Norwood Public Library
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 11-8:30
Friday & Sunday closed
The Norwood Public Library was originally set up in 1925 at the American Legion Post 507 in Norwood. Some years later, the Norwood Public Library opened in the basement room of the local elementary school on January 5 1939 with approximately 1,800 books. In about ten years' time the school and the library had outgrown each other, and in 1951 the new library on Welcome Avenue was completed.
The Norwood Public Library is a great resource in the community, providing print, non-print, public access computers and programs throughout the year for youth and adults.