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.
|September is Library Card Month!|
Everyone needs a library card and
a Library Card is also an important School Tool!
We are your community library.
Join the Library during September.
Recently a patron asked: What is the Library of Congress?
Answer: The Library serves as the research arm of Congress and is recognized as the national library of the United States. Its collections comprise the world's most comprehensive record of human creativity and knowledge. Open to those age 16 and older without charge or special permission, it is the world's largest library and a great resource to scholars and researchers. More information...
On Library of Congress website click on Frequently Asked Questions.
Construction Grant Received from New York State
The Bedford Hills Free Library received an $18,202 Construction Grant from New York State for a new project to upgrade its entire lighting system and improve climate control. The changes will create more energy efficient and pleasant conditions for its patrons as the library prepares to mark the centennial of its founding in 2015. Read More....
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WISH LIST ALERT !
Please consider donating your old iPad2 to the library for the Children's Room!
It is a great learning tool and would be greatly appreciated.
Last week to visit exhibit: until Sunday, September 7th:
NYPublic 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.
Interested in saving energy & costs at home? CLICK HERE
Librarian Pick of the Month
The mission of the Westchester Library System (WLS) is to ensure that all residents have seamless access to excellent library service throughout Westchester County. WLS provides model programs, affordable and easy-to-use information technology, and support services that enable its 38 member public libraries to continuously improve service to their communities.
site updated 07/2014