Overdrive for Kids
Libby, by Overdrive
Magazines, Comics &
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!
Honor a special person or event with an
engraved gold leaf to add to our tree. $50
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
Yankee Candle Fundraiser
Shop online through January 8;
purchases ship directly to you.
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!
Sign-in or create an Amazon account.
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:
canned carrots, corn, green beans
juice & dry drink mix
Please do not leave any perishable,
open, or outdated food items!
Renee, Google Certified Educator, will teach
classes on scheduled Saturdays 9:30-10:15AM
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
Meets at 7:00PM on Wednesdays
every third month in the Senior Center
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
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
Please call the library to register
Construction time every Saturday
Paws to Read!
Thatcher 4th @ 11:00AM
Bailey 8th, 18th, 25th @ 5:30PM
Harry Potter Book Club
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
Family Board Game Night
Friday, February 28 at 6:00PM
Dr Seuss, Read Across America
Tuesday, March 3 at 10:30AM
Concussion in youth sports
Pi Day Play-dough
Saturday, March 14 at 11:30AM
Weekly Juvenile Programs
Jump Start to Kindergarten
Ages 6 & Up
Baby Rhyme Time
Ages up to 24 months
Homework Help & Bilingual Buddies
Mondays & Tuesdays 4:00-6:00PM
with Miss Valerie
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