Norfolk Library earns five stars

The Norfolk Library, inside and out, is one of just two five-star libraries in the state of Connecticut, as indicated in the November, 2011, issue of Library Journal. Photo submitted

NORFOLK — Co-directors Richard Dann and Robin Yuran have announced that the Norfolk Library is once again one of two five-star libraries in Connecticut, as rated in the November 2011 issue of Library Journal.

In the expenditure range of $200,000 to $399,999, Norfolk is one of only 10 five-star libraries in the country. Ratings are based on circulation, visits, program attendance and internet use, all per capita.

For more information on the five-star rating, visit www.libraryjournal.com//ljindex2011. For information about the Norfolk Library, visit www.norfolklibrary.org.

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