Lego Club for Kids
LEGO Club will be held Monday, August 31, 4:00-5:00 p.m. at the library. Children under 6 years old must be accompanied by an adult. Come to the library to see the LEGO creations on display.
There will be no Monday at the Movies for adults until further notice.
Mother Goose Moments
“Mother Goose Moments” an interactive story-time for babies through preschool, will be held Tuesday September 1, 10:30 a.m. Bring your little ones for new musical games, stories and snacks.
“It’s All About the Books Book Club”
“It’s All About the Books Book Club” will meet September 8th at 7:00 p.m. in the Norton Public Library Community Room. The club will discuss “Quite a Year for Plums” by Bailey White. All adults are welcome to attend.
September 3rd at 10:30 story-time fun will feature “Fall Harvest”. The library staff will be sharing stories, songs, games and a craft about “Fall Harvest.” Come Join the “corny” fun!
Thanks to everyone who helped with our Summer Reading Program!
Norton Public Library Staff wants to thank everyone who helped and presented during the Summer Reading Program. The Norton Public Library Staff would like to congratulate these prize winners. The winners in the Preschool division were Alexis Kohfeld and Graham Douglas, Evie Vance and Zyrek Mandl won the mediums size bikes & Reilly Manning and Corwyn Cox won the big bikes. Sydney Kleinschmidt and Ashley Herring won the Teen Prize. The adult winners were Beverly Kindler and Sonya Montgomery.
Teen Fun Nights
“Teen Fun Night” activities are completed for this summer.
Sunflower E-Library and Zinio Online Magazines
Please don’t forget to check out books from Sunflower E-Library and check out magazines from Zinio to help out the circulation count at Norton Public Library.
Don’t forget that the library has a 3-D printer for use by the public.
Now available for the community’s use at the library is a 27 inch laminator.
Displays for July, August, September
Betsy Jakowski is sharing her beautiful wool applique.
Ron Ridley is showing his large collection of law enforcement memorabilia.
In the Art Gallery we are pleased to have Anna Burge’s art work.
The Lego Club is showing their recent brilliant creations.
Please stop by the library and enjoy our new displays.