Kristen Roberts

The Bethlehem Public Library remains closed based on state and local guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Hoopla is here! Now library cardholders have even more choices when it comes to checking out e-books, audiobooks, and more.

For now, all is quiet inside Bethlehem Public Library, but our MakerBot 3D printer has a big job to do.

This is a message from Geoffrey Kirkpatrick, the director of Bethlehem Public Library.

We know the closure of the Bethlehem Public Library in response to the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus disease 2019 came as a surprise to many of you.

The rapid spread of the novel coronavirus has meant a lot of disruption in our everyday lives, and the library is no exception.

Our Seed Library at the Bethlehem Public Library is set up and ready for spring. Pick up your seed selections behind the Information Desk and get growing with us!

The Battle of Bennington marked a turning point in the Revolutionary War, and local historian David Pitlyk will be at the Bethlehem Public Library on Tuesday, March 3, at 7 p.m.

Nominating petition forms and informational packets are available at the library Information Desk beginning Monday, Feb.


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