Norwich Public Library and the Norwich Historical Society host 1st Wednesdays beginning October 2020. 1st Wednesdays is a program of the Vermont Humanities Council.
We’re looking forward to International Talk Like a Pirate Day and teaming up with the Norwich Historical Society for their The Circles Project.
At our Art History Social Hours, Norwich Public Library brings a short art history talk accompanied by questions and conversation.
Join us on two Mondays in August for a facilitated discussion of Vermont’s perception of Civil Rights from 1945-1968.
Norwich Public Library is sponsoring an online community reading of “What to the Slave is the 4th of July?” on July 6 at 6:30 pm.
Join the library on three consecutive Mondays at noon beginning June 15 for a Frederick Douglass discussion group.
Calling all fans of Sally Rooney!
Finding a good read, even in the best of times, can be challenging.
186 votes were cast in this year’s contest!