SPECIAL EVENTs Funded By THe Friends
The FOBPL organizes and funds many special events and performances such as........Musical performances by the Kalayjian-Kazantsev Duo, the Sima Trio, Jules Belmont with Chris Venditti, Goldberg’s Variations, The Princeton Nassons, Woodlawn Jazz Greats, and Diana Templeton.
Film series featuring works by Peter Yates, Greg Mottola, Gurinder Chadha, and Wayne Wang.
Author appearances by Pulitzer Prize winner William J. Broad, Norb Vonnegut, Andrea Montalbano, and Sam Roberts.
Check the FOBPL web site and Facebook page regularly for upcoming events.....
Children's PROGRAMS FUNDED BY THE FRIENDS
The FOBPL underwrites all of the Bronxville Public Library's children’s programming including the Summer Reading Program, and Concert Series, Dawny Dew and her Puppet Friends, Paws for Tales, Green Golly & Her Golden Flute, and ongoing seasonal crafts, contests and enrichment programs.
Additional programming and funding for the Annual Poetry Reading and Contest and Kindles, pre-loaded with content.
Check the Library's web site regularly for upcoming childern's and young adult programs......
Museum Pass Program FUNDED BY THE FRIENDS
The Museum Pass Program at the Bronxville Public Library has been expanded and is the perfect activity for adults and children of all ages. Twelve extraordinary museums are availalbe to holders of Bronxville Library Cards. Perennial favorites include the American Museum of Natural History, the New York Historical Society and the Guggenheim, and as of May 2015, we have added the Children’s Museum of Manhattan to our list. The program is made possible by FOBPL. Contact the reference librarian at Contact the reference librarian for more information at 914.337.7680 (ext. 24) or visit the library web site for more Information
Free Access to Consumer Reports
Bronxville Library card holders have access to Consumer Reports Online. Formed as an independent, nonprofit organization in 1936, Consumer Reports serves consumers through unbiased product testing and ratings, research, journalism, public education, and advocacy. Access is made possible by FOBPL. Contact the reference librarian for more information at 914.337.7680 (ext. 24).