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Stories, Songs and Surprises

Thursday, June 13 11:15 – 11:45 am This Week’s Theme: Community Helpers Join Mrs. Crummy and special guest story readers from our community, along with songs, surprises and a special craft. More Information                                            

Tales on the Trails

Tuesday, June 11 10:30 AM Family event for children ages 2 and older Bedford Free Library and the BRLA are partnering to bring you a short kid-friendly trail hike + storytime in the woods with Kelly Crummy. Registration is required. Please register online. Register Here More Information                

YA Summer Kickoff Event

Thursday, June 13 3:00pm Entering Grades 6 and up Come celebrate the start of Summer! Learn about Summer 2024 at the Library Eat ice cream Play board games Win prizes! Registration is required.  Please register online. Register Here More Information YA Summer 2024 Brochure  

Summer Kickoff Event: Joshy K Magic

Wednesday, June 12 Historical Hall Family Event 5:00pm Join us and Joshy K as we introduce our summer reading programs. Joshy K is a renowned magician and mentalist who will use illusions, transformation, mind reading and head morphing to take us on an adventure. Learn about READsquared, (Our online Summer reading game) Learn about our

Truck Day 2024

Saturday, June 15 Location: Bedford Village Elementary School 45 Court Road Bedford, NY All Ages Free to the public 10am – 1pm Come see trucks of all shapes and sizes.  All our welcome!  Great Father’s Day activity! Unless there are severe storms, this event will be rain or shine.  More Information Summer Brochure 2024  

Storytime at Rochambeau Farm

Saturday, June 8 11am Family Event Rochambeau Farm 214 W Patent Rd, Mt Kisco, NY 10549 rochambeaufarmny.com Join us for storytime with Mrs. Crummy at Rochambeau Farm Pizza is available for purchase Bring a blanket No registration required – space is limited In case of inclement weather, check the Library website for rain date information

Westchester Breathes

Monday, June 24 9:30 – 10:30am via Zoom This wellness program offers instruction in simple, effective breathing and movement exercises and is suitable for all ages.  It has been especially valuable for those experiencing stress and anxiety. Register Here                                

Summer Reading Game for K-5 and 6-12

For Children entering K – 5 Children’s READsquared Summer Reading Program, 6/13 – 8/7 Here’s how it works: Read for one hour and earn a sticker to put on your reading log Read for two hours and earn raffle tickets for a chance to win a gift certificate We will have weekly raffle drawings throughout

Women and Money Series

Wednesdays @ 1pm via Zoom May 15 June 12 The Women and Money series is back by popular demand!  How to Make Sense of Today’s Financial Markets hosted by Julia Strayer, CPWA®, CIMA®, CRPC® and Liz Maccarone, CRPC® Register for May 15 Register for June 12 More Information            

18th Annual Poetry Contest for Children and Young Adults

Deadline: April 30th at 5:00 pm For ages 6 – 18 Celebrate National Poetry Month! Showcase your creativity through Poetry! Poems will be judged and prizes will be awarded in several different age groups. Pick up an entry form from the Library or download the entry form our website. Entry Form More Information    

Create With Christa: Money Matters

Thursday, May 16 3:15 – 4:00 pm Grades 3 – 5 We will be talking money and testing various liquids to see which will clean our pennies best! Registration is required. Please register online. Register Here More Information                                  

The Many Pleasures of Poems with Dr. DiYanni

Wednesdays: April 3, 10 & 17 4:00 – 5:00pm Some of poetry’s pleasures are verbal, some intellectual, others emotional. We respond to the words in poems, to the ideas they spark, and to the feelings they evoke. Poems can make our skin tingle, our feet tap, and our fingers snap in time to a rhythmic

Ice Cream Social & Poetry Contest Awards

Wednesday, May 23 @3:00pm Fellowship Hall at Bedford Presbyterian Church Parking in center of back lot Family Event Winners of the Poetry Contest will be announced at 3:30pm Make your own sundae M&M guessing game Free of charge, no registration necessary Ice cream provided by Bedford Candy Bar! Many thanks to Bedford Presbyterian Church for

High School Writing Contest Winners

Congratulations to the winners of the 16th Annual High School Writing Contest! Fiction 1st place-The Fault in Our April by Elissa Leka 2nd place-The Dinner Table by Rachel Agnello 3rd place-The Apology by Diya Bino Nonfiction 1st place-Why Participation Awards Should Be Given to Children Who Play Sports by Ella Brown 2nd place-Of Mice and

Silvia’s Hot Book Picks – Spring 2024

Silvia is out with her latest list of the most anticipated books of the season. Click below to see what’s hot this spring and use the links to our catalog to place your orders or print the list. 2024 SPRING MOST ANTICIPATED BOOKS        

Canned Food Drive thru March 2nd

The Bedford Free Library will have a bin for the United Way Canned Food Drive. Please bring your non perishable donation and put in the donation bin by the Adult Desk. Any questions see attached flyer. More information

High School Writing Contest 2024

For high school students who attend school or reside in the Bedford Central School District Deadline Tuesday, February 27 @ 5PM All entries must be submitted by email as a PDF to mmcmanus@bedfordfreelibrary.org Rules & More Information        

Library is Closed

The Library is closed today, February 13.  Enjoy the snow and stay safe! Can’t wait for a book?  Check out selections on Libby/Overdrive and download to your device. Check Out Libby/Overdrive

Jen and Lulu’s Crochet Circle

Six-week session on Wednesdays February 7, 14, 28 & March 6, 13, 20 (Must attend each session) 3:15 – 4:00 pm Grade 3 and older All experience levels welcome Join Jen and Lulu in learning the art of crocheting. You will learn basic stitches and create a beautiful project to wear. *Supplies will be provided!

Crafts for the Community

Drop-in Craft Wednesday, January 31 and Thursday, February 1 Grades 5 and up 3:00pm – 5:00pm *Community Service hours will be given The Library will have supplies to make Valentine cards and decorate treat bags for Health Care Providers in our community. *Please bring 1 bag of candy to donate for the treat bags* More

Baby Bounce & Rhyme Winter 2024

Wednesdays 9:30- 10:00 AM Babies ages 4 – 12 months accompanied by an adult Session 1: February 28 & March 6, 13, 20, 27 Session 2: April 10, 17, 24 & May 1, 8 With Angeline of Musical Munchkins As space is limited, please only register for one session. Baby Bounce & Rhyme Session 1

Holiday Hours

The Library will be CLOSED Saturday, December 23 – Tuesday, December 26 and Saturday, December 30 – Monday, January 1 Can’t wait for a book?  Check out selections on Overdrive/Libby and download to your device. Check Out Overdrive/Libby Happy Holidays!

Thanksgiving Closings

The Library will have the following schedule for the Thanksgiving Holiday: Wednesday, November 22, Open 10AM to 1PM (Early Closing) Thursday, November 23,  Closed Friday, November 25 and Saturday, November 26, Open Regular Hours Can’t wait for a book?  Check out selections on Overdrive/Libby and download to your device. Check Out Overdrive/Libby

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