YOUTH VOICES The Norman Williams Public Library and the Vermont Standard have teamed up to form Youth Voices to provide an opportunity for local area youth to have a voice and to be heard by the community through print, video, online text, and photos through publication in the Vermont Standard newspaper. We want to honor […]
This year, Town Meeting will begin with School matters on Saturday, February 28, 10am. 2014 Annual Reports are available at NWPL in the Reading Room.
The Woodstock Green is once again a gallery of unique snow sculptures. The annual “Flurry” features the works of several sculptures who this year have benefited from an ample supply of snow.
The Norman Williams Public Library is looking for a tech savvy enthusiastic library lover to help us launch a Young Readers Digital Review Series and other digital projects. We envision a volunteer using our IPAD to work with our young patrons to record “1 Minute Reviews” of their favorite reads so that our other younger […]
http://www.startwiththeanswer.com/media.htmBob SeelertClick to see a video NWPL Business Effectiveness Series Starting in May, 2014, with a talk by Bob Seelert of Saatchi & Saatchi, the library began an initiative to host seminars and programs aimed at improving business and career skills. The “First Tuesday” Business Effectiveness series kicked off on August 6, 2014, with Understanding […]
The Friends of the Norman William Public Library is a completely separate organization and is not run by the library. It is a a non-profit tax deductible organization formed for the benefit of the Library. They provide special programs, activities and events that augment the Library’s mission to enrich the intellectual and cultural life of […]
More than a century ago, Dr. Edward H. Williams made a bequest in honor of his parents to provide Woodstock and surrounding towns with a library. You, too, can consider naming the Library in your will or estate plan and become a member of the Legacy Society. To Make a Planned Gift to the Library, consult with […]
Calling All Artists – Community Art Exhibit in Conjunction with The Flurry! “Art That Celebrates Winter” – A Winter Community Exhibition February 14 through March 31 Gallery on the Mezzanine at Norman Williams Public Library, Woodstock, VT Two-dimensional work in all media One piece per artist, framed and ready to hang Drop off of Artwork […]
Storm Closure We will be closed on Tuesday, January 27th due to the impending snowstorm. Thank you.