Book Discussion Groups At The Norwin Library

A book club of fiction and non-fiction selections with a hard science theme.

Classics, modern literature, award winners. This club focuses on the books you've heard about... but just haven't gotten around to.

A book club for children in grades 3-5.

For older teens and young adults. Books authored by and for young people.

Small town mysteries with more humor than blood and violence.

Don’t Add Water! Origami Flowers Programs For All Ages

Origami is the art of paper folding, an art form often associated with Japanese culture, although is a tradition in other cultures.
Come join us for an afternoon introduction. We focus on creating flowers and other forms that are beautiful yet deceptively easy to fold.

For more information on sessions, contact Krista Brown at 724-863-4700 x 4 for more information.

Even if you don't have time for one of our sessions, you can still get started in paper-folding with one of the books in our collection. Here are just a few of the paper folding books that you can check out at the library.

Origami : the fun and funky art of paper folding Easy origami decorations / by Christopher Harbo. 500 paper objects : new directions in paper art / Gene McHugh,