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New Movie Discussion Club

This new club will meet the first Wednesday of the month at 11:00 a.m. Watch the selected movie at home before joining the discussion on Zoom or at the Library.  All movies are available in the Library’s media collection and on Kanopy or hoopla. Open to Bloomfield Township patrons.  To sign up, email or call the Library at 248-642-5800 an ask for the Adult Services Desk….

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Library by Mail

Can’t get to the Library?  Let us deliver to you.

The Bloomfield Township Public Library offers a Library By Mail Program for patrons of all ages, including children and elderly individuals. This is the perfect program for those who are immunocompromised, who have vulnerable household members or who are restricted to their homes. We will send requested Library materials to you in the mail,…

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Virtual Read-Alouds

Settle in—it’s story time! Enjoy a softly read short story, poem, or essay read aloud by an Adult Services librarian.

The Virtual Read-Aloud program is designed to celebrate classic stories and traditional storytelling. These short form “audiobooks” offer listeners the chance to enjoy a quick, accessible narrative that combines literature with ambient sounds and seasonally-relevant elements. Sit back,…

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Adult Services Book Clubs

Registration for our 2021-2022 librarian-led and volunteer-led clubs began Monday, August 2. We are planning on offering these discussions in-person at the Library beginning in September. A Zoom option will also be available for those who wish to participate from home.

Librarian-led Book Clubs

  • 30 Minute Lunchtime Club meets on the third Monday every month at 1:00 p.m.

PIN Help

Beginning April 26, 2021, all library cardholders must create their own PIN (Personal Identification Number) to access their library card account as a new added layer of security.

You will be unable to use Library resources such as Libby/OverDrive, hoopla digital, databases, etc. until you set up your new PIN.

Creating a PIN:…



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