Asphodel-Norwood Public Library is accepting resumes for a new youth intern contract position called Career Focus.
Our intern will be updating our website, developing marketing tools for the library, developing brochures, and providing technical support to our patrons, among other duties.
Please check out the details at Career Focus.
Resumes are due by Friday December 4, 2015 at 5:00pm!
Drop by and pick up a book about our veterans. Both branches have a wide selection of reading material related to wars and the Canadians who fought in them. Remember our Veterans on November 11.
Drop by either branch of the library this month for Mysterious Creatures and Critters crafts and activities!! While you’re visiting, enjoy a nice hot cup of coffee, tea or hot chocolate from our Keurig machines for just $1.50. Get some help from one of our staff on how to use your e-reader to download books from OverDrive.
Check the Township website and calendar for local news and events.
Come in to the Norwood Branch for Preschool Storytime on Friday mornings and activities on Tuesday nights.
Drop in to the Westwood Branch for crafts on Mondays and Wednesdays, Moms & Tots drop-in on Thursdays and Saturday morning crafts.
Asphodel-Norwood Public Library always has great new books to books to check out – if we don’t have it, you can ask for it to be added to our suggestion list, or if it’s an older title, we may be able to borrow it from another library. Check out our Online Catalogue to search for books or check your account.
Check out our activity schedule, newsletter or computer tutorials by clicking any of the links below:
November 2015 Events Calendar
Hayley – November Calendar
Asphodel-Norwood Public Library now has a new pool of books – The Book Club Pool Collection is a set of ten books of one title, designed for book clubs but available to everyone.
If you have, or would like to start, a book club then contact the library to see about borrowing multiple copies.
The next book in our Book Club Collection is The invention of wings by Sue Monk Kidd.
Visit LitLovers for a summary and discussion questions for your book club.
Try out the new Kid’s Version on the ANPL Catalogue. There are themes to customize your look, big green buttons to let you know the item is in the library, and a bookbag to keep track of the books you want to read.
All the same information as the regular catalogue, but a lot more fun to use!
Try out the Kid’s Catalogue today and let us know what you think.
There is a special reading room at OverDrive made especially for children and youth.
Try out the Kid’s Reading Room today.
And don’t forget to visit the library branches for games, crafts and story times.
Our Norwood Branch has Pre-school Story Time every Friday morning at 10am.
Check out the Moms & Tots drop-in program at our Westwood Branch on Thursday mornings.