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 Leslie Paoletti,RYT


Chair Yoga is a wonderful way to increase flexibility, build strength, and reduce stress! This class is for beginners, as well as those familiar with yoga.  We will practice our yoga poses on, or with the aid of a chair,  making it ideal for varying levels of mobility.  We will work to connect our mind, our body and our breath to increase our energy and improve our circulation.  The class will flow through breathing, practicing poses, and finishing with quiet relaxation.   (A yoga strap and two yoga blocks are helpful, but not necessary).



September 19TH






September 7 at 2pm

Friends Two:

American Music and Gentle Humor

 Presented by Jeff Dershin and Leslie Aita

Join Jeff Dershin and Leslie Aita as they perform songs from the American Standard Repertoire of Gershwin, Cole Porter and others.  They will entertain us with a unique combination of great American songs from the 50s, 60s and 70s.  A bit of historical perspective along with gentle good humor will be offered and requests from the audience are always welcome.  


September 28 at 2pm

Broadway: The Golden Age, 1943-1959

 Presented by Herb Kaufman

The mid-1940’s through the late-1950’s are considered to be the Golden Age of Broadway.  With PowerPoint photos as a backdrop, CDs of the original singers and original cast records, Herb Kaufman will present a selection of the melodies and the music that have been woven into the fabric of our American culture.



October 26 at 2pm

The Sphinx That Moved To Philadelphia

 Presented by Stephen Phillips, Ph.D.

"Dr. Steve" Phillips' lecture tells the history of the Penn Museum's sphinx - from its discovery in Egypt at Memphis in the early 20th century, its subsequent transport to Philadelphia, concluding with a behind the scenes look at the engineering and human effort involved in moving an object, both monumental and priceless, in today's world.