Welcome Spring! Visit McMahon Wintonbury to create your own beaded pipe cleaner flower. All supplies are provided. Geared towards children 6+ but open to All Ages, including adults. Registration is appreciated and walk-ins will be accommodated while supplies last. Read more >
Zentangle is a method of creating abstract art through the use of structured patterns and is used to provide relaxation, reduce stress and anxiety and promote creativity. Join us at this interactive, hands-on program taught by Laura Marks, Certified Zentangle Teacher (CZT). Open to Teens & Adults. Kits are available for pickup starting third week of March. Class is limited to first 12 registrants. Read more >
Open to students in grades 7 – 12. Get your voice heard! We want your ideas about the new libraries, which programs to offer, the teen book collection, and more! TAG is a dinner club (yes, you get free food!) and your involvement will help transform the future of Teen Services in Bloomfield. Why else is TAG great? You will earn volunteer hours, get leadership opportunities, you can add it to your resume, and we’ll also add in some free books! See our Events Calendar for details on how to register. This meeting is in-person at McMahon Wintonbury Library. Read more >
Join staff at the McMahon Wintonbury Library for an IN-PERSON program: Welcoming Wednesday Storytime. We’ll share stories, songs, rhymes and more! Best for ages 5 and under.
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OUR CURRENT TEEN D&D GROUP MEMBERSHIP IS FULL. But…we’re looking to start up a second beginners D&D group for our teens! If you are interested, please contact Youth Services Librarian Nicole Dolat at email@example.com. (For Teens in Grades 7-12) Read more >
Join our children’s librarians at Prosser Library for an in-person program: Fun Friday Storytime. We’ll share stories, songs, rhymes and more! Best for ages 5 and under. Read more >
Most of us don’t think about our credit report or worry about what’s in it, but that information directly affects us in many ways. Any errors on that report may negatively affect our credit, and correcting those errors may be the first step in improving our credit. Rebuilding credit is no simple task, but can be done with time and hard work. Presented by Kathleen Titsworth, Banking Outreach Coordinator, State of CT Department of Banking.
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Want to learn more about social justice, but don’t know where to start? Join us at BPL’s Social Justice Book Club, now in its third year! Meeting monthly on the fourth Tuesday of the month, this group will seek to create a brave space for learning and sharing a variety of perspectives. Our March book celebrating Women’s History Month will be Three Women by Lisa Taddeo. Read more >