Meet-and-Greet Technology

Meet-and-Greet Technology at the Bloomfield Library

Thursday May 21 6:00-7:00 Community Room

Introducing: iPads, Windows 8, Apps, Overdrive, Freegal

Hosted by Austin Stroud, Director




A Gathering of Gamers

Join us in the Community Room at the Bloomfield Public Library to play board games, card games, or Wii games  Bring your friends, bring your cards.

Thursday April 30 from 3:30-5:30

For teens in grades 7-12


All Day Movie Marathon!

Sat. April 25, 10am-5pm

Patron requested program!  Call or stop by the Library to discover which popular British TV series will be playing. Can’t stay all day?  Stop in for just an episode or two!

We hope to enjoy Tea & Crumpets during the shows. The library will provide the tea, and we challenge all attendees to make and bring their best crumpets & recipe to share with the group!

Approximate Show Times:

  • 10:00—Episode 1 (April 1912)
  • 11:10—Episode 2 (September 1912)
  • 12:00-12:30—Lunch Break
  • 12:30—Episode 3 (March 1913)
  • 1:20—Episode 4 (May 1913)
  • 2:10—Episode 5 (August 1913)
  • 3:00—Episode 6 (May 1914)
  • 3:50—Episode 7 (July 1914)



Book Talk/Coffee With Rev. Jerry Lee Hodges

Bloomfield Public Library, Community Room

Monday, April 13, 5:30-7:00 p.m.

Come chat with Rev. Hodges & be inspired!

Street Preacher & Poet, writes Poems of the Heart

His newest book, The Journey, features tales from Bloomfield people and places.


Career Class for Teens

Looking for a summer job or ready to start a career after High School?

Let us help you get the job!

Mon. April 6th 6:15pm-8pm

- Get help with your resume

- Practice Interview Skills

-Learn about career opportunities in our area

-Find out what employers are looking for!


Marcy Cook-Nessy’s New Home

Book Talk

Bloomfield Public Library, Community Room

Thursday, April 2, 6:30-7:30p.m.

Proceeds from the sale of this book go to benefit CASA.

Discover how Nessy the bird and her brothers enter the foster care system and are placed in a new nest! Rhyming text and beautiful, hand-drawn illustrations make this an ideal book for parents and young children to share.


Grow At Your Library-Eastern Branch




Introducing the new Gardening and Ecology books for young people

Special Programs for Families

April 14  How to Make a Terrarium

April 15  Learn about local Wildflowers

April 16  Gardening with Children

Each night from 6:30 to 7:30

All programs are free and open to everyone

For more information: Call 812-825-2677