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Viola Sastavickas was a life-long resident of Norwood and used the library frequently. The family of Viola Sastavickas made a donation to the Morrill Memorial Library in 2007 in order to create a permanent scholarship in the amount of $500. According to her daughter Kathy the scholarship is “a fitting tribute to our beautiful mother and to the library and staff who treated her with great respect and affection.”
This scholarship was to be awarded annually to a current or former library employee or library volunteer for one of the following purposes: undergraduate or graduate school, a formal course of study, or an enrichment opportunity (continuing education). The scholarship will once again be awarded in 2015 thanks to the generosity of the Sastavickas Family.
This scholarship has been awarded eight times since 2007:
- Elizabeth Porter, 2007
- Lauren Bailey, 2008
- Carolyn Bradley, 2009
- Jillian Goss, 2010
- Samantha Sherburne, 2011
- Odhran O’Carroll, 2012
- Laura Hogan, 2013
- Hallie Miller, 2014
A brief application form is available online or from the library. Please contact Library Director Charlotte Canelli at 781-769-0200, ext 101. Applications are due by May 22, 2015. The scholarship will be awarded by June 30, 2015.
We will remain closed on Tuesday January 27th.
Unless otherwise noted, we will resume normal hours on Wednesday January 28th. Please call ahead if there is any question 781-769-0200.
We will be closed New Year’s Day, Thursday, 01/01/15, and we will resume normal hours on Friday at 10:00 am.
Happy New Year’s, everyone!
Monday October 6th, 2014 – Launch date
Hoopla digital is now available to every Norwood resident! Hoopla provides free easy access to stream and temporarily download thousands of movies, TV shows, music albums, and audiobooks. There is no waiting list or reserve process for these titles, and no late fees. Allison Palmgren, our Technology Librarian, has created a simple how-to video to learn how to start using hoopla. Or, you can follow along with these written directions. To use hoopla, Norwood residents will need a valid library card and an email address. Everyone can borrow up to 5 titles per month, and each title will list the exact borrowing time period. We strongly recommend downloading the hoopla digital app from the iTunes app store or Android market so you can download content on you smartphone or tablet and take it with you. You can stream content directly to your home computer. Visit hoopladigital.com and Sign Up to get started!
Have questions? Ask Allison Palmgren, the Technology Librarian, or Liz Reed, Adult Services Librarian, 781-769-0200 x110. Happy hoopla!