Lone Cone Library

Lone Cone Library
Business Description

Your Community Library! The Lone Cone Library provides a community hub for programs, resources, and space for all to enjoy!

Short Description
Our Mission
To cultivate an inquisitive, inclusive, and thoughtful community by connecting people with resources both emerging and traditional; connecting people with people; and connecting people with opportunity.

Our History
The Norwood Public Library was first established in 1939 by the Ladies’ Study Club in a one room log cabin, one of the first homesteads and donated by Gladys Herndon. The cabin was disassembled and moved by truck to a property at the corner of Summit and Spruce streets where it was reassembled. In 1979, the Library District was established by ballot. The library was expanded in the 1980s to a second room and again in 1996. In 2019, after reaching the maximum capacity of the current space and many years of hard work, the library celebrated the opening of a whole new library building with serving the community at its heart.
At this time, the library is focusing on expanding programs and community partnerships to bring a variety of opportunities to our community. Our next big project is the design and then the development of our grounds with community input. This is an exciting project where we envision an educational, relaxing and inspiring space bringing the library outside and the outside in the library for citizens and visitors the same.
1455 Pinon Street
Norwood, CO 81423
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