Teen Movie Night
Join us the third Wednesday each month
in the community room at Bloomfield
05/15 @ 4:30 p.m.
Popcorn and soda provided!
Call or visit the library to find out what movie we’re showing!
No registration necessary
Hope to see you there!
Learn basic agriculture and natural gardening information and techniques! Come learn how to start and grow your own vegetable garden!
Tuesday, May 14th at 6:00 p.m.
in the Bloomfield-Eastern Greene Co
Public Library Community Room
Presented by Nathan Scott
There will be time for Q & A’s!
Friends of the Library
Monday, May 6th @ 6:30 p.m.
in the community room of the
Bloomfield-Eastern Greene County
Public Library @ Bloomfield
Join us for food and fun!
Bloomfield-Eastern Greene County Public Library
Wednesdays @ 10:30
Beginning April 3
For ages 2 – 3 years
April 3 Cuddly Things
April 10 Fast Things
April 17 Noisy Things
April 24 Flying Things
May 1 Pretty Things
Bloomfield-Eastern Greene County Public Library Main Branch presents
Wednesday March 27, at 12:00
For grades K-5
Note: Some peanut products will be served at this program.
Wine and Cheese in the stacks
DATE: APRIL 13, 2013
SUGGESTED DONATION: $15 ONE $25 TWO
The Greene County Literacy Coalition and Oliver winery have teamed up for a night of wine tasting, food and entertainment among the books at the Bloomfield library. All proceeds go to the Literacy Coalition to further the cause for literacy in the county.
Must be 21
FOR TICKETS CALL: BETH BURCHAM 384.4125 X 18
Bloomfield Eastern Greene Public Library
125 S Franklin St.
Bloomfield, IN 384-4125
Thursdays at 10:30
For ages 4—6 years
Feb. 21 Hats
Mar. 7 Puddles
Mar. 21 Bunnies
April 4 Songs
April 18 Party Time
May 2 Vacations
Note: If Bloomfield Schools are closed or delayed due to weather, Storytime will be canceled.
January 2 -March 19
Pick up your slip at the Adult Desk
•Read 3 books
•Turn in a slip
•Receive a prize!
It’s as easy as1• 2 • 3!
Teen Winter Reading
For every book you read, or every audio book you listen to, fill out a Read & Recommend entry. Each entry you turn in gives you another chance in our final prize drawing.
For Students in Grades 6-12
Dec. 22, 2012 through March 30, 2013
Consumer Protection Program
Wednesday, January 23 at 4:00 PM
Don’t Be a Victim: Protect Yourself from Scams and Identity Theft
Learn more about:
- Why you still get calls even though you’re signed up for the “Do Not Call List”
- The latest scams done through the mail, over the phone, and on the Internet
- Techniques used by fraudsters
- The importance of protecting your personal information
- How to check your credit report for free
- How to freeze your credit to prevent ID theft