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.
Monday, August 17
10:00 am - 10:30 am
Musical Munchkins is bringing the class to your living room! Just be sure to login to the Zoom meeting ahead of time to avoid any hiccups. Grab your dancing shoes and have a blast!
In order to receive the meeting ID and password for class please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include parent/guardians FULL name and phone number.
All meetings will now be recorded by the library, cameras turned on and guardian’s full name must be on display during the program.
Monday, August 17
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
This is a Zoom event. To register, email email@example.com
New York City is one of the world’s great meccas for Art. Several art movements began here, many artists have chosen to make the City their home, and artists from all over want to exhibit their art here in one of our great museums or numerous galleries. In this presentation you will learn such things as: how did the Ashcan School gets its name, why Diego Rivera’s masterpiece at Rockefeller Center got destroyed, who was the first supermodel that posed nude for many sculptors, how art is displayed on Harlem storefronts, why Salvador Dali had a tantrum over one of his creations, and many other interesting things. If you always wanted to be an artist or just love art, you will enjoy this presentation.
Presented by Art and Susan Zuckerman.