Here’s what is coming up…
Sept. 13th Simply Stories 10:30am (runs through December 13th)
Sept. 13th Evening Stories & More 6:30pm
Sept. 21st STEM Friday – Paper Chain Challenge 4pm
Sept. 28th AARP Safe Driver – registration required – 9am – 4pm
Oct. 2nd Medicare 101 – learn about medicare and all its parts and options 2pm
Oct. 3rd – CLOSED for parking area repaving
Oct. 4th Disaster Preparedness for home owners and families 6:30pm
Oct. 9th Intro to Composting for home owners and families 6pm
The Bloomfield Public Library will now open at 2pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and we will stay open until 7pm on Fridays!
Mondays & Wednesdays 2pm-8pm
Tuesdays & Thursdays 10am-8pm
Fridays 2pm -7pm
Our STEM Fridays in July were such a success that we want to continue offering this type of programming to school age kids. Join us the third Friday of each month for a different STEM related program. Some will be high tech, some will be low tech, all will be fun! We will combine creativity, problem solving, critical thinking and dexterity to see what we come up with. All students of school age are welcome, we can work together to make sure everyone is able to participate!
Regular weekly Story Times resume on September 11th and 13th and will continue until December 11th and 13th
‘Stories and More’ Tuesdays 10:30am – 11am Join us for stories, songs and a craft
‘Simply Stories’ Thursdays 10:30am – 10:45am Join us for stories and songs
Pre-registration helps, but we welcome walk-ins!
We hope you find our new website helpful!
All of our programs and events are listed in our calendar of events under the Events tab. Click on the Events tab for program description information. Click on the calendar for the complete calendar. We will highlight special programs in the News and Events carousel.
Our hours information and our contact information are located at the bottom and on the right side of most pages.
There are direct links to our OWWL catalog and the OWWL2Go digital materials catalog in the tabs on the home page. Links to Mango Languages, our online databases, and the NY Times Best Seller list are all located under the Helpful Links tab.
Ancestry.com/Library Edition is now available free in the library. Bring your own device or use one of our public computers and explore all the information available through the Ancestry.com database! Search Census Data, Vital Records, and Military Records to learn more about your family!