The Bradley Public Library District offers Outreach Services to provide recreational and educational library materials and programs to people of any age who are not able to come to the library as well as to promote library services in the community.
The Bradley Public Library Homebound Service provides free home delivery of materials to qualified people living within the Bradley Public Library District boundaries. The Program is designed for people who have difficulty getting to the library due to physical limitations, although other exceptions and circumstances will be considered as staffing allows. Library staff and volunteers will work together to deliver materials directly to your home. For more information, please call or email email@example.com.
Bradley Public Library provides materials on requested topics as well as classroom visits. Visit our Teacher Resources page for more information.
The staff of the Bradley Public Library District offers outreach services to schools, civic organizations, and other groups upon request. All requests are on a first come, first serve basis and are subject to staffing limitations and program scheduling. Staff will make every attempt to accommodate requests for:
- A library information booth providing library card registration, general information, or activities
- A book talk or read aloud program
- A general presentation on library resources and services
- A topic booklist to accompany an exhibit or program
- Career day program
- A library tour
To request outreach services, contact the Youth Services Department for youth or parent audiences or the Information Services Department for adult audiences. All requests must be received at least 4 weeks prior to the date requested.