"A library is not a luxury but one of the necessities of life."
~ Henry Ward Beecher
The Friends of the Norton Public Library are a non-profit organization designed to stimulate community interest in library services and to support the library in providing these services. Through a program of volunteer, promotional, and fundraising activities, the Friends help acquire important materials and equipment beyond the limit of the library's regular operating budget. They also aim to inform the community of the library's resources, services, and needs.
Friends' Meetings are held in the Community Room at the library at 6:30 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month unless otherwise noted. Please check the calendar of events. Everyone is invited to join the Friends!
Email the Friends at:
Purchase gift cards for the Chateau on their website, select “Friends of Norton Library’ for the Community Sponsor and the Chateau will give the Friends 5% back every quarter.
Chateau gift cards make for great gifts!
Help the environment and the Library!
Recycle used ink cartridges of all types. Drop them in the box in the lobby or bring them to the circulation desk.
Thank you to all those who donated, baked and shopped at the Spring Plant & Bake Sale and Raffle Baskets. We had some happy winners and raised over $1,000!
|Vice President||Joanne Hadley|
|Recording Secretary||Jill Mathieu|
|Treasurer||Joan Casper||Membership Coordinator||Newsletter Publisher||Diane Rowe|
We can always use help. Making new member packets, sorting books for the booksale, fundraiser volunteers, baking for bake sales, running program events are some of the jobs with which you could help.
The Friends help support our membership in Museum Pass programs which allow YOU to gain a discounted rate to selected area museums!