In partnership with Driving-Tests.org, the Bridgeport Public Library is proud to offer FREE Connecticut Driver Permit practice tests.
These tests, for both automobile and motorcycle, along with the Driver Handbook for each, are available by clicking on the link. You will be taken directly to the test pages.
Spark a Reaction!
Sign up online for summer reading. Write reviews and pull from our “grab bag”
Participate in our photo id contest for random drawing gift card prize.
Teens and Tweens-Sign Up Link
Bridgeport Public Library All Locations
This essay contest, sponsored by Metrocrops is for students who will be in the 8th grade in September 2014 in a school located in Bridgeport, CT. This essay contest honors and celebrates the innovations that were part of Bridgeport’s proud industrial past.
The top three winners will receive brand new Kindle e-readers and Amazon gift cards to download books. Read More
Breaking News!- We have added X-Box Wednesday on the 4th Wednesday of the month; also at 6:00.
Contact Newfield Branch: 203 576-7828
4th Fridays - 6:00 - 900: PM
Burroughs - Saden Library 1st floor
KIDS GOT POETRY!
Join us on the 1st & 3rd Satudays of each month for a: Youth Poetry Workshop hosted & instructed by Poetz Realm, Jason Dorsey & Vanessa Liles with special guest Elm City’s own Baub OneGod Bidon.
Then, on the 4th Friday evening of each month come to the BPL’s brand new 4th Fridays: Open Mic Cafe.
Note: Connecticut Against Violence will not host Open Mic Cafe’ today (May 23rd) since we have a special event presented by Ms Kathy Silver & Bassick High School photography class Next Friday May 30th.
The Yale Peabody Museum in New Haven is our newest museum pass!
Available at all branches of the Bridgeport Public Library.
Check out all the venues we have available for free admission or a discounted price using your Bridgeport Public Library adult library card.
Speak Out Against Bullying
The Hearst Connecticut Newspaper Group is embarking on a project delving into bullying in our schools and woud like to hear directly from students.
Here’s a short video on what some students have already said: click here.