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WE ARE OPEN!
There will be no weekly or monthly programs until further notice.
We will keep you updated of any changes!
A face mask is required to enter the Library (not provided by Library) and you must use our provided hand sanitizer.
• There will be a 30 min time limit for anyone who enters the Library and a maximum of 10 people at a time. Please be patient if you have to wait, or come back later.
• Two computers are available for 30-minute time periods - one for adult use, one for children.
• Restrooms are not available for public use.
• We've removed all children's toys & puzzles for their safety.
• When you return items to the Library, please use the outside book drop.
• We have started to do the overdue list again, so please return your books in a timely manner to allow us time to quarantine those items.
• Inter-library loan is starting again, but delivery times will be slightly delayed in order for us to quarantine the books upon their arrival.
• If you do not want to enter the Library, use our online catalog to reserve books. Once you've reserved your books, call us to arrange a pick-up time.
The Community Room is also available for reservations again.
2020 Summer Reading Program:
This year we’ve changed up our usual program….we won’t have any of our weekly programs at the Library, but we still have so many fun activities, StoryWalks, and a few live performances planned!
Please keep a look out on our website, nortonpubliclibrary.org, and our Facebook page, “The Norton Public Library”, for online Storytimes, puppet shows, craft ideas, and more.
Sept. 2017: TRAVELING KANSAS is a local production from Smoky Hills Public Television that highlights communities, people and attractions across the state. This episode explores the past and present with a spotlight on the restoration of several historic buildings in Norton and the economic development efforts throughout the county.
Valley Hope of Norton (Founded in 1967) With a 50-year legacy of helping thousands of patients and families, Valley Hope is nationally-known as a trusted provider of addiction treatment and recovery support. Founded in Norton in 1967, Valley Hope provides patient-centered, compassionate treatment to people and families impacted by drug and alcohol addiction. Valley Hope’s residential treatment program includes safe, medically-monitored detoxification from drugs and alcohol, healing therapies, addiction education, family care, relapse prevention planning and long-term recovery strategies. If you or someone you know is struggling with drugs or alcohol, get help 24/7 by calling for a free, confidential assessment. Learn more about addiction, treatment and recovery by calling 1-800-544-5101 or visit https://valleyhope.org
Norton County Entities Receive $1.3 Million in COVID -Relief Funding PRESS RELEASE
Norton County Community Foundation Raised Nearly $167,000 December 2020 PRESS RELEASE
Norton County Hospital Recognized in Statewide Competition PRESS RELEASE