IMPORTANT SERVICE CHANGES
Due to the increase in cases of COVID-19, the Bronxville Library will be reducing services starting on Friday, November 27th until further notice.
In the interest of safety for the patrons and staff:
*in-person visits will be limited to 30 minutes for browsing and picking up materials
*Seating will not be available
*Computers will not be available
*newspapers will not be available
*virtual programs will continue as scheduled
*mobile printing services will be available
*contact-less pickup services available
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.
*Wear your mask! Patrons who do not wear masks will be asked to leave per Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order
*Contact-less pickup will continue for those who do not feel comfortable entering the building.
The Bronxville Library will adjust its service level in accordance with the Governor’s Executive Orders.
Overdue Fines Resume:
Starting January 2, 2021, we will begin collecting fines again for overdue materials. To avoid late fees, please return overdue items to our book drop inside the library during operating hours. For your convenience, our outdoor book drop located at the front entrance of the building on Pondfield Road is open 24/7. You may also pay for lost materials or overdue fines through a new online bill pay service called Smart PAY.
Our front book drop at the Pondfield Road entrance is open 24/7 and the back book drops on Library Lane are open when the Library is closed.
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.
Tuesday, January 19 | 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
This is a Zoom event. To register, click here.
Ever since the movie industry was born in the 1890s, audiences have thrilled to watch stories come to life on the big screen. At first, this screen wasn’t very big—nor was attending the stuffy local nickelodeon all that pleasant. But by the 1920s, extravagant movie palaces were constructed in downtowns all over the country and moviegoing was transformed into a luxury experience. Sadly, this would end in the 1950s with the rise of the suburbs and the explosion of drive-in theaters, followed by shopping mall multiplexes. Today, going to the movies can be either overwhelming—at seven-story IMAX theaters—or thoroughly unpleasant, as your neighbor gobbles nachos and beer and teenagers talk and text throughout the film. And with the advent of the pandemic, for most of us, moviegoing is now just a memory. This presentation will look at the fascinating history of movie theaters and examine how the experience of moviegoing has changed over the decades, and whether movie theaters will survive in the age of Netflix.
BRIAN ROSE is a professor emeritus at Fordham University, where he taught for 38 years in the Department of Communication and Media Studies. He’s written several books on television history and cultural programming, and conducted more than a hundred Q&A’s with leading directors, actors, and writers for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, the Screen Actors Guild, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, and the Directors Guild of America.
Monday, January 25 | 12:00 am – 4:30 pm
- Monday January 25th at 4PM
SO YummyKids will feel like they are contestants on The Food Network!It’s time to create delicious treats and play as contestants in SO Yummy, a fast paced food creation event where kids will feel like they are on LIVE TV. Netflix’s Nailed It meets Sugar Rush in this NO OVEN required interactive event. Kids will not only be amazed at what they create but will love the special effects, music, and high energy hosts! Will you be the next SO Fun City star? Everyone will leave with a delicious treat to enjoy and a lot of laughs along the way.
Tuesday, February 9 | 12:00 am
The College Landscape: Now and Beyond presented by College Starter’s Jeff Hirsch, Founder/ Teacher/ Counselor
Tuesday, February 9th @ 8:00 PM
This free workshop will look at how the pandemic has affected the class of 2022 and beyond from an admissions perspective. We will look at what role the SAT and ACT will play in the upcoming cycles and what exactly Test Optional means for students. The workshop will also take a deeper dive into the various application plans including Early Decision and Early Decision II, how best to capture a student’s organic talents and interests, and why getting an early jump on the admissions and application process might be more important than ever.
Looking for a new source of conversation, inspiration, and friendship during this time of social distancing due to COVID-19? DOROT’s programs on the phone and Zoom video conference open a world of possibilities for older adults. Click on the image above for more information.
Our regular winter hours will resume on Tuesday, September 8th with the exception of Sundays remaining closed until further notice.
|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 — 9:00 PM|
|Friday||9:30 AM — 5:30 PM|
|Saturday||9:30 AM — 5:00 PM|