest Setting prize goes to Makayla Lashomb for her story "The Cabin".
The winner of the Best Ending prize is Logan Bradley.
Each teen wins a $25 gift certificate to the Brewer Bookstore. Enjoy these scary stories here!