Category Archives: In Bloom

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Bloomfield Recycles

The Town of Bloomfield now offers kiosks for residential household recycle items. Kiosks have been installed at the Prosser Public Library, Town Hall, and Human Services buildings. The multi-bin E-cycler is an easy solution to keep common electronic waste out of landfills.  Read more >

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Bloomfield Introduces Kanopy Films

Prosser Public Library is pleased to announce that it now offers Kanopy, the popular on-demand film streaming service. With Kanopy, Bloomfield patrons will have access to more than 30,000 films, for free Read more >

Realities of Genealogy Research

Genealogy research is like sitting down to do a massive jigsaw puzzle, except you’re not sure if all the pieces are there. Learn more about the realities of genealogy research, how to request military records, and how the library can help! Read more >

Stormy skies over Prosser Public Library building

Weathering the Storm

Strong winds, heavy rain, and power outages swept across the state during Tuesday’s storm. Need to recharge your devices? We’ve got you powered up, at the library! Also, check out this picture of a beautiful hail stone! Read more >

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A Conversation with Justice Clarence Thomas

The Library of Congress recently interviewed Justice Clarence Thomas, associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. A native of Georgia, Clarence Thomas was nominated by President George H.W. Bush to become an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court and was seated on the Court on October 23, 1991. Read more >

Mount Everest

In Search of Adventure

Did you ever just want to get away? Did you ever just want to climb Mount Everest? Well, maybe that second question is a stretch… but what if you could climb Mount Everest, or have a swashbuckling sword fight with a villain, or even be a secret Librarian whose mission it is to steal books from alternate realities?… Read more >

Poets, Let Spring Be Your Muse

If the saying, “April showers bring May flowers” is true, then we’re in for a spectacular spring this year! Check out some springtime poetry, plus new poems on the Poetry Sharing Page… Read more >