We are excited to partner with the Michigan State University’s Extension to bring three classes to the Library this fall. Registration is required for each. Nonresidents may sign up one week prior to each program if room is still available.
CANCELED: Using Fresh Produce to Make Homemade Baby Food
Monday, October 2, 7 p.m.
This event has been canceled….
We are excited to host our second Local Author Fair on Saturday, October 7 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Local authors will be gathered to talk about their books. Stop by and find your next great read!
Current list of scheduled authors:
- Tony Aued, adult fiction author of FBI thriller series and murder mystery series
- Erik Bean,
Harvest season is upon us – so be careful where you get your produce. It could have been picked by magical hands.
Christina Rossetti (1830 – 1894) was an English poet and lyricist who contributed to the Romantic period in literature and art during the 19th Century. Influenced by the great poets such as Dante Alighieri, John Keats,…
Beginning in August, this group will meet the first Tuesday of every month. Watch the selected movie at home before joining the discussion at the Library. All movies are in the Library’s media collection or on Kanopy.
2023-24 Watch List** (Click movie title to watch on Kanopy):
September 5 – Good Time (2017),…
Hitting a pay wall? We got you covered. One of the many benefits of your Bloomfield Township library card is the ability to access online newspapers from home. Visit the Online Newspapers webpage for full instructions on how to access the Financial Times, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post.
For in-depth newspaper research,…