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Calling all local self-published authors and those aspiring to be so! On Sunday, March 27, the Library is hosting its first-ever Local Author Showcase. Not only will local authors be able to sign and sell their books, but there will also be an opportunity to participate in a roundtable discussion of writing, marketing, and publishing issues for writers at any stage. |
If you're already published and have books to sign and sell, complete the application form by January 31: https://www.emailmeform.com/builder/form/T624qC0fhWUM |
The event organizer will be in contact with all approved authors to confirm further details. Questions about the event? Email Rachel.Schmidt@bedfordtx.gov.
Located in the old Bedford School
You can use the pool table any day of the week from 8:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. If you want to come to practice your game that's fine too! Come on by and we can get you started.
Must know how to hand quilt. Beautiful quilts come out of this class from women who have been together for years.
Located in Old Bedford School
Gentle Yoga Classes. Gentle Yoga is a mind-body awareness practice that is far less strenuous than other forms. This relaxed version of yoga emphasizes mental relaxation through a series of breathing instruction and slow yoga stretches and poses.
Located in the Old Bedford School
Five-suited rummy-style card game. The unique deck provides you with mmultiple options for arranging your cards into books.
Located at Old Bedford School.
Pinochle is a card game for two or more players using a 48-card deck consisting of two of each card from nine to ace, the object being to score points for various combinations and to win tricks.
Duplicate bridge is the most widely used variation of contract bridge in club and tournament play. It is called duplicate because the same bridge deal is played at each table and scoring is based on relative performance. In this way, every hand, whether strong or weak, is played in competition with others playing identical cards, and the element of skill is heightened while that of chance is reduced. Duplicate bridge stands in contrast to rubber bridge where each hand is freshly dealt and where
Larry Holden is a published author and teacher of this class. Focus of class is on writing short stories, novels, poems, memoirs and more. This class is now in it's fifth year! This group is very fun and welcoming! Come on in and see what it's all about!