Listed below are some additional local history resources available at the Bloomfield Township Public Library. You may view these items by making an appointment with an Adult Services librarian. Please call 248-642-5800, ext. # 171.
If you are looking for some fun activities around town or abroad, BTPL has the links you need!
Area Agency on Aging 1-B - The Area Agency on Aging 1-B has partnered with Jewish Family Services to offer a new low cost transportation service for seniors and the disabled. Entitled myride2, you can reach them at 855-697-4332. Please note they will need two days advance notice for transportation services.
Bloomfield Township Senior Services - If you are looking for a fun place to enjoy lots of activities, consider the Bloomfield Township Senior Center. The Center has a large workout room, swimming pool and lots of groups to join. Call (248) 723-3500 for more information.
Birmingham Area Seniors Coordinating Council - BASCC Outreach Services offer information and assistance for older adults including hot meals, social activities, support groups, transportation, health screenings and more. Call BASCC Outreach Services at (248) 642-1040 for more information.
Bloomfield Hills Schools Community Education - Bloomfield Hills Schools Community Education offers many classes that may be of interest for boomers. Contact the Community Education Department at (248) 433-0885 to register, or download their brochure online.
Plunkett Research offers business intelligence, industry trends, statistics, market research, sales leads & corporate profiles in your choice of formats and access plans. A completely new interface has just been uploaded.
We just received two new videos you'll want to see. Rejoice & Shout Video/DVD 782.254 Rej traces the history of the unique African American music form - gospel. As they say, "make a joyful noise" and find out about this genre.
It's winter and you CAN enjoy the season. Wintervention Video/DVD 796.93 Warby Warren Miller is for "those who drive with their windows down in January and laugh while they shovel their walkways".