Birmingham opened in 1920 in the East Side Community House before moving to its location in 1930. In 2003, the facility received an expansion that doubled its size, allowing it to host more programs for children than any other branch in Lucas County. Birmingham offers a special collection of materials related to Hungarian language and culture. Special features include stained glass panels and a mural reflecting the Hungarian heritage of the Birmingham community.
Our Birmingham Cultural Center is a collection of books and historical documents in English and Hungarian. The collection celebrates the rich Hungarian heritage of the neighborhood and includes historic photographs of life, artwork, clothing and dolls in authentic Hungarian costume.
See making gear options here and call 419.259.5210 to check for availability and reservations.
We are happy to help you with email, information searches, Microsoft and Google products, eMedia access, and more with drop-in or scheduled help. See our Computers & Technology page for classes and other technology learning resources.
We’re happy to be a good neighbor by providing free self-serve community room space. (Self-serve means you may move furniture, but you will need to return room to original set-up. Technology support may be available.) Users of this space must agree to and follow the Library Community Room policy.