Short Story Series

SHORTS: Listen, Talk, Go….

Do you like a good story, but are too busy to commit to a book club? We are pleased to announce a new monthly series for adults. Come to hear great short stories read aloud followed by a short discussion. SHORTS previews on Thursday April 28th, at 7-8 pm, at the Bedford Hills Train Station, with The Gay Old Dog by Edna Ferber read by Austin Galvin. The series is hosted and moderated by Heide Shilstone. Please RSVP here; walk-ins welcome!


Bedford Hill Free Library Forgives Fines

Stop by the library to return overdue items and request amnesty. All fees will be waved through the end of April. Fine forgiveness does not include lost items. “It’s nice to give people a friendly break.” – Dorothy

Exterior of Fairfield Art Museum

Museum Passes

Bedford Hills Free Library patrons may now enjoy access to some of the most exciting educational and cultural institutions in the world.

Tech Tuesday

Interested in learning how to stream or download movies for free from your library? Join us for a quick tutorial of what the Westchester Library System (WLS) offers. Tech Tuesday begins at 6 pm, and held monthly. The next workshop will be held May 10th.

cartoon of actors

Off The Page

For a little bit of drama during the school break, bring your kids to Story Time at the Bedford Hills Free Library on Wednesday, May 18th at 4:30 pm. Our new Off the Page series with Sallie Sills introduces kids to fun theater games and explores the dramatic elements of good stories well told.

Teen Team Leaders Program

Teen Team

We are pleased to announce a new Teen Team Leaders Program for High School students seeking meaningful experience and job skills. Community Service credit available as well as other benefits. Teens are asked to apply by May 12 for projects in the Summer and Fall.

Recommended Reading

Centennial Gala 2015