Upcoming Programs

Seating is limited, and available on a first come, first served basis.
Check in the library or on the Events calendar at www.buckslib.org 
for a complete listing of programs at the Yardley-Makefield Branch and other libraries in the BCFL system.





Seating is Available on a

first come, first served basis.

Please arrive early.



PRESENTED BY Maria Campbell 


This class is suitable for those new to yoga, as well as those who have previous experience, all are welcome! During the entire class we will use the support of a chair, ideal for those who have limited mobility due to various physical limitations and balance considerations. We will begin each practice connecting to our breath & a short meditation. Throughout the practice we’ll continue to focus on pranayama (breath work) to facilitate movement, which is known to increase circulation & blood flow, and help alleviate the discomfort of arthritis. Through various poses we will also work on improving flexibility, strength, and balance crucial in maintaining a healthy active lifestyle. An emphasis will be placed on fostering awareness of the mind-body connection with class ending in deep relaxation - savasana. (To assist your practice (2) yoga blocks & a yoga strap are helpful, but not necessary.)



April 13 at 2pm

The Sweetest Sounds

Presented by Claudia Pelligrini

Widely considered to be one of the best composers of all time, the legendary Richard Rodgers wrote music for shows like ¨Carousel¨, ¨The Sound of Music¨, ¨Oklahoma!¨, ¨South Pacific¨, ¨Cinderella¨, ¨The King and I¨, ¨Pal Joey¨, ¨Babes in Arms¨, and many more.  Join violinist and singer, Claudia Pellegrini as we explore and revisit some of Rodgers´ most beautiful melodies.  Get excited with his immortal rhythms and his catchy tunes.  Sing along to the songs that will take you back to your childhood...they may bring a tear to your eye, but you will leave the room smiling!



April 27 at 2pm

The Gilded Age

Presented by Trish Chambers

Join Trish Chambers as she explores the period of our history known as The Gilded Age.  Meet the titans of the industry, the Vanderbilts and the Astors. Peek under the glitter and learn how newly arriving immigrants created the melting pot that built our American culture.  Learn how some of our most prosperous modern companies took root in the Gilded Age.  See what it took for the United States to grow into a world power in less than a half a century.  Be prepared to learn about a not so long ago time period in our country's history.



May 11 at 2pm

"Bucks County as Muse”

 Presented by Karen Gross

Distinguished cabaret singer and songwriter Karen Gross will present a cabaret homage to her roots in Bucks County--celebrating the area's extraordinary music, art and natural beauty. From artists like the Pennsylvania Impressionists, to Broadway lyricist Oscar Hammerstein II, Bucks County has long provided the backdrop for creative inspiration. Through story and song, Karen honors these artistic icons and weaves in her own journey from Bucks County to Philadelphia to New York City. Join Karen for this musical tale of following the muse and also finding it right at home.