Henri A Yelle Elementary School 64 W Main St, Norton, MA02766 Henri A. Yelle Elementary School, which shares a driveway with the high school, welcomes students, parents and staff…More with wood carvings. Lisa Farrell is the principal here, creating order to the school's daily activity. Yelle is also used for town meetings and other functions.
St. Mary's Parish Center 1 Power St, Norton, MA02766 St. Mary's Parish Center is a facility located at the St. Mary's Catholic Church campus. The Parish Center is used as a…More community gathering place for parishioners, hosting a variety of family activites and recreational events such as bingo night. It is also used as a meeting place for groups and ministries within the church.
St. Mary's Church 1 Power St, Norton, MA02766 St. Mary's Church of Norton, formerly located at 133 S. Worcester St., was built in its new location in 2009. Church…More activities include Bingo, Saint Vincent DePaul Society, St. Mary's Knights of Columbus meetings and religious education. The church is lead by Father Marc Tremblay.
American Legion #222 85 E Main St, Norton, MA02766 The Harold A. Healy American Legion Hall in Norton is home to the American Legion, a patriotic veterans…More association. Various groups use the hall for meetings such as The Lions Club and local Mom Clubs. Many fundraisers such as pancake breakfasts and Chicken Dinners are held at the hall. Contact the American Legion to enquire about rental space.
Council on Aging/Human Services 55 W Main St, Norton, MA02766 The Council on Aging facility on West Main Street used to be a fire station and then a school house before it turned…More into its current incarnation, a senior center. Upon entering the building, you will meet many friendly seniors who have a lot of wisdom (and free flower vases) to share. They are also currently looking for more Bridge players.
Norton Public Library 68 E Main St, Norton, MA02766 Norton Public Library, which began as the Norton Magazine Club in 1879, became a Massachusetts corporation in 1886.…More Eliza Wheaton, whose painting adorns the library's meeting room, gave the library to the town. Previously located at the intersection of Routes 123 and 140, the library moved to its current location in 1991. The adjacent park opened in 1999.