Welcome to the Bedford Hills Free Library website.
During this holiday season, we are pleased to share our new publication, Bedford Hills Free Library Progress Report: January 2013-October 2014.
With this review of our recent activities, it is clear that our services and programs are made possible with support from the Town of Bedford, our volunteers, local businesses, and donors.
Thank you to all for making a difference in the lives of our library patrons and neighbors in the Town of Bedford and hamlet of Bedford Hills.
One of our student patrons is completing his
Fox Lane Middle School Building Communities Project to promote early childhood literacy through Open Door Medical Centers. We have set up a box in the Children's Room to accept donations for new or gently used books for children ages 6 months to 5 years.
Until November 28th. Click here for more Information.
Thank you to our Battle of the Books Sponsors & Parents:
AIA Imprint Experts, Cross River & Bedford Hills, NY (aiaps.com). Screened t-shirts & many other promotional imprinting needs, a wonderful service.
Little Joe's Coffee & Books, Katonah, NY (joescb.com). Stop by for a great cup of coffee and then browse for a book to purchase for your own library.
Mark Boyland, Keller Williams Realty, NY, Bedford Village, NY (www.markboyland.com). Associate real estate broker, Mark is a highly experienced agent and along with his team is ready to represent you and your real estate.
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.
Why Use the Library? - click here
Open the door to change by visiting your library!
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.
NYPublic Library :
Fifth Avenue at 42nd St (917) 275-6975
free admission Hours
Always interesting free exhibits
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 10/2014