Bring your vegetable and flower seeds to exchange with other community members and help the gardens of Monroe County grow! During this program, the Seed Library can accept seed donations, so please come and help stock up this valuable community resource. The Library and Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard will also have free seeds available.
When donating seeds, please make sure your seeds are not from invasive plants and note the following:
The type and variety of seed
The year the seeds are from
Whether the seeds are store-bought or self-saved
We ask that you please package your seeds accordingly; we will have tools and supplies on-hand. All ages.
This program is in partnership with Mother Hubbard's Cupboard.
The Writing Circle is a safe and encouraging space that offers inspiration and connection for writers of all genders and abilities—and of any genre. Each circle will offer time to write, share our writing, and receive feedback according to the writer's needs. Sharing your writing aloud is always optional, and all writing shared in the circle is kept confidential. Age 18 and up; recommended for ages 18–32. Please register.
This program is in partnership with Women Writing for (a) Change.
This program is canceled due to performer illness. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Reimagining Opera for Kids (ROK) is a non-profit dedicated to bringing innovative performances of opera to the communities of southern Indiana. ROK has been performing, commissioning, and presenting opera to the region for over a decade and continues to develop and grow. ROK engages young musicians from the Jacobs School of Music, and the larger Bloomington community, to come together to craft performances for schools, community centers, and community events.This year's production, Rufus and Rita, is an interactive, choose your own adventure opera written by Bloomington resident composer Lauren Bernofsky. All ages.
This program is in partnership with Reimagining Opera for Kids.
Drop in and share your voice with the Downtown Library to help us plan the future of tween services. Tweens are invited to join TWIG to gather with like-minded peers to talk and plan all things tween library-related. This meeting will include popcorn with a mix-ins station and the opportunity to meet the tween librarian! Ages 7–12.