For the past eight years, James “Mac” McClelland has served the patrons of the Norman Williams Public library as a volunteer, helping in various capacities: repairing and repurposing books, staffing the circulation desk, and running the rare book sale during Bookstock each year. McClelland embodies a strong dedication to serving others–especially seniors–through his volunteer efforts, and […]
The Norman Williams Public Library thanks the Town of Woodstock and our many generous patrons for their continued support of our work. In July our Library officially closed its books on another successful year of providing a wide array of valuable services to our community. In the last fiscal year, NWPL once again worked to […]
ROAD TRIP? Listen to audio books and the miles will melt away– you’ll reach your destination before you realize you’ve left! Listening WITH children: The Fourteenth Goldfish by Jennifer L. Holm 11 year old Ellie has never liked change. She misses fifth grade. She misses her old best friend. She even misses her dearly departed goldfish. […]
Bookstock, our wonderful literary festival is nearly upon us, and with Bookstock comes the Bookstock Book Sale under the tent on the Green. Every year we raise thousands of dollars for the Norman Williams Public Library. Please consider joining us for book sorting, 9-4 beginning on Monday, July 18th and continuing until Friday, July 22nd […]
The Norman Williams Public Library is honored to be hosting a reception following Sarah Mitchell’s funeral at St. James Episcopal Church. The funeral is at 11:00 on Saturday, June 25; the reception will be in the library Mezzanine following the service.
The Norman Williams Public Library thanks you and all of our generous donors for another successful year of serving the Greater Woodstock Area. Our fiscal year ends on June 30, and your gift will really enable us to end the year on a positive note. Less than 40% of the library’s budget comes from the […]
Do you work or live in Barnard, Bridgewater, Pomfret, Reading, or Woodstock? Vital Communities is teaming up with Sustainable Woodstock to assess transportation needs in these communities. You have the chance win a $50 gift card to a locally owned business of your choice if you complete a 10-minute transportation survey. Click here to take […]
April in Woodstock: A Cultural and Educational Adventure -Submitted by Ron Miller and the April in Woodstock planning committee If you thought April in Paris is a special time, wait until you see April in Woodstock. April may be the “cruelest month” in northern New England because spring teases without quite arriving, but Woodstock, Vermont […]