(April 10 2017), 2017 Easter Weekend holiday closing set for the Birmingham Public Library     (November 01 2017), Spoken word poetry and Goth music under a full moon in a cemetery on Friday night     (December 02 2016), Lives touched by the Birmingham Public Library – Adrienne Stroud moves from homeless to homeowner thanks to assistance from BPL       (November 29 2016), Dolores Hydock to Present “A Christmas Memory” at Central Library on Sunday, Dec. 4     (November 29 2017), Steps to Starting Your Business Seminar Scheduled for Dec. 4 at Central Library  BPL Showcases Art Exhibit Sponsored by aPAF, Birmingham Public Library Celebrates Rickwood Field and Baseball.     (November 09 2016), Birmingham Public Library Board names Innovative Cool award winners for November     (June 13 2017), Birmingham Public Library's Lee, Bitten win awards from Metro Birmingham NAACP     (May 02 2017), Bards & Brews returns to Central Library this Friday, May 5, 2017     (August 30 2017), Central Library hosting Corporate Meet & Greet on Thursday, Aug. 24     (June 12 2018), Birmingham Public Library selected for 2018 Inclusive Internship Initiative (July 06 2010), Heads Up Alabama! Locations and Hours.     (February 19 2018), Civil rights author Janice Kelsey to speak Friday, Feb. 16 at Powderly Library 10/29/2020 8:40 AM, Subscribe to Birmingham Public Library's newsletter, BPL Presents “The Last Slave Ship Survivor” Program on October 22, BPL, Partners to Host Drive Thru Trunk or Treat, Today, October 15, is the Final Day to Respond to the 2020 Census, BPL Family History Month October 2020 Kicks Off, BPL Furloughing 158 Library Employees Due to Financial Impact of COVID-19, BPL Virtual Resources Spotlight – Online Learning Resources for 6–12th graders, Smithfield Library Hosting 3 Virtual Computer Classes in September beginning Sept. 9, BPL Board of Trustees Issues Statement on Ongoing Library Services, BPL Hosting Bards & Brews Virtual on Friday, Sept. 11, Read-In for Justice: Hispanic Heritage Event Releases Spanish Language Flyer, BPL Helping With Virtual Learning – Over 900 New Student Library Cards Issued, BPL Participating in Back to School Giveaway Wednesday at Curbside Pickup Locations, Birmingham Public Library's Read-In for Justice to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month on September 12, Avondale, Five Points West Regional Libraries Hosting Story Walk Projects, East Lake Branch Library Plants Tiny Garden Project, BPL Virtual Programs Continue: Let’s Talk About Medicare Thursday, Aug. 6; Genealogy workshop on Wednesday, Aug. 5; Bards & Brews Friday, Aug. 7; Read-In for Justice Saturday, Aug. 8, BPL Virtual Resources Spotlight: The News, BPL’s Bards & Brews August 7 to Celebrate International Beer Day, BPL to Host Read-In for Justice on Saturday, August 8, Local Authors Reading Challenge: Lauren Bailey of Finding Me Beneath the Kapok Tree, BPL  receives $5,000 Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham COVID-19 Grant.     (October 02 2017), Free programs at libraries across Birmingham between Sept. 30 and Oct. 7  “Please be informed that in consultation with my doctor, my pastor, and my attorney, I am officially announcing my resignation from my position as Executive Director of the Birmingham Public Library to the City of Birmingham, the City Council, the Library Board of Trustees, the Library staff, and the community.     (January 10 2017), Birmingham Mayor to give State of the City 2017 Address at Pratt City Library on Jan. 10     (July 28 2016), Central Library AC update - Reduced hours extending into next week    (July 28 2016), 2016 Summer Reading season nearing conclusion: Over 500 free programs have been held at the Birmingham Public Library  Discarded Trash Turned Into Treasured Works of Art     (August 09 2016), Summer Reading patron meets her favorite author at Five Points West Regional Library     (May 01 2017), SCORE small business workshop to take place at Central Library downtown on May 1 Click here to access OverDrive eBooks. Birmingham Public Library Executive Director Floyd Council has resigned, effective today, he said in a letter to Birmingham officials.     (September 22 2017), Central Library hosting informational sessions on Miles College’s new online courses     (February 09 2017), Bards & Brews: Poets urge public to support BPL’s popular spoken word event     (September 01 2020), Birmingham Public Library's Read-In for Justice to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month on September 12    (August 31 2020), Avondale, Five Points West Regional Libraries Hosting Story Walk Projects The Baldwin Public Library is the public library of Birmingham, Beverly Hills, Bingham Farms, and Bloomfield Hills.     (August 15 2016), Avondale Regional Branch Library hosting free ukulele workshop on Saturday, Aug. 20     (October 31 2016), Hallo-Read Fall Celebration at North Avondale Library, Fall Festival at Smithfield Library programs today among Halloween programs at Birmingham Public Library     (September 20 2016), Teens Engineer Birmingham program expands at Birmingham Public Library this fall Community Rules apply to all content you upload or otherwise submit to this site. Birmingham Public Library director resigns Updated Dec 17, 2020; Posted Dec 15, 2020 Floyd Council, executive director of the Birmingham Public Library system since 2017, resigned on Dec. 15, 2020.     (March 11 2020), BPL Black History Workshops Explore History of Racial Redlining in Birmingham Poetry Series Spotlights Southeast’s Top Talents, A Fact Sheet Regarding Our Poetry Programs, Exhibition Focused on “Simpler Times” Opens at Central Library, One of Three Women to Play in Negro League Shares Her Story, Libraries Use Poetry Therapy as Post-Storm Rx, City’s Library Lauded as Tops for Children, Birmingham Public Library Spotlights the Arts for Black History Month, Bards & Brews Travels to Avondale Library in February, Textile Artist Presents Gallery Talk On Quilts of African American History Makers, Quilts Reflect Story of African American History Makers, Annual Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial Lecture Focuses on Writing African American History for Youth, Birmingham Public Libraries Closed Sunday, January 1, through Monday, January 2, for Holiday, National Spotlight Focused on Birmingham Librarian, Local Authors Expo Great Place to Shop for Literary Gifts, The Birmingham Scene To Open November 6 at Central Library, Birmingham Public Library Celebrates 125 Years of Service With Launch of 2011 Donation Campaign, Watercolor Society of Alabama to Host 2011 Alabama Members’ Showcase at the Central Library, Bards & Brews: Birmingham Public Library September Poetry Slam, September Brown Bag Lunches @ the Birmingham Public Library Celebrate Eat Drink Read Write Festival, BPL@Night Presents Get Rhythm West African Drumming Featuring John Scalici, August Brown Bag Lunches @ the Birmingham Public Library, Birmingham Public Library presents Awareness of the Intangibles, acrylic paintings, July Brown Bag Lunches @ the Birmingham Public Library, Bards & Brews: Birmingham Public Library August Poetry Slam Series, Birmingham Public Library to Host Workshop on Historic House Research, 2011 Adult Summer Reading Program @ the Birmingham Public Library, 2011 Children’s Summer Reading Program @ the Birmingham Public Library, Teen 2011 Summer Reading Program @ the Birmingham Public Library, Bards & Brews: Birmingham Public Library July Poetry Slam Series, Pratt City Staff to Offer Service from Another Location, Bards & Brews: Birmingham Public Library June Poetry Slam Series, 2011 Children’s Summer Reading Program @ the BirminghamPublic Library, BPL to Host “Score Big” with New York Jets’ Wide Receiver Jerricho Cotchery, Researching Your Family’s Roots: Family History Resources on the Internet, Deciphering the Numbers: Library Workshops Focus on Putting 2010 Census Numbers To Use, BPL@Night Presents “Music in the Stacks with Logan”, Children’s Author Ashley Bryan’s Illustrations on Display at Birmingham Public Library, WORD UP!     (March 03 2017), Smithfield Library to host college fair for high school students Monday, March 6, 2017     (June 11 2018), Central Library hosting BPL 2018 Summer Learning Kickoff Party tonight, June 1      (July 14 2017), Teen poets tour Birmingham Public Library archives in preparation for civil rights poems     (February 21 2017), Powderly Library hosting Black History Month concert featuring Wenonah High School Choir at 5 p.m. today, Feb. 21      (April 20 2017), Inglenook Library holding youth poetry slam Friday April 21 as part of National Poetry Month  BPL's Passport Fair will take place this Saturday, Jan 25 at the Linn-Henley Research Library downtown, Mentors Sought for Brothers and Bow Ties, BPL Pizza & Purpose Black History Month Programs, Business License Renewal Now Available at all Birmingham Public Library Locations, Birmingham Public Library Has Switched to a New  E-mail System, BPL Girls Code 205 Program Wins $15,000 Grant, Ever Faithful, Ever Loyal: Timothy Alexander Gives Inspiring Message at BPL Staff Day, Family History Month- North Birmingham Library Hosts Workshop on Abandoned Black Cemeteries; John Phillip Colletta workshops to take place Saturday, Oct. 26, at Central Library, Bards & Brews poetry slam will take place this Friday, Oct. 11, at Linn-Henley Research Library, Central Library hosting passport fair, Census Records talk Saturday, October 5, Traveling Abroad? Central Library hosting Vocational Readiness workshop March 26, BPL holding “The Lion King” play tickets giveaway for library patrons, Screening of “Uncommon Grace: The Life of Flannery O'Connor;” Q&A with filmmaker Bridget Kurt to follow, BPL 2018 Mock Trial Program practice run-through at 4 p.m. today at Central Library as they prepare to present their case Thursday, March 22 at the Jeffco Courthouse downtown, Central Library downtown hosting Steps to Starting Your Business, Money Matters "Preventing ID theft" workshops March 20-21, BPL Mock Trial Program case presentation: March 22 at Jefferson County Courthouse, Birmingham Public Library releases genealogy workshop schedule for March, April, May, Inglenook Branch Library hosting Women of Inglenook Appreciation program March 16, Teens Engineer BHM workshops continue at Birmingham Public Library through May, State Rep. Rolanda Hollis makes $500 donation to Springville Road Regional Library, Vanessa Davis Griggs kicks off Local Authors workshop series March 17 at Five points West Library, Birmingham’s 7 neighborhood libraries resume Daylight Saving Time operating hours on March 12, 2018, Looking for a job?     (March 23 2017), SCORE small business workshop to take place at Central Library downtown on April 3     (September 09 2014), Birmingham Stories of Race, Redemption & Reconciliation Panel Discussion    (September 05 2014), Learn More About the Dalai Lama at the Birmingham Public Library in October    (September 02 2014), Young Adult Novelist Stephanie Perry Moore Brings Book Tour to Black Barons of Birmingham: Members of the South’s Greatest Negro League Team and Dr. Larry Powell Recall a Watershed Moment in History, Bards & Brews: Birmingham Public Library February Poetry Slam, Alabama Holocaust Survivors Share Stories of Survival, Re-scheduled—Alabama Author William Cobb Discusses The Last Queen of the Gypsies, Cancellation of BPL Program: The Life You Save: How to Keep a Journal You Won’t Throw Away, Alabama Author Wade Hall Performs Dramatic Interpretation of An Interview with Abraham Lincoln, BPL Scavenger Hunts Connects Young Learners to the Dreamer and His Dream, Birmingham Bound: Writers and Writing from the Birmingham Public Library Archives, Bards & Brews: Birmingham Public Library January Poetry Slam, 2010 BPL Campaign’s Second Phase: “Give the Gift of Reading”, Poetry Slam Workshops for Teens and Teachers at the Birmingham Public Library, The Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Lecture—Landscape of Transformations: Architecture and Birmingham, Alabama, Alabama Author William Cobb Discusses The Last Queen of the Gypsies, Neighborhood Libraries Prepare for Holiday Schedule, East Lake Branch Library Grand Re-opening, Birmingham Bound—Fall Series of Author Talks and Book Signings.     (March 21 2017), Central Library to host Trivia Night @ BPL on March 20, 2017 Calvester Sanders moves from no computer skills to learning how to operate desktop       (November 21 2016), Turkey give-away contest at North Birmingham Library: Read a book, enter drawing to win free turkey     (February 21 2017), “Sweet Home: Alabama's History in Maps” exhibit coming to Birmingham Public Library Library Hours. “I offer no comments about the culture at the library or strategic future of BPL, but pray that the City and City Council will make viable plans to support the library system for the next 100 years,” he said.     (September 26 2016), Central Library hosting genealogy workshop for African Americans-Native Americans on Oct. 1     (September 14 2017), Central Library to host free small business workshop on Monday, Sept. 11; Bards & Brews spoken word event is Friday, Sept. 8    (September 08 2017), Free Chinese language and culture classes begin Sept. 11 at the Central Library The library collection also includes electronic databases, films, and other cultural materials.     (May 05 2017), Springville Road Library stitched art drawing winner announced  Birmingham Public Library Presents Annual Storyteller: Lee Brian, That Puppet Guy! At its October 27 meeting, the Board voted to approve Rebekah Craft as the Library’s new Director.     (September 01 2016), Birmingham Public Library holding Recovering the Classics contest during month of September     (October 11 2017), Money Matters workshop series returns to Central Library beginning Oct.18 Close at 2pm December 31; Closed January 1 for New Year's Day ** Hours subject to change due to the rapidly changing pandemic …     (June 26 2020), BPL Remembers Longtime BPL Friends Bookstore Manager Thracie Pace    (May 21 2020), Registration for 2020 Virtual Summer Learning Begins May 16    (May 15 2020), All Locations of the Birmingham Public Library are Closed to the Public for Use of Library, Events, Programs, Partnerships, and Community Engagement Outreach    (March 15 2020), Birmingham Public Library Birmingham Counts 2020 Census Campaign Begins March 13      (October 08 2015), New York City Bakery Owners to Celebrate Evening of Desserts and Baked Goods at Vulcan Park     (October 08 2015), Evening of Food Stories to Highlight Eat Drink Read Write Festival Wednesday, October 7    (October 06 2015), Chefs, Bloggers, Restaurateurs Share Tips to Kick Off Eat Drink Read Write Festival Tuesday, October 6    (October 05 2015), 2015 Eat Drink Read Write Festival Kicks Off Tuesday, October 6, at Central Library Downtown Sunday 12:00 pm - 4:45 pm. From Business: The Royal Oak Public Library maintains a collection of more than 110,000 books and audiovisual materials.     (May 17 2016), About the 2nd Annual Birmingham Community Yard Sale Pre-Mother’s Day Blowout      (April 11 2018), UniverSoul Circus performers visiting Central Library on Tuesday, April 10     (August 29 2018), Central Library hosts display, discussion of “Underground Railroad” quilts on Aug. 14    (August 10 2018), Alabama student poetry group to perform at Bards & Brews July 6 in Central Library     (June 20 2016), Central Library to host panel discussion on how to reduce homicides this Saturday     (October 19 2020), Today, October 15, is the Final Day to Respond to the 2020 Census     (September 29 2017), Oct. 1 Chefs food panel kicks off 2017 Eat Drink Read Write Festival Mailing address: Baldwin Public Library Board Selects Rebekah Craft as New Director The Baldwin Public Library Board of Directors is pleased to announce that it has selected a new Director for the Baldwin Public Library in Birmingham, Michigan. Birmingham Public Library hosting genealogy programs in May Meeting Rooms Birmingham Public Library provides meeting rooms for use by community groups and organizations for a nominal fee.     (January 12 2018), Inglenook Library to host Appreciation for Women event Jan. 19 focusing on healthy marriages     (January 09 2017), Birmingham Public Library receives donation of 106 books in honor of homicide victims     (March 23 2016), All Birmingham Public Libraries Closing for Easter Weekend on Friday through Sunday, March 25-27    (March 21 2016), Holocaust Education Center, Central Library to host The Story of Holocaust Survivor Dora Nesselroth on March 22    (March 18 2016), Miss Iwate resumes her role as Birmingham Public Library friendship ambassador     (March 18 2016), Free Introduction to Grant Writing Workshop to be held at Central Library on Monday, March 21    (March 15 2016), Birmingham Public Library celebrates return of Friendship Doll, Miss Iwate, March 19-20 Baldwin Public Library (0.1 miles) 300 West Merrill Street Birmingham, MI 48009 phone: 248-647-7339. © 2021 Advance Local Media LLC. Get Style Tips for the Season During the Birmingham Public Library's "Fashion Friday," Dec. 7 - 12 p.m. Library Exhibit on Birmingham Civil Rights Attorney Arthur Shores Will Open on November 4, BPL Will Host Several Family-Friendly Halloween Events in October, The Life You Save: How to Keep a Journal You Won’t Throw Away Featuring Author Phyllis Theroux, Birmingham-area Restaurants Ready to Serve During Eat Drink Read Write Festival, Sept. 8 -15, The Birmingham Public Library will get an early start on celebrating the 50th anniversary of the civil rights movement by showing The Barber of Birmingham, Sept. 12 - Oct. 22, 2012, The Birmingham Public Library Will Host the Second Eat Drink Read Write Festival, September 8-15, 2012, Birmingham Public Library to Expand Newly Named Architecture & Design Collection, The Birmingham Public Library Will Start Hosting Monthly Adult Poetry Classes, Smithfield Library will be closed August 3 - 4, 2012 for repairs, Bards & Brews Returns to the Avondale Regional Library in August, The Making of Both Sides of the Lens—an Archives Researcher Locates a Family of Photographers in Alabama’s Rural Fayette County, Olympian Vonetta Flowers Teams Up with the Birmingham Public Library to Remind Residents to Visit Their Local Libraries, Library Mounts New Exhibition on Life in Rural Alabama—Both Sides of the Lens: Photographs by the Shackelford Family, Fayette County, Alabama (1900-1935), Birmingham Libraries to Close Early on Tuesday for Holiday, North Birmingham Library Staff and Pets     (February 13 2017), Birmingham African American Genealogy Group hosting Black Heritage Fair at Central Library on Saturday, Feb. 11 (18) Pickup available.     (April 04 2018), Birmingham Public Library gains worldwide attention for its MLK, civil rights archives     (March 09 2018), Birmingham’s 7 neighborhood libraries resume Daylight Saving Time operating hours on March 12, 2018 Digital Collections.     (October 12 2017), Cyber Security workshop on protecting data to be held Oct. 12 at the Central Library     (October 06 2016), Birmingham Public Library Young Professionals Presents “An Evening of Literary Cocktails”     (August 04 2020), BPL’s Bards & Brews August 7 to Celebrate International Beer Day       (May 30 2018), Teens Engineer BHM Robotics Camp June 4-8 at Central Library kicks off BPL Summer Learning Teen programming    (May 30 2018), BPL transitioning from Summer Reading to 2018 Summer Learning library programs      (May 05 2016), Central Library hosting new art gallery exhibit featuring Birmingham artist Merrilee Challis     (February 24 2017), Birmingham Public Library Student Mock Trial Program heading into home stretch     (May 24 2016), Registration for 2016 Birmingham Public Library Summer Reading programs under way now Library Welcomes Author for a Journey on the Trail of Tears, Genealogy At Its Worst: Researching Convict Records, Summer Reading Leads to Better Grades and More.     (July 21 2020), Media release: As a Grow with Google Partner, the Birmingham Public Library invites public to Grow with Google workshop July 22, resume workshop July 29Help Land Your you to tune in to a special live-stream for job seekers.     (October 14 2016), Birmingham Public Library Board names Innovative Cool award winners for October 2100 Park Place 2016 kicks off Saturday, Jan. 30 at Central Library with spoken word poetry workshop     (January 27 2016), SBA disaster loan center set up at Powderly Branch Library to help those affected by recent tornado    (January 21 2016), MLK Memorial Lecture and Food Drive Slated for Central Library on Sunday, January 17    (January 08 2016), Coloring for Adults to Be Held at Springville Road Branch Library January 8, Central Library January 19     (January 07 2016), Popular Bards & Brews Returns January 8 to Central Library Downtown    (January 06 2016), Central Library to Offer Variety of Free Classes in January 2016    (December 31 2015), Fixed Lunch Hour Added to Birmingham Community Library Schedules    (December 29 2015), With Heavy Traffic Anticipated from Birmingham Bowl, Smithfield Library Will Be Closed Wednesday     (December 28 2015), Birmingham Mayor Presents Proclamation to BPL for Receiving Star Library Designation    (December 23 2015), Birmingham Public Library Announces Closing Dates for Christmas, New Year's Day Holidays      (December 21 2015), Oakwood School of California Visits Central Library as Part of Civil Rights Tour    (December 18 2015), BPL Teens Engineer Birmingham Program Wins $50,000 UAB Benevolent Fund Grant    (December 16 2015), Birmingham Public Library Lending Mobile Wi-Fi HotSpots    (December 11 2015), Popular Coloring for Adults Returns to Central Library on Tuesday, December 15     (December 09 2015), Storyteller Dolores Hydock to Present “A Christmas Memory” at Central Library This Sunday    (December 06 2015), Holiday Activities Planned at BPL through End of the Year    (December 04 2015), BPL Neighborhood Libraries Closing Early Wednesday for Annual Planning Day    (December 01 2015), Birmingham Public Library to Be Closed Thursday through Sunday for Thanksgiving Holiday; Some Locations to Host Thanksgiving and Other Holiday Activities This Week     (November 23 2015), Birmingham City Council President Austin Observes STEM Technology Program at Central Library Meeting rooms are available at many of our affiliate links we may earn a commission Gap Holding Back! 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