Services

GET A LIBRARY CARD

There is no charge for a library card. Come to the library with identification showing your name and current address. A photo ID is best. Norwood High School students may use a school ID. Children through grade 8 need a parent or guardian’s signature and ID. If you work in Norwood bring a pay stub. If you have a card from another Minuteman Library you can use it at Norwood. If you lose your library card you will charged $1.00 to replace it. A lost card should be reported to the Circulation Department immediately so that you will not be responsible for items you did not check out.

GET A PIN

A PIN (Personal Identification Number) will let you check your library account on the web 24 hours a day, see what you have checked out and when it is due, renew items and place requests. You can set your own PIN on the Minuteman web site if you have a library card. If you forget your PIN you must come to the Circulation Department to have it removed so you can select another PIN. PINs can not be changed over the phone or by e-mail.

MAKE A REQUEST

We welcome your requests. You can request an item by filling out a slip at the Circulation, Children’s, or Reference Desk, by calling the library or by finding the item in the Minuteman catalog. To reserve using the catalog you need your library card and a PIN. Ask if you need help. If you decide you do not need an item you have requested you must cancel your request before it arrives. A $.50 fee is assessed for requests that are not picked up.

The Morrill Memorial Library offers an array of community services:

  • The Outreach Department can arrange delivery of books, recorded books, videos or DVDs to Norwood residents unable to come to the library due to special needs, illness or disability. Call 781-769-0200, x228 or 104.
  • Community Groups meet at the library. Check the Events Calendar for details.
  • Literacy Volunteers offer free confidential tutoring for adults in basic English or English for speakers of other languages. Call 781-769-4599 or email lvamml@minlib.net.

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