Upcoming Programs

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





Limited Seating

Seating is ​available

on a first come, first serve basis




PRESENTED BY Maria Campbell 

THURSDAYS at 10 am

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.)






Please Arrive Early


Seating Is Available On

A First Come, First Serve Basis


April 7 @ 2 pm

Bestseller Cinema:

Was it better as a book or a movie?

Presenter:  Bill Wine 

Bill Wine, KYW Newsradio"s movie critic discusses the psychological differences between the reading and movie viewing experience.  In our hearts we know that books and movies are so different that we shouldn’t compare them.  And yet, we just can’t help it.  He also will analyze the way classic and modern novels have been translated into films.  This fascinating program by a seasoned critic will be sure to please!


April 21 @ 2 pm

Baseball on the Battlefield

Civil War Baseball

Presenter: Michael Jesberger

During the American Civil War, Americans from the home front to the battlefront, Union and Confederate, played this wonderful game.  Join Michael Jesberger for a discussion on the evolution of the game and how it impacted the soldiers who fought during the American Civil War. He will be dressed in a period baseball uniform and will have artifacts on display.


May 5 @ 2 pm


FDR: A New Deal For America

Presenter:  Neil Hartley

Neill Hartley is Franklin Delano Roosevelt in this captivating and exciting one–man show set against the background of the great depression and the new deal of the 1930’s.   This fully staged historical presentation will entertain and educate audiences of all ages.  In the early 1930’s the country was in the middle of the greatest economic crisis of modern times, the Great Depression.  Watch that era come to life, as men struggle to cope with the crisis.  Following the performance, there is a short informational section about Franklin Roosevelt’s early life and his journey through the American political system to become one of the most influential presidents of all time.  A question and answer will conclude the presentation.


May 19 @ 2 pm


Barbara Streisand and Friends

Presenter:  Jenny Lee Stern

Broadway performer Jenny Lee stern takes you through some of the most famous tunes of Streisand’s career including “Memories,” “Evergreen,” and “Don’t Rain on My Parade,” and many more. You will also hear selections by some of Barbra’s famous “friends,” Judy Garland, Liza Minnelli, and Bette Midler. Ms. Stern will tickle your funny bone and tug at your heartstrings as she takes you on a journey through these beautiful catalogues.