Bethlehem Public Library events are free and open to all residents and
visitors of the North Country!
Summer Reading Program: Herbs for Brain Health with Tish Webber
Tuesday, July 21st 2pm
Tish Webber will teach an herbal approach to keeping our brains
healthy. There are many health conditions that directly influence
our brain function. Learn how to support brain health - including
memory, nervous system and the affects of aging - using herbs.
Tish is a certified herbalist and owner of Healing Birch Studio in Bethlehem.
This program will take place outside on the library lawn. We will practice social distancing.
**Please wear your mask**
**Please bring your own chair if you can.**
Thursday, July 16th Noon
Cafe Book Discussion
discussion is The Yellow House by Sarah M. Broom
The discussion will take place via Zoom video conferencing.
to see more info on Readers Cafe tab
Free Books from Tumblebooks!
TumbleBooks, a world leader in online
children’s books, has announced it will make its family of online
libraries available for free to all libraries until August 31!
TumbleBooks also offers adult books. Their databases are easy
to use, and feature unlimited access from home! You can read as many
books as you want, when you want, and on any device. There are no
check-outs, holds, or downloads. Books are available instantly. Click
on the logos below to get started.
All ages audiobook database
A collection of romances for adults. Inspirational, historical, and steamy romances too!
The Internet Archive is a free online library filled with public domain
materials- so classic books and audiobooks read by volunteers, as well
as other archived video footage, software and even websites.
Thursday, March19th Noon OR
Saturday, March 21st 9am
Cafe Book Discussion
discussion is Circle of Friends by Maeve Binchy
book, two discussion times!
to see more Readers Cafe books
Every Friday, 10:40-11:30am
An informal discussion program, with a different topic every week.
3/6 You and your doctor
3/20 We all need connections
3/27 Would you rather?
for available times)
an appointment for one-on-one help with your device, learning to
use the card catalog, beginning research using our journal and
genealogy databases. Ask us anything!