Here are some of the fun special events happening in February. A complete listing of events can be found on our calendar.
Beginning in January 2020 there will be an opening on the Bloomfield Public Library’s Board of Trustees. The Board meets monthly, on the third Monday. A candidate will be appointed by the Board of Trustees to fulfill the remaining portion of the 2019-2020 term year.
Eligible candidates must be at least 18 years old, a U.S. citizen, and a resident of the Bloomfield Central School District. Additional information is available at the library.
If you are interested in this position please contact the library at 585-657-6264, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop in!
Give the gift of warmth!
This Holiday season, help us decorate the Mitten Tree with new mittens, hats, boots, and other outdoor winter apparel. Items donated will be provided to the Ontario County Foster Homefinding Unit to help keep little ones warm this winter!
Donations in sizes from birth through 18 years, will be accepted November 30 through December 20. Items may be handmade or store bought.
The Mitten Tree can be found in the lobby of the Bloomfield Public Library. Please contact the library with any questions at 585-657-6264.
Santa will visit the Bloomfield Public Library on Tuesday, December 10, from 6pm to 7pm.
Santa will read a Holiday story, then visit and take pictures with families.
No registration required. Contact the library with any questions at 585-657-6264.
Looking for a DIY craft to kick-start your Holiday spirit?
Join us on Monday, December 2 at 6:30pm to make Origami Star Garlands. These festive garlands will be made by folding holiday paper into five-pointed stars and stringing them together.
All materials will be provided; there is no fee for this program. Appropriate for adults and teens. Please contact the library at 585-657-6264 with any questions or to register for this program.
The Bloomfield Public Library will be collecting nonperishable, non-expired food items for the Food Pantry at The Blessing Room.
The Blessing Room, next-door neighbor to the library, is housed at St. Bridget’s Hall (15 Church Street), and has been serving as a Food Pantry for all in the Bloomfield School District since the 1970’s.
Food item donations can be dropped off in the lobby of the Bloomfield Public Library now through October 19th.
The mission of The Great Give Back is to provide a day of opportunities for the patrons of the Public Libraries of New York State to participate in meaningful, service-oriented experiences. thegreatgiveback.org