Library Sponsored Groups
Bloomingdale Public Library is more than just a place to check out books. Our library is a welcoming community space that fosters formal and informal learning. We function as a community center where the residents of Bloomingdale can explore current interests and develop new ones. We offer book discussion groups, as well as other groups and clubs that serve a wide range of ages and interests.
Watch anime on the library’s big screen! Help plan new anime and manga events, suggest new anime to watch, bring in your decks to duel, and eat snacks.
Bloomingdale Seniors Club meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 11 a.m. in the lower level meeting rooms.
Bloomingdale Public Library offers four adult book discussion groups. Join us for fun and some thought-provoking discussions. Newcomers are always welcome!
Youth chess club open to all skill levels. Stop in and play!
Your move! It’s time to duel! Calling all players of collectible card games, ages nine and up! Join us the third Saturday of the month from 1:00-4:30 pm for open play, a tournament, snacks, and a good time!
This drop-in conversation group is designed to give adult English-as-a-second language learners practice speaking English in an informal, relaxed atmosphere. Individuals are welcome to attend whenever they can.
Local History Librarians provide internet and archival genealogy instruction and research support.
Like to quilt? Interested in learning new techniques and just like to laugh and have fun? Join the Loose Threads Quilt Group
Experience gaming on our big screen! Shred to Rock Band, battle in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, try out motion gaming with our Kinect, or show off your moves in Dance Dance Revolution! Bring your friends and enjoy free food!