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Join stitchers of all types (knitters, crocheters, cross-stitchers, etc.) for Stitch Therapy. Motivate yourself to start or finish a project or to learn a new craft by watching others. This is an informal group of stitchers helping stitchers. No formal instruction is planned.
Stitch Therapy will be held in the Simoni Room unless otherwise noted from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm on the following Tuesdays:
February 16, March 15, April 19, May 17, June 21.
Space is limited; please register for this group by visiting or calling the library, 781-769-0200 x110 or x222. You may also sign up by emailing email@example.com.
Charlotte Canelli is the library director of the Morrill Memorial Library in Norwood, Massachusetts. Read Charlotte’s column in the January 14, 2016 edition of the Norwood Transcript and Bulletin.
I belong to several professional organizations for librarians, and the largest of these is the American Library Association. ALA has been holding annual conferences in June since 1876. In fact, it held one of its first summer conferences right here in Boston in 1879 with its largest participation in its then five-year history – 162 members.
The numbers have grown, and currently, there are less than ten cities large* enough to host the annual ALA conference (held in June) with the highest number of attendees nearly 30,000 (Washington, DC in 2007). Other annual conferences destinations are Anaheim, Las Vegas, New Orleans and Chicago. (*Large conference cities are those who can house the attendees to area hotels and shuttle them back and forth between the event venues.) (more…)
The Book Sale will be held on Saturday October 31 and Sunday November 1.
A special Preview Event will be held on Friday, October 30, 1:00 pm through 4:45 pm for all Friends of the Library. You may join that day.
The Book Sale continues on Saturday, October 31, from 9:00 am – 4:45 pm. A bag sale will be held on Sunday, November 1, from 2:00 pm – 4:45 pm.
Donations are always accepted all year long, but … please bring only books and paperbacks in good condition, non-fiction published within the last 5 years, recent best sellers, classic titles in excellent condition and materials about Norwood. Textbooks are accepted if they are in good condition.
Sorry, we cannot use books in worn, torn or poor condition, computer manuals, condensed books, magazines or books with outdated information. Please recycle these items in the town’s curbside bins.
Did you know that you can send comments and suggestions to the director right from our website? Use this link.
Read the answer to the latest comment (above title) here.