The Norwood Public Library is excited to offer both in-person and online programming this summer. This summer’s theme, “Tails and Tales,” explores the animal kingdom in fiction and nonfiction. Our programs are free and open to children of all abilities. The fun begins July 1st!
Weekly early literacy storytimes will be held in the library gazebo and online on our Facebook page. Join us for stories, poems, rhymes, and crafts. We’ll learn about a variety of animals during this weekly program.
Teen Tuesdays will be held at 7pm in July at the library. Activities include an animal origami workshop, animal manga, an escape room, and a movie night. Teens are also invited to a special Film Workshop with Director Meg MacDonald on Saturday, July 31st from 12-2pm.
Norwood Public Library has partnered with the Norwood Recreation Department to hold “Library at the Beach” on Thursdays at 12:30pm, beginning July 8th. This program features beach stories, literacy activities, and crafts for children.
Local artist Kris Rozelle is once again teaming up with Norwood Public Library to offer an interactive art program, Art and Tails Around the World, for children ages 5 & up. This program begins July 7th. Space is limited and registration is required. This project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and administered by the St. Lawrence Council Arts Council.
All ages are encouraged to track their reading for a chance to win prizes this summer! Sign up nowlibny10.readsquared.com All children will earn a free book and prizes from our Tails and Tales Store!