Five Things You Need to Know Today in Norwood: Father Daughter Dance, Volunteer Tea and More
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1. "Norwood P.D. Blue" an NPA-TV production, made its debut Friday. Whether you subscribe to Comcast, Norwood Light, or Verizon, you'll find the show on your NPA-TV public access channel. The show will be offered again throughout the week.
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3. Tickets to the 3rd Annual Father Daughter Dance are on sale at the Civic. The dance will be Saturday, Feb. 9 at 6:30 p.m. Only $10 per couple. Dancing, light refreshments and photo booth make this event a crowd favorite each year!
4. On Friday, Feb. 8 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. the Morrill Library invites all library volunteers to the Second Annual Volunteer Appreciation Tea. Staff members and members of the Board of Library Trustees will make sweet treats and serve coffee and tea. All past and current Friends of the Library, Literacy, Outreach and other library volunteers are welcome. Cookbooks and the recipes for these desserts will be on display. If you are interested in volunteering at the library, there are a few opportunities available. Be sure to attend the tea.
5. The Norwood Recreation Department is looking for great staff members to work as lifeguards and Playcamp counselors this summer. Applications available at the front desk of the Civic.