Jobs @ the Library

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jobsPart-time Custodian

Interested applicants should submit a completed Town of Norwood Employment Application to ccanelli@norwoodma.gov.
For your convenience, you can access the relevant documents below.

Job Posting Part-Time Custodian
Town of Norwood Employment Application

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Water Wizards

Friday, June 27, from 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.

Presented by storWaterWizards-Graphic1yteller, Diane Edgecomb.  Ages 4 and up.  Registration required.

Let’s go where the wet things are in this entertaining  program with master storyteller Diane Edgecomb. We’ll act like CLAMS, JELLYFISH and LOBSTERS in the Native American legend: How Whales got their Spouts and explore the water cycle in Diane’s fun, water conservation tale: What Now, Cloacina?!! Check under Diane’s Wizard’s hat and you may find the secret potion that ends every Water Wizards performance with instant FOG!  Register by phone 781-769-0200 ext 225 or email norchild@minlib.net

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Beach Reads

Wednesday, June 25th, 2014 at 10:00 am and 7:30 pm

beach2Summer is officially here, and that means relaxing outside with a good book.  Join librarians Beth Goldman and Margot Sullivan for their fun and informative reviews of fiction, mystery, non-fiction, and whatever else strikes their fancy.  You never know, you may find your next great read!  No registration is required, refreshments will be served.

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ArtMatters – Impressionist Art and Artists

Monday July 21st, 2014 at 7:00 pm

impressionismCome to the library for a lecture by Beth Knaus from Art Matters about Impressionist art and artists.  Beth will bring 35-40 oversize color prints of Impressionist art and talk about the artwork and the artists who created them.

The Impressionists of 19th century Paris–painters of light, nature, and human nature–profoundly changed the way the world looked at art. The ripples from this revolutionary style of painting spread far and wide, influencing a totally new generation of artists.

Please sign up at the library Reference or Information Desk or call 781-769-0200, x110 or 222.

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