Bethlehem Public Library events are free and open to all residents and
visitors of the North Country!
History of Hershey Chocolate
Photo Credit: Robert Kaplafka
Saturday, March 2nd 11am
F. Keyes, historic researcher and speaker, will tell the behind the
scenes story of the Hershey Chocolate Company. Milton Hershey made his
fortune, and then...he gave it all away to help children. This
illustrated lecture on the beloved American company is suitable for all
Chocolate will be served!
eBay Selling Basics
Thursday, March 14th 6pm
This program will give you the basics of selling on eBay.
Learn the anatomy of creating a professional listing, from research to shipping.
For the selling hobbyist or the serious entrepreneur.
Everyone that attends class has a chance to win the eBay raffle!
Your homework before the program: Set yourself up with a PayPal and eBay account and get ready to make some money!
Oscar-nominated movies at the Library!
A few more!
Thursday, February 28th 3pm - RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET (PG)
Saturday, March 16th 11am - GREEN BOOK (PG-13)
Friday, March 29th 5pm - IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK (R)
Friday, March 29th 3pm
Learn the history of this ancient body art, and try it yourself!
This program is for children grade 5 and up, and adults
Registration is required - call the Library 869-2409 to reserve your spot!
Adventures in Quilting: Piecing Stars
Tuesdays 1:30-4pm February 19th - April 2nd
Taught by Everett Aldrich
Class size is limited; call the Library to sign up
Every Friday, 10:40am
An informal discussion program, with a different topic every week.
March topics: Connections, Worry, Dreams, Forgiveness, The Dark Side
Thursday, March 14th
Saturday, March 16th 9am
Cafe Book Discussion
discussion book is The Chaperone by Laura Moriarty
book, two discussion times!
to see more Readers Cafe books
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!