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Posted on: May 14, 2020

Beginning June 1 (10:00 am)

The Library will open to the public with limited hours, capacity and services. These are subject to change dependent on pandemic conditions, recommendations of health agencies, local government, and staffing. Libraries are busy places with heavy foot traf...

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Posted on: May 29, 2020

ComedySportz Virtual Program-SIGN UP NOW

Because the library will not be having any in person programs in June, we are going virtual.  Follow the link to sign up for the 10:30 or 1:30 ComedySportz show and we will email you the Zoom code by June 17.   

10:30 ComedySport...

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Posted on: March 26, 2020

All Online Storytimes Here-NEW Updated May 26, 2020

A toddler tales storytime with librarian Miss Anni 5/26/20

Toddler Tales with Miss Anni

A family storytime with librarian Ms. Michelle and her dogs!  5/19/20

Familytime with Ms. Michelle

A familytime with librarian Miss Anni 4/29/20

Familytime with Mi...

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Posted on: May 16, 2020

Booktalks with librarian Ms. Rachel-updated 5/27/20

Watch the chapter booktalk here 5/27/20

New chapter books with Ms. Rachel

Watch the easy and picture booktalk here.

Booktalk with Ms. Rachel

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Posted on: April 1, 2020

Hoopla is here!

Users will need to make an account by creating an account with their email and a password they create. They will then be prompted to choose their library, shown by proximity, and then enter their library card number and PIN.

Hoopla Loan Periods

  • Videos - 3 d...
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Link for Hoopla... Library
Posted on: March 12, 2020

Coronavirus COVID-19 Information - updated 6/1/2020

Coronavirus Statement from the Bridges Library System

Wisconsin COVID-19 Coronavirus Information

Waukesha County COVID-19 Information

State of Wisconsin Resources and Guidelines

Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) has created a webpage for guide...

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Posted on: January 3, 2020

Looking Back with 2020 Vision - Celebrating 60 Years!

Library services for Brookfield residents began in October 1960. Since that time the library has grown from being housed in City Hall to the free-standing building it is today. What was a collection of 3,500 volumes is now well over 156,000 items, and tha...

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Looking Back with 2020 Vision - Program Booklet Library