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.
NORTON COUNTY MAGAZINE (Est. 2011) Covering the people, life, history and commerce of Norton County! The Magazine is published quarterly. Thanks to great sponsors, the Norton County Magazine is free to Norton County residents in zip codes 67622, 67645, 67653 and 67654 as well as nearby community 67647. If you live in these zip code areas and are not receiving your issue, let us know. To subscribe, send your name, mailing address and email address to Norton County Magazine, PO Box 163, Norton, KS 67654 with your check made payable to Frontier Community Foundation. The rate is $24 per year for 4 issues. Carolyn Applegate, Editor. Contact Information: (785) 877-3968
The Perfect Time to Travel Historic Route 36 in an RV PRESS RELEASE
Norton Christian Church Launches Volunteer Delivery Program SEE PRESS RELEASE
Norton County Community Foundation Launches Emergency Grant Funding Program In Response to COVID-19 PRESS RELEASE HERE