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EAST NORWALK ASSOCIATION LIBRARY...
Founded in 1915 by the East Norwalk Improvement Association (which, itself was founded in 1900) the East Norwalk Library is now known as the "East Norwalk Association Library," and, the ENIA is now known as the "East Norwalk Association" receiving a Trade Name Certificate enabling the use of their new names.
The new names reflect the Association's commitment to its community as a unifying organization dedicated to the needs of East Norwalk residents, businesses and organizations.
The East Norwalk Association Library serves the community -- now known as East Norwalk, Connecticut -- ZIP CODE 06855 -- which was developed on land originally purchased by Roger Ludlow and early settlers from local native Americans.
The Library holds an extensive collection of books, videos and periodicals, as well as a collection of local artwork and historical artifacts of significance.
The Library includes a major focus on the needs of children of East Norwalk. Special programs are held throughout the summer and other times during the year -- including story times and sing-alongs.
Other programs include programs of interest for adults and senior citizens.
The Library is the base for the East Norwalk Van Zilen Hall Community Center.
Except for holidays, as announced, the East Norwalk Association Library serves its community as Follows:
Monday though Friday: 12:30 to 5:30pm / Saturday: 9:30am to 5:30pm / CLOSED SUNDAYS and HOLIDAYS
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