LIBRARY CLOSURE - May 20-23

Bloomington Library will be CLOSED Monday-Thursday, May 20-23.

The Bookmobile will make its stops during these closures. The Bookmobile schedule is available at bit.ly/bookmobileschedule.

  • Monday’s English Conversation Group will meet at STAR Literacy (201 E. Grove St.)
  • Tuesday’s Fiction Book Club will meet online via Zoom. Visit bit.ly/fiction521 to register for this program and receive the Zoom link.

This closure will allow us to continue to unbox 107,000 books (which were moved to storage when our construction project began) and to shelve 262,000 books. Some collections and areas of the library will not be available until the library reopens on Friday, May 24.

During open hours leading up to the closure, call 309.590.6120 or text 309.446.8398 with questions.

True Crime Book Club

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Program Type:

Book Club, Online Program

Age Group:

Adult, Teens
Please note you are looking at an event that has already happened.
Registration for this event is no longer open.

Program Description

Lock Your Doors: A True Crime Book Club will meet online via Zoom to discuss Highway of Tears: A True Story of Racism, Indifference, and the Pursuit of Justice for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls by Jessica McDiarmid.

Contact the Adult Services Desk at 309.590.6168 or reference@bloomingtonlibrary.org to check out or reserve a print copy of this month’s book. Digital copies of this book (eBook or eAudiobook) may be available through the Libby or Hoopla apps.

Registration can be completed online below, by calling 309.590.6168, or in person at the Adult Services Desk.

Questions about this book club can be emailed to Mimi at reference@bloomingtonlibrary.org.

Whether you're a long-time true crime reader, a devoted fan of the ID (Investigative Discovery) channel, or you just discovered the true crime genre through podcasts, Lock Your Doors is the book club for you.  Join us for a discussion of some fascinating and disturbing crimes in this new quarterly book club.