Buy your tickets at the Bridgeville Library Circulation Desk. Tickets are $5.00 for adults, $2.50 for children, and children 3 and under are free.
Saturday June 13th from Noon-4pm - Join us for the Jumpin' June Jamboree sponsored by the Friends of the Bridgeville Library. Their will be entertainment by Flatland Drive Bluegrass Band and D.J. services by J&B Entertainment. We will have vendors, Basket raffles, games, and face painting. Delicious food will also be available for purchase.
The Friends of the Bridgeville Library Present:The Woodbridge School District Conservation Club, Phillis Wheatley Elementary School
The Friends of the Bridgeville Library Present: The Woodbridge School District Conservation Club, Phillis Wheatley Elementary School. Enjoy this collection of student photography projects on display through the end of May.
Saturday May 30th from 1-3pm - "Cause For Alarm: Protecting Delaware From Fire"
Delaware, a state with many densely packed communities filled with old, wooden structures, has seen its share of tragic fires and conflagrations. This grave threat to public safety, from the beginning of colonization, caused people to enact regulations and form fire departments.
This story of firefighting provides an overview of what fire has done to our towns and cities as we rebuilt, implemented new laws, and organized more effective fire protection forces.
The lecture, presented by Mr. Mike Dixon, is loaded with stories describing how places throughout the state bravely confronted the “fire fiend” when the dreaded “fire bell in the night” called people them from their slumbers.
This is a lecture/discussion program and is funded by the Delaware Humanities Forum and presented by Mr. Mike Dixon.
Basic Computer I - Wednesday May 20th, 6-7pm - Introduction to the computer
Basic Computer II - Saturday May 23rd, 11-12pm - Further introduction to the computer, including Microsoft programs
Kindle, Wednesday May 6th, 6-7pm - Introduction to the Kindle
iPad, Wednesday May 13th, 6-7pm - Introduction to the iPad
eReader, Wednesday May 27, 6-7pm - Introduction to the eReader