We’ve added a new genealogy database, My Heritage – World Vital Records!
World Vital Records Library Edition is the fastest growing online resource for historical and genealogical research. Through our model of partnerships with archivists and content developers around the world, we provide an online portal tailored for genealogists and historians that is growing rapidly.
World Vital Records has recently added over 700 million exclusive family tree profiles from My Heritage, the world’s leading family tree history network. We have also added over 100 million historical photos.
With World Vital Records Library Edition, you get:
- Free ancestor search in over 20,000 content collections containing over 6 billion records.
- Free access to WorldVitalRecords.com in the library, or at home through our remote access program!
- Discover more than ever before about your ancestors and the events that shaped their lives.
Click here to login from home or to access the database from the library!
Come build and decorate your own gingerbread house!
Thursday December 19 from 3:30-6:00
For Students in Grades 7-12
Bloomfield Public Library, Community Room
January 2 -March 19
Pick up your slip at the Adult Desk
•Read 3 books
•Turn in a slip
•Receive a prize!
It’s as easy as 1• 2 • 3!
Join us for an afternoon of
knitting at the library.
You will learn basic knitting techniques and begin
making a winter scarf. Thursday December 12 from 4:00-5:00 PM
Grades 7-12 welcome.
The library will provide yarn and some needles, but bring knitting needles if you can.
Tuesday, December 10
Tuesday, December 17
Crafts & Games @ 5:30 PM
Movie @ 6:00 PM
Call the library for movie titles!
Teens and Adults
Come make your holiday cards with us!
Book Talk and Coffee Hour with Candice Sue Patterson
Monday December 2 at 6:30 PM
Bloomfield Public Library Community Room
Candice Sue Patterson studied at The Institute of Children’s Literature and is an active member of American Christian Fiction Writers. She lives on a hobby farm in southern Indiana with her husband and three sons in a restored farmhouse overtaken by books. When she’s not tending to her chickens, splitting wood or baking bread, she’s deep in thought at her computer working on a new story.
Coffee Hour with Book Introduction! Tues, Nov. 12th at 7pm! We’ll serve Coffee, Tea, and Cookies while Sandy Uland Taylor discusses her book “Under the North Star.” Contact the library at 812-384-4125 for more information.
Sandy Uland Taylor, daughter of Joe and Milly Uland, spent her youth in Greene County, graduating from Bloomfield High School in 1959. She taught English at Bloomfield in 1970. Taylor later spent 42 years teaching school in Monticello, Indiana. Four years ago in the White County Historical Society library, Taylor found memoirs of a local Monticello girl, Mollie Greist, describing her time in Alaska as a medical missionary from 1920-1937. Later a manuscript from Mollie’s husband, Doctor Henry W. Greist, was discovered at Dartmouth College. Lastly, Mollie and Doctor’s son David contributed his recollections and Taylor edited the complete tome, Under the North Star. This remarkable true story is told from three points of view: Mollie’s maternal, practical and subjective focus on her present life and people she encountered; the Doctor’s intellectual, philosophical, and objective approach to the history and future of the Eskimo people God called him to serve; and David’s experience growing from a 2 year old to 16 year old in the wilds of Point Barrow, Alaska, the furthest point north and 350 miles above the treeline, with Eskimos as playmates.
Test Your Knowledge of the Percy Jackson and the Olympians Series.
(Questions will be from all 5 books)
Thursday November 14 from 5:30-8:00
Bloomfield Public Library, Community Room
For Teens in Grades 6-12
Call 384-4125 or visit the Teen Room
Snacks Provided! Prizes for the Winning Team!
The Bloomfield Lions Club is sponsoring a pancake breakfast on Saturday, November 2nd from 7am – 10:30am at the American Legion. For $5, receive all you can eat pancakes, a sausage patty, and a drink.
All proceeds to support the Bloomfield Public Library