View the East Norwalk Library 2017-2018 Annual Report here.
View our 2020 Holiday Closings Schedule here.View our 2019 Holiday Closings Schedule here.
The East Norwalk Association Library, founded by the East Norwalk Improvement Association, has been serving its community since 1915 in East Norwalk, Connecticut 06855. The building was developed on land originally purchased by Roger Ludlow and other early settlers from local native Americans.
The Library maintains a collection of books, DVDs and periodicals of general interest to our community.
As a small library with limited funding, we are committed to providing quality programs throughout the year with the focus of our programing being family friendly and of value to our community.
The Library has available for rent the Van Zilen Community Hall.
More information on Hall rentals can be found here.
The mission of the EAST NORWALK ASSOCIATION LIBRARY (ENAL) is to provide the people of East Norwalk with access to information and materials, which will aid them in their pursuit of education, information, recreation, and the creative use of leisure time.
Adopted by Library Board of Trustees - July 2017