OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
We will resume our normal Summer schedule starting Tuesday, June 23rd.
Please be considerate to your fellow patrons and especially the staff of the Bronxville Public Library and help keep us safe with the following:
*If you feel sick or have been in contact with covid the last 14 days please do not visit the library at this time.
*Maintain Social distancing.
*Please do not linger in the Library. Try and keep you visit to 30 minutes or less.
*Wear your mask! Patrons who do not wear masks will be asked to leave per Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order
*Please continue to return your material via the book drops. Book drops are open for returns during our operating hours.
*Curbside pickup will continue for those who do not feel comfortable entering the building.
Also, the following have been implemented in order minimize the risk to Patrons and Staff:
*Only the bathrooms on the lower level will be open to the Public
*Only two computers will be made available for public use with a 30 minute time limit.
*Seating capacity has been reduced.
*Occupancy levels for each room are clearly noted.
*The play area in the Children’s Room is closed for the time being.
*There are no Children’s computers available for public use.
*There will be no in-house programs for the time being.
The Bronxville Library will adjust its service level in accordance with the Governor’s Executive Orders.
Currently, the book drop hours are the same as our operating hours.
Access Your Account by Phone:
With your library card and pin number and by calling (914) 674-4169, you can get a list of checked out items, get a list of current holds and renew items.
Monday, July 6 | 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
This is a Zoom event. To register, click here.
American television was all set to launch in the late 1930s, but its progress was interrupted by the start of World War II. Finally, by the end of the 1940s, NBC and CBS began broadcasting to their east coast affiliates. They offered viewers a wide variety of programs: situation comedies, vaudeville-style revues, and most impressively, live original dramas. Within a few years, these anthology programs, like Kraft Television Theatre and Ford Television Theatre launched the careers of soon-to-be famous directors like Arthur Penn and John Frankenheimer, actors like Paul Newman and James Dean, and playwrights like Paddy Chayevsky and Rod Serling. But by the end of the 1950s, the era of live TV “theater” was over. So too was New York City as a center of TV production. This presentation will look at the forces that made this “golden age” such an intriguing chapter in TV history and why it was so short-lived.
Monday, July 6 | 4:30 pm
For all ages! Register here: www.sofuncity.com/
Tune into this live performance featuring magic, juggling, and comedy. The Circus guy has been seen performing around the world and write for the TruTV show, The Carbonaro Effect.
For the Childrens and Teen Summer Reading Game information visit:
Or visit the children or teen page. Links are top right of the website!
|Monday||9:30 AM — 5:30 PM|
|Tuesday||1:00 PM — 9:00 PM|
|Wednesday||9:30 AM — 5:30 PM|
|Thursday||1:00 PM — 5:30 PM|
|Friday||9:30 AM — 5:30 PM|
|Saturday||9:30 AM — 1:00 PM|
Click on the images below for themed book suggestions. The titles shown are owned by the Bronxville Library and may be borrowed through curbside pickup. Many titles are also available in e-book or e-audio format.