Norristown Public Library: Where Education Meets Recreation in Norristown
May 19, 2015 | klein
At their best, public libraries are not just places to find and borrow books. They are neighborhood gathering spaces, storehouses of public resources, and staging areas for community and educational outreach. Norristown Public Library offers locals and residents across Montgomery County access to a range of collections, services, resources, and programs. First and foremost, the building houses an impressive collection of books, magazines, newspapers, audio recordings, and films, as well as a highly-trained library staff who can help you navigate through the offerings.
Young kids can get involved in story hours, science and engineering activities, and arts and dance nights. Teenagers are welcome to participate in weekly game nights (video games, cards, or board games). Library patrons of all ages are welcome to sign up for basic computing skills classes or attend one of the library’s community days. The library can also assist you set up a public meeting, file your taxes, learn a new language, or research your family tree.