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Thank you for your support!

Thanks to a strong show of support from our community, the Bedford Hills Free Library raised $38K through our Annual Fund Drive. If you have not yet contributed, please Donate Now to help fund programs and services that change lives and benefit our entire community. Thank you! 

Community Read and Prize Drawing

The Library will be collaborating with the Bedford Central School District, to promote the community reading initiative, United We Read to bring local residents together through the shared love of reading. The Boys in the Boat, by Daniel James Brown, has been chosen for this year’s Community Read.  Patrons who participate are invited to enter into a prize drawing!

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What’s your story?

During our centennial year, we reflect upon our personal stories, library stories, and community stories. Through the process of remembering we also envision a bright future for our library and Bedford Hills. Do you wish to share your story? What is your fondest library memory? What book or movie changed your life?

Tech Tuesday

The Library will offer a new monthly workshop series, Tech Tuesday, beginning February 23rd, at 6:00pm and held on the last Tuesday of each month.  The workshops are intended for library patrons interested in learning more about navigating the web, accessing digital library resources, and creating online profiles for, resume construction, professional development, and virtual community participation.

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Museum Passes

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

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Join Teen and Tween Book Clubs

New Teen and Tween book groups invite new members. InBeTween Pages (5th-8th grade) is led by Susan Polos and Louisa Polos. Book Blasters (8th-12th grade) led by Lena Roy explores Vlogging or Podcasting about books. Both groups meet monthly.

Recommended Reading

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