The Bedford Hills Free Library, located in the heart of the hamlet of Bedford Hills, was established in 1915 as a community library.
We offer a personal touch with a full range of library services.
You are invited!
The Date is coming up quickly! Please send your RSVP
A jazz reception is being held to honor Rhoda Gushue
upon her retirement as director of the
Bedford Hills Free Library.
For Prices & Ticket information CLICK HERE!
Rhoda dedicated 43 years of service to our library and the community!
If you have any questions, please send us an email.
Rhoda Gushue (L) ~ A Jazz celebration with the fabulous Glenda Davenport (R)
NEW! Wondering what to do with your old iPad2?
Please consider donating it to the library for the Children's Room!
It is a great learning tool and would be greatly appreciated.
Until March 23rd at the New York Public Library :
"The ABC of It: Why Children's Books Matter"
Fifth Avenue at 42nd St (917) 275-6975
free admission Hours
For lovers of children's books and illustration.
Informative for teachers, parents & caregivers. How first books teach us about our world.
Until April 27th at The Morgan Library & Museum : "The Little Prince" by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
225 Madison Avenue (212) 590-0390
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Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's The Little Prince has captivated readers throughout the world. A French tale of an interstellar traveler who comes to Earth in search of friendship and understanding was written and first published in New York City, during the World War II. Featured: twenty-five of the manuscript pages and all forty-three of the earliest versions of drawings for the book.
If you haven't read The Little Prince, we have copies, check one out!
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