First it was fishing poles and GoPro cameras, then telescopes and slide scanners, now we have added metal detectors to the list of things you can borrow with a Bethlehem Public Library card.
Dogs make great listeners. They don’t interrupt or snicker if you stumble over your sentences. They have infinite patience, and they adore a kind word and some attention.
As warmer weather beckons more people outside to enjoy two favorite activities — fishing and bicycling – Bethlehem library is there to get springtime off to a great start.
Patrons of the Bethlehem Public Library and other Upper Hudson Library System member libraries can now receive text messages for hold pickups, overdue reminders, and courtesy notices.
Mold your world: Despite advances in animation that can blur the lines between fantasy and reality, there’s an old-school technique that retains a quirky charm: claymation.
If you’re a teen who likes to express yourself through your original sense of style, then sign up for the Bethlehem Public Library Project Runway challenge beginning Friday, March 11, and see where
The Bethlehem Public Library has recently added a fun, new reading program that you and your child can access from home.
Dog days at the Bethlehem Public Library: We see a lot of people coming through our doors every day — it’s a library, after all.
When the calendar switched over to 2016, many of us vowed to be more mindful of what we eat.
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