Friends of the Library Holiday Book Sale

Saturday, December 7:  1 – 4 pm
Sunday, December 8:  1 – 4 pm
Choose from fiction and non-fiction books in great condition across all genres.  The sale also includes many holiday themed books.  These make great gifts at especially great prices.  Prices range from $.50 to $2.00 unless otherwise marked.  All proceeds go to the Friends of the Bedford Free Public Library to support children, teen and adult programming as well as acquisitions for the Library.  We hope to see you there.  No scanners are permitted during the Holiday Book Sale.

Friends of the Library Holiday Book Sale

Saturday, December 7:  1 – 4 pm
Sunday, December 8:  1 – 4 pm
Choose from fiction and non-fiction books in great condition across all genres.  The sale also includes many holiday themed books.  These make great gifts at especially great prices.  Prices range from $.50 to $2.00 unless otherwise marked.  All proceeds go to the Friends of the Bedford Free Public Library to support children, teen and adult programming as well as acquisitions for the Library.  We hope to see you there.  No scanners are permitted during the Holiday Book Sale.

Friends of the Library Fall Booksale

Friday, September 20: 1-5 pm

Saturday, September 21:  10 am – 4 pm

Sunday, September 22:  1 – 4 pm

The Friends of the Bedford Library are holding a three day Fall Book Sale. The Book Sale is held rain or shine at the library located at 7 Mudge Way in Bedford, MA. Thanks to the huge quantity of quality book donations, there will be thousands of books offered in three different rooms, all well organized. Books include fiction such as romance, thrillers, science fiction, poetry, plays and classics plus DVDs and music CDs; children’s books; books for young adults; non-fiction books including art, cookbooks, foreign languages, business, history, science, textbooks, and much more. Proceeds from book sales help underwrite library programs and services, including lecture and film series, additions to the library collection, and museum passes.

Friends of the Library Fall Booksale

Friday, September 20: 1-5 pm

Saturday, September 21:  10 am – 4 pm

Sunday, September 22:  1 – 4 pm

The Friends of the Bedford Library are holding a three day Fall Book Sale. The Book Sale is held rain or shine at the library located at 7 Mudge Way in Bedford, MA. Thanks to the huge quantity of quality book donations, there will be thousands of books offered in three different rooms, all well organized. Books include fiction such as romance, thrillers, science fiction, poetry, plays and classics plus DVDs and music CDs; children’s books; books for young adults; non-fiction books including art, cookbooks, foreign languages, business, history, science, textbooks, and much more. Proceeds from book sales help underwrite library programs and services, including lecture and film series, additions to the library collection, and museum passes.

Friends of the Library Fall Booksale

Friday, September 20: 1-5 pm

Saturday, September 21:  10 am – 4 pm

Sunday, September 22:  1 – 4 pm

The Friends of the Bedford Library are holding a three day Fall Book Sale. The Book Sale is held rain or shine at the library located at 7 Mudge Way in Bedford, MA. Thanks to the huge quantity of quality book donations, there will be thousands of books offered in three different rooms, all well organized. Books include fiction such as romance, thrillers, science fiction, poetry, plays and classics plus DVDs and music CDs; children’s books; books for young adults; non-fiction books including art, cookbooks, foreign languages, business, history, science, textbooks, and much more. Proceeds from book sales help underwrite library programs and services, including lecture and film series, additions to the library collection, and museum passes.

Friends of the Bedford Free Public Library Spring Book Sale!

The Friends of the Bedford Free Public Library will be holding their spring book sale from Friday, April 5 through Sunday April 7.  The hours for the sale are Friday, 1-5 pm, Saturday 10-4 pm, Sunday 1-4 pm. This year’s sale includes beautiful art books, cookbooks, vintage, and collectable books. The children’s section is filled with picture books, kids’ chapter books, early readers, and movie DVDs. A tremendous variety of adult fiction and non-fiction books will be offered, along with CDs, audio books, and movie DVDs. With thousands of items to choose from, there is something for everyone.

Friends of the Bedford Free Public Library Spring Book Sale!

The Friends of the Bedford Free Public Library will be holding their spring book sale from Friday, April 5 through Sunday April 7.  The hours for the sale are Friday, 1-5 pm, Saturday 10-4 pm, Sunday 1-4 pm. This year’s sale includes beautiful art books, cookbooks, vintage, and collectable books. The children’s section is filled with picture books, kids’ chapter books, early readers, and movie DVDs. A tremendous variety of adult fiction and non-fiction books will be offered, along with CDs, audio books, and movie DVDs. With thousands of items to choose from, there is something for everyone.

Friends of the Bedford Free Public Library Spring Book Sale!

The Friends of the Bedford Free Public Library will be holding their spring book sale from Friday, April 5 through Sunday April 7.  The hours for the sale are Friday, 1-5 pm, Saturday 10-4 pm, Sunday 1-4 pm. This year’s sale includes beautiful art books, cookbooks, vintage, and collectable books. The children’s section is filled with picture books, kids’ chapter books, early readers, and movie DVDs. A tremendous variety of adult fiction and non-fiction books will be offered, along with CDs, audio books, and movie DVDs. With thousands of items to choose from, there is something for everyone.

Winter Lecture Series with Professor Dan Breen

The Hundred Years War: A Century of Native American Resistance 1790-1890

Professor Dan Breen will present a lecture series on the American Indian wars of the 19th century.  Most Americans have some awareness of the disastrous effects of advancing white settlement on the indigenous peoples of the Americas, but the persistence and determination of native American attempts to slow or halt that advance are less well known.  We will try to tell the story of some examples of that resistance, beginning with the Ohio campaigns of the 1790s and ending with the Apache War of the 1880s. The six session series begins on Sunday January 27th at 2 pm in the library meeting room.  The lectures continue on Sundays into March.  (February 3rd, 10th, 24th, March 3rd, 10th) . DETAIL ADDED ON JANUARY 28:

FEB. 3  Part II: The Second Seminole War (1835-1842)
Rather than agree to removal to Oklahoma, Florida’s Seminoles wage a seven year war with the United States. Using brilliant guerrilla tactics, and led by the great Osceola, who was defeated only by treachery, they managed to hold their own against an army that outnumbered them by a factor of 10:1.

Winter Lecture Series with Professor Dan Breen

The Hundred Years War: A Century of Native American Resistance 1790-1890

Professor Dan Breen will present a lecture series on the American Indian wars of the 19th century.  Most Americans have some awareness of the disastrous effects of advancing white settlement on the indigenous peoples of the Americas, but the persistence and determination of native American attempts to slow or halt that advance are less well known.  We will try to tell the story of some examples of that resistance, beginning with the Ohio campaigns of the 1790s and ending with the Apache War of the 1880s. The six session series begins on Sunday January 27th at 2 pm in the library meeting room.  The lectures continue on Sundays into March.  (February 3rd, 10th, 24th, March 3rd, 10th) . DETAIL ADDED ON JANUARY 28:

FEB. 3  Part II: The Second Seminole War (1835-1842)
Rather than agree to removal to Oklahoma, Florida’s Seminoles wage a seven year war with the United States. Using brilliant guerrilla tactics, and led by the great Osceola, who was defeated only by treachery, they managed to hold their own against an army that outnumbered them by a factor of 10:1.