Due to popular demand, the crafting spots are full, and this program is closed to new participants as of February 25.
NPL wants to share our gratitude for you and encourage you to share what you are grateful for with us.
Need ideas for gifts? Check out the recommendations from our recent Pages in the Pub evening of discussing and celebrating books with the Norwich Bookstore,
Check out these upcoming October events at Norwich Public Library.
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.