Young Adults

Young Adult Programs

Crafts for the Community

Crafts for the Community

Thursday, January 20

10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Grab & Go Craft
Grades 5 and Older

We will be making Valentines crafts to donate to The Health Care Team Members at Northern Westchester Hospital.

There will be 2 different Grab & Go Craft Kits for you to choose from:
*Making beaded Valentine keychains
*Decorating treat bags with Valentine notes
(Please donate 1 bag of candy)

Come pick up materials on Thursday, January 20 and return the finished crafts by Monday, February, 7th. We will deliver the Valentines keychains and bags to the Hospital.

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Fox Read 2022 Kickoff Event

Fox Read 2022 Kickoff Event

Thursday, January 27

7:00 pm

At Bedford Playhouse

The Bedford Teacher’s Association presents a community read of The Beautiful Struggle by Ta-Nehisi Coates.

Robe Imbriano, Fox Lane Alum and Co-Creator and Executive Producer of Netflix’s Amend, will lead the Kickoff event.

Book discussions will follow in all libraries in the month of February.

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Fox Read 2022 Book Discussion at Bedford Free Library

Fox Read 2022 Book Discussion at Bedford Free Library

Wednesday, February 2

5:00 pm

At Bedford Free Library
Program will be held in the Library or via Zoom, pending current CDC guidelines

The Bedford Teacher’s Association presents a community read of The Beautiful Struggle by Ta-Nehisi Coates.

From the book cover…

“In this poetic and powerful memoir we meet Paul Coates: a Vietnam vet and a Black Panther, an old-school disciplinarian and an Aquarian believer in free love, a radical publisher and a reclaimer of lost histories. Most of all, he was an enigmatic god to his seven children, with a mission to carry them across the shoals of inner-city adolescence and through the collapsing civilization of Baltimore in the Age of Crack. His main challenges were Ta-Nehisi, spacey and comically miscalibrated for his environment, and Big Bill, charismatic and equipped for the streets. This thrillingly original story about fathers and sons evokes the golden moments within a dark age and chronicles–in startlingly beautiful language–the richly complex interior lives of boys trying to become men.”

Copies of the book, both the original version and an adaptation for Young Adults (YA), are available for checkout at the Library.  Book Discussions will be hosted by local libraries throughtout the month of February.  See More Information below for locations, dates and times.

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Fox Read 2022 Book Discussion at Bedford Hills Free Library

Fox Read 2022 Book Discussion at Bedford Hills Free Library

Tuesday, February 8

5:00 pm

At Bedford Hills Free Library
Program will be held in the Library or via Zoom, pending current CDC guidelines

The Bedford Teacher’s Association presents a community read of The Beautiful Struggle by Ta-Nehisi Coates.

From the book cover…

“In this poetic and powerful memoir we meet Paul Coates: a Vietnam vet and a Black Panther, an old-school disciplinarian and an Aquarian believer in free love, a radical publisher and a reclaimer of lost histories. Most of all, he was an enigmatic god to his seven children, with a mission to carry them across the shoals of inner-city adolescence and through the collapsing civilization of Baltimore in the Age of Crack. His main challenges were Ta-Nehisi, spacey and comically miscalibrated for his environment, and Big Bill, charismatic and equipped for the streets. This thrillingly original story about fathers and sons evokes the golden moments within a dark age and chronicles–in startlingly beautiful language–the richly complex interior lives of boys trying to become men.”

Copies of the book, both the original version and an adaptation for Young Adults (YA), are available for checkout at the Library.  Book Discussions will be hosted by local libraries throughtout the month of February.  See More Information below for locations, dates and times.

Register Here

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Fox Read 2022 Book Discussion at Pound Ridge Library

Fox Read 2022 Book Discussion at Pound Ridge Library

Thursday, February 10

4:45 pm

At Pound Ridge Library
Program will be held in the Library or via Zoom, pending current CDC guidelines

The Bedford Teacher’s Association presents a community read of The Beautiful Struggle by Ta-Nehisi Coates.

From the book cover…

“In this poetic and powerful memoir we meet Paul Coates: a Vietnam vet and a Black Panther, an old-school disciplinarian and an Aquarian believer in free love, a radical publisher and a reclaimer of lost histories. Most of all, he was an enigmatic god to his seven children, with a mission to carry them across the shoals of inner-city adolescence and through the collapsing civilization of Baltimore in the Age of Crack. His main challenges were Ta-Nehisi, spacey and comically miscalibrated for his environment, and Big Bill, charismatic and equipped for the streets. This thrillingly original story about fathers and sons evokes the golden moments within a dark age and chronicles–in startlingly beautiful language–the richly complex interior lives of boys trying to become men.”

Copies of the book, both the original version and an adaptation for Young Adults (YA), are available for checkout at the Library.  Book Discussions will be hosted by local libraries throughtout the month of February.  See More Information below for locations, dates and times.

Register Here

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Fox Read 2022 Book Discussion at Mount Kisco Public Library

Fox Read 2022 Book Discussion at Mount Kisco Public Library

Thursday, February 17

6:00 pm

At Mount Kisco Public Library
Program will be held in the Library or via Zoom, pending current CDC guidelines

The Bedford Teacher’s Association presents a community read of The Beautiful Struggle by Ta-Nehisi Coates.

From the book cover…

“In this poetic and powerful memoir we meet Paul Coates: a Vietnam vet and a Black Panther, an old-school disciplinarian and an Aquarian believer in free love, a radical publisher and a reclaimer of lost histories. Most of all, he was an enigmatic god to his seven children, with a mission to carry them across the shoals of inner-city adolescence and through the collapsing civilization of Baltimore in the Age of Crack. His main challenges were Ta-Nehisi, spacey and comically miscalibrated for his environment, and Big Bill, charismatic and equipped for the streets. This thrillingly original story about fathers and sons evokes the golden moments within a dark age and chronicles–in startlingly beautiful language–the richly complex interior lives of boys trying to become men.”

Copies of the book, both the original version and an adaptation for Young Adults (YA), are available for checkout at the Library.  Book Discussions will be hosted by local libraries throughtout the month of February.  See More Information below for locations, dates and times.

Register Here

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