Thanks to a generous grant from the State of Pennsylvania, we have a LOT of really fun blocks, everything from large wooden shapes to Lincoln Logs to Magna Tiles. We invite families and children (under 6) to come in and play and build!
Next session will be Monday, November 27 at 6pm. C’mon in and build!
Thanks to many generous donors, we have enough Lego bricks to REALLY have fun!
Next gathering? Tuesday, Nov. 21 at 6:30pm. These are regular-sized Lego bricks, so please, no little ones. It’s just open-play building. Let’s see what your kids can do!
Our Eclipse Event – August 21 from 1-4PM
Join us at the library for this special Event. We will be giving away FREE GLASSES for VIEWING, while supplies last.
Eclipse Safety Tips
- Never look at the sun without eye protection
- If your eclipse glasses are scratched or damaged in any way, they are NOT safe to use.
- Dark Sunglasses are NOT adequate protection during an eclipse.
- Make sure your eclipse glasses have ISO 12312-2:2015 on them.
Writers tend to be so self-critical; let’s focus on the positive!
What’s working for your story? Who are your characters? What else could you try?
Let me try to help you find a new tool, book, website, app, blog – whatever I can find! – to work through your issues or get inspired.
We’re meeting the first Saturday of each month from 2:00-3:30 at Norwin Public Library.
Please email or call Amanda Mitchell at 724-863-4700 x 112
Do I have to sign up?
No, but registration is requested. It helps me know how many people to expect.
Do I have to share my work?
No way! We’ll also have short discussions about writing … and pizza. Shy people welcome!
Can I register online?
Absolutely! Email Amanda at firstname.lastname@example.org or click here!
Can I still come if I only have an idea for a story?
Yes! Please do! Everyone has to start somewhere. Maybe this is the encouragement you need.
Do I have to be a member of your library?
Nope, but you do need a card to check out books. It’s free, so why not?
What age group is this intended for?
I had high school students in mind, but college-aged students and middle school aged students are also welcome.
The Book Club on Fleek is on point with today’s meaningful literature. Never boring, always thought-provoking, Book Club on Fleek brings new and fresh ideas to the discussion table. Aimed at millennials, books chosen will deal with a wide range of social and current issues, and how today’s younger generation deals with the world around them. This club meets the second Wednesday of each month at 6:30pm.
Current Selection for August:
We Were Liars / E. Lockheart.
Recent Books include:
|Everything I Never Told You / Celeste Ng.||Tell The Wolves I’m home : A Novel / Carol Rifka Brunt.||The Night Circus : A Novel / Erin Morgenstern.|
You are invited to join the Norwin Public Library’s cozy mystery book club, the “Cozies.” Cozy mysteries are fun, easy to read books, that are funny, downplay violence and and often take place in a small town. The book club meets the first Monday of every month at 6:30pm.
The Norwin Nibblers Cookbook Club is a cooking group that takes inspiration from cookbooks. Every month, each member selects a recipe from a cookbook curated by our staff, and brings the cooked dish to a group meeting at the library.
Norwin Nibblers is open to everyone and meets on the third Wednesday of the month at 12:00PM.
|Farm to Fork : Cooking Local, Cooking Fresh / Emeril Lagasse.||Make it ahead : a Barefoot Contessa cookbook / Ina Garten.||The Book Lover’s Cookbook. / Shaunda Kennedy Wenger & Janet Kay Jensen.|