To commemorate the library’s founding and 100 years of community, we reflect upon our personal stories, library stories, and community stories. Through the process of remembering, relating, and recording, we also envision a bright future for our library and Bedford Hills. Read more about activities over the next six months. Join in the fun!
Learn from Jonathan Baccay, a Fox Lane High School student who has competed in 150 tournaments over nine years. Open to those who wish to learn the fundamentals, receive a brush-up, or just play! Young Patrons (10 years and up): Tuesday, August 25; 6:30 – 7:30 pm. Kids (5-9 years and up): Thursday August 27; 4:30-5:30 pm.
Tell us a story in 100 words or less. What is your fondest library memory? Who is your unsung hero? What book or movie changed your life?
Bedford Hills Free Library patrons may now enjoy access to some of the most exciting educational and cultural institutions in the world.
Summer Reading supports recreational and required reading for kids of all ages. Books this year explore the lives of those who inspire and influence us. We also offer activities to discover the unsung heroes of our community.
Summer reading materials are now available for adults and children to borrow and enjoy during visits to the Bedford Hills Memorial Park pool. Co-sponsored by the Town of Bedford Recreation and Parks Department.
Heart of the Hamlet Community Festival