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Magazines, Comics &

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Movies, music, eBooks, audio,comics, TV shows

Bloomingdale Foundation for Literacy

The Foundation is organized to raise and secure funds for the

Bloomingdale Free Public Library.

Thank you for supporting our fundraisers!

To commemorate the Borough's 100th Anniversary,

 A Literary Feast

              cookbook is available for only $15!               

This hardcover three-ring-binder features

many family favorite recipes!

Recognition Tree

Honor a special person or event with an

engraved gold leaf to add to our tree. $50

Field Goods

Pick-up fresh, organic produce on Thursdays in the library. Visit Field Goods to register.


The Bloomingdale Foundation for Literacy

proudly supports donations to the

Jo-Ann Crawford Memorial Fund


Are you ready for October 1, 2020?  
Do you need REAL ID and how to obtain

Help increase the library collection

by purchasing a book from our

Amazon Wish List.

If you would like to honor someone special or have a personalized bookplate added to an item you donate,

please contact the library.

Thank you for supporting the library!

or create an Amazon account.



Family Support Plan


We are proud to support the

House of Hope Food Pantry

please leave donations in the

collection bin located in the library foyer.

  Items in high demand:

dish soap

laundry detergent

canned carrots, corn, green beans

instant potatoes


juice & dry drink mix

Please do not leave any perishable,

open, or outdated food items!

Thank you!


Technology Classes

Renee, Google Certified Educator, will teach

classes on scheduled Saturdays 9:30-10:15AM

February 15

March 21

BloomingTales Book Club

Meets at 7:00PM on the 2nd Wednesday

of each month in the Senior Center:

  • January 8: The Reckoning by John Grisham

  • February 12: Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

  • March 11: Carnegie's Maid by Marie Benedict


Delicious Reads

Meets at 7:00PM on Wednesdays

every third month in the Senior Center

Register now!

Choose a recipe from a library's choice cookbook

and prepare one dish to share on club night.

The group will discuss the cookbook, recipes, and

author's style while sampling each dish!

Thursday, February 6: InstantPot vs CrockPot Cooking

Dietician Danielle will weigh the differences between       cooking methods & offer recipes & tips.

Future meeting dates:

Wednesday, May 6; Wednesday, August 5; November 4


Adult Literacy

Please contact the library to register with a tutor


Bloomingdale Film Festival

Council Chambers on Thursdays at 1:00PM

  • January 9: Poms (PG-13) 92 minutes

  • January 23: Peanut Butter Falcon (PG-13) 97 minutes

  • February 13: Judy (PG-13) 119 minutes

  • February 27: Yesterday (PG-13) 117 minutes

Juvenile Programs

Please call the library to register

LEGO Villages

Construction time every Saturday


Paws to Read!

January Dates

Thatcher 4th @ 11:00AM

Bailey 8th, 18th, 25th @ 5:30PM

Harry Potter Book Club



Grades 5th-8th

Wintery Snacks with Dietician Danielle

Monday, January 13 at 5:30PM

Ages 3 and up


Wednesday, January 29 at 6:30PM

Monday, March 23 at 5:30PM


PJ Movie Night

Friday, February 21


Happiness is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown

Dental Awareness Month

Thursday, February 27 at 10:00AM

Brushing & flossing tips, how to prevent cavities

Family Board Game Night

Friday, February 28 at 6:00PM

Dr Seuss, Read Across America

Tuesday, March 3 at 10:30AM


Heads Up

Concussion in youth sports

March 5


Families welcome!

Pi Day Play-dough

Saturday, March 14 at 11:30AM

Weekly Juvenile Programs

Alphabet Soup

Ages 2-3

Tuesdays 10:30AM

  Jump Start to Kindergarten

Ages 4-5

Thursdays 10:00AM

Crafty Kids

Ages 6 & Up

Wednesdays 6:30PM

Baby Rhyme Time

Ages up to 24 months

Thursdays 11:00AM

Homework Help & Bilingual Buddies

Mondays & Tuesdays 4:00-6:00PM

Saturdays 11:00-NOON

with Miss Valerie

Please register

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