The Brentwood Seed Library is a community effort to share seeds from a variety of plants grown locally. We need your help to build this Heirloom seed library and set up a seed swap between friends and neighbors in the... Continue Reading →
It's National Library Week and to recognize the occasion, we're reminding all members of The Brentwood Library to take advantage of some of the coolest library services we have to offer! We've all wanted to learn a new language at... Continue Reading →
Gone are the days of tilting empty water bottles under the inconsistent water fountain flow. Goodbye antiquated bottle filling technology and welcome the new bottle refilling fountain attachment! The addition offers a quick and convenient way to refill a reusable... Continue Reading →
Susi Graves Pottery Masks Light shades of green and welcoming hues of blue welcome the peering eyes of passers by at the library entrance. This month's showcase features pottery masks and paintings depicting Tennessee beauty, created by Susi Graves. Graves'... Continue Reading →
Thanks to everyone who came out and enjoyed the Arbor Day festivities at The Brentwood Library!
Valentine Adams is the creator of the new library sculpture set to be unveiled on Tuesday, April 11 at 5:30 p.m. Adams discusses the process, and inspiration behind his work. My gratitude and respect for libraries runs deep. So when... Continue Reading →
A few new and helpful additions have been installed across the library facility with an emphasis on convenience. To give library card members easier access to the catalog and services, a new touch screen station has been added. The computer features... Continue Reading →
Beginning Monday, March 20th, the carpet in the meeting room hallway will be replaced. During this time, the hallway and vending/restroom area will closed. Adult restrooms are located next to the media room, and family friendly restrooms with changing tables are... Continue Reading →