Stitch Therapy November 25th

stitchtherapyJoin 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 Trustees Room unless otherwise noted from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. The dates for Stitch Therapy will change in the fall of 2014 and winter and spring of 2015 to Tuesdays:

November 25, January 20, February 17, March 17, April 21, May 19 and June 16.

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 norprograms@minlib.net.

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“The Lego Movie” November 28th 11am

lego movieJoin us on November 28th (the day after Thanksgiving) for a 11am morning showing of “The Lego Movie”  Rated PG and runs for 1 hour and 40 minutes.  Simoni Room.  Registration is required.  Email us at norchild@minlib.net or call 781-769-0200 ext 225.

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Evening of Harp Music

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014 at 7:00 pm

SONY DSCDr. Lizary Rodriguez Rios and her students will enchant and delight Norwood with a special evening of harp music. The concert will feature harp music from around the world. Don’t miss the chance to see this professional harpist perform in the Cushing Reading Room.  CDs of Lizary’s music will be available at the concert. You can learn more about Lizary and her music by visiting her website.

Please sign up for this concert by visiting or calling the Reference or Information Desk 781-769-0200 x110 or 222. You may also sign up by emailing norprograms@minlib.net.

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Fall Musical Sundays Concert Series: Spook Handy

Sunday, December 7th, 2014 at 3:00 pm

spookhandyOur fall Musical Sundays concert series concludes with a performance by New Jersey-based singer/songwriter, Spook Handy, called “America’s Story through Folk Songs.” Honoring the great traditions of American roots music, songs inspired by the Dust Bowl, Great Depression, Civil Rights Movements and the 60s and 70s peace movement are interwoven with new songs about the world we live in today. The passion, purpose, and spirit of American folk music are alive and well in this fun and uplifting concert.

Sign up for this concert, made possible through the library Endowment Fund, at the Reference or Information Desk or call 781-769-0200, x110 or 222. You may also sign up by emailing norprograms@minlib.net.

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