Preschool Information Night will be held on Tuesday, January 11, 2011 from 6:30-8:00 p.m. Come and meet area preschool representatives and find out about various curricula, options and programs. Registration is not required; exhibitors must pre-register.
This program is jointly hosted by the Baldwin Public Library and Bloomfield Township Public Library.
Bloomfield Township Public Library is making a change to computer use at the Library.
On January 18, 2011, all computer users will need a library card that is active in our system to login for use of a computer. Those who live or work in Bloomfield Township will receive priority access to library computers and may use their BTPL card for unlimited computer use.
Residents from the service area of The Library Network (such as Franklin, West Bloomfield, Pontiac, Waterford, Birmingham, etc) may use their hometown library card. Please have your library card number entered into our system at the Circulation Desk. Daily guest passes will be available in the Computer Center for anyone who does not live in Bloomfield Township or in the service area of The Library Network.
Six computers in the Computer Center and two computers in the Youth area will be available for use by for those who live outside of Bloomfield Township. Nonresidents will be limited to two hours of computer use per day on select computers. All computers are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Computers may not be reserved.
We’d like to know! Please take a few minutes to complete our brief online survey about the Library. Let us know how you use the Library, what you enjoy most and how we might improve. Your answers are important to us. Thank you!
On Thursday, March 14, starting at 6:30am, the library will perform some systems maintenance. The following services will not be available for about three hours: Library catalog (including phone and web renewal), online databases, and meeting room booking. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
The Bloomfield Township Public Library Board of Trustees is pleased to welcome Eli Greenbaum to the Board. Mr. Greenbaum is filling a vacancy on the Board created by the resignation of Trustee Joseph Falik. Mr. Greenbaum brings an outstanding list of qualifications to the position. The trustees supported his appointment because of his experience and expertise in many areas, including his past and current involvement with our Library on strategic planning and 50th anniversary committees.