Register now for summer reading programs for all ages! Everyone ages 2 and up can sign up for the summer reading program and enjoy reading great books and attending fun and enriching activities at the Library. If you can't make it into the Library- don't worry, you can sign up and log books and activities online. You can even log books from your mobile phone! So dig in, and join us this summer for some groundbreaking reads!
A 1970s high school time capsule contains a highly sought after apple 1 computer. Local filmmakers John Scaletta and Craig Bass present a look at the process of creating their short film, iDig. A screening of the movie will be shown at the beginning of the presentation.
Tuesday, June 25th at 7:00 pm
Are you going into 6th grade in the Fall? (You can be older, too.) Do you need service hours for school or confirmation? Do you enjoy helping out at the Library? Then we need YOU!
The Brookfield Public Library will be closed on Sunday, May 26 and Monday, May 27 to observe Memorial Day.
How do I change a bicycle tire? How do I properly clean and lube my bike?
Stop by and see the Friends of the Library at the Hollywood Community House Flea Market on Sunday, May 19 from 9 a.m-3 p.
The Brookfield Public Library joins the American Library Association and libraries around the country in celebrating the value of community during National Library Week, April 14-20, 2013,&nb