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We’re not just about books at BPL! Our beautiful building on the corner of Pondfield and Midland is also a cultural center. Join us for concerts, lectures, poetry readings, art exhibitions, films, special programs for teens, a vast array of children’s events – we have something for everyone.

Please note that due to the Coronavirus threat, ALL library events will be virtual until further notice.
SO Circus with SO Fun City

SO Circus with SO Fun City

Wednesday, September 30

4:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Ages 4 and up. Register at  http://www.sofuncity.com/bronxvillefallfun

Step right up…The circus is in town! This interactive workshop takes participants on a journey through practicing and mastering fun circus skills.

Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution

Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution

Thursday, October 1

6:15 pm - 7:15 pm

This is a Zoom event in collaboration with other public libraries in Westchester.  To register, email cutchel@wlsmail.org.

The New-York Historical Society presents the rock & roll world of Bill Graham (1931–1991), one of the most influential concert promoters of all time. Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution explores the life and work of the legendary music impresario who worked with the biggest names in rock music—including the Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Jimi Hendrix, Santana, Led Zeppelin, and the Rolling Stones—and launched the careers of countless music luminaries at his famed Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco and the Fillmore East in New York City.

Organized by the Skirball Cultural Center, which debuted the exhibition in Los Angeles, this comprehensive retrospective of Graham’s life and career explores some of the 20th century’s momentous cultural transformations through the lens of rock & roll. Showcasing more than 300 objects—including rock memorabilia, photographs, and concert posters—the New-York Historical presentation highlights Graham’s personal connections to New York, beginning with a site-specific installation of “The Joshua Light Show,” the trailblazing liquid light show conceived in 1967 by multimedia artist Joshua White that served as a psychedelic backdrop to Graham’s concert productions in New York.