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Brooklyn Public Library Branches- Bedford Branch
496 Franklin Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238

Founded in 1897, the Bedford Library is the first library in the Brooklyn Public Library system and one of theMore neighborhood's oldest living institutions. The inside of the library was renovated and modernized in 2010. The bi-level library features two community meeting rooms, two quiet rooms, 15 computers and a literacy center. The library is a popular after-school destination for students of PS 3 .

Library cards are free and the Bedford branch offers free WiFi and a copy machine. Some of the library's after-school programs include Reading is Fundamental (R.I.F.) and "This and That," (Mon - Fri, 3:30pm - 3:30 pm ) one hour of games, reading and arts and crafts. They also offer some adult programs for members, such as crocheting and knitting classes.

Macon Library
361 Lewis Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11233
Built in 1907, the Macon Library is a two-story, Classical Revival building in Bedford-Stuyvesant's historicMore neighborhood. As a Brooklyn Public Library, Macon provides free resources and programming for the community. Additionally, the library hosts the African American Heritage Center (AAHC), with special research collections dedicated to Black history and culture, as well as the history of Bedford-Stuyvesant.
Brower Park Library
725 Saint Marks Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11216
Brower Park Library is a branch of the Brooklyn Public Library. It offers a wide selection of fiction and non-fictionMore works, as well as audio-books and movies. Online resources are also available for students, professionals, job-seekers and other members of the public. Brower Park Library hosts a variety of events throughout the year and has meeting rooms available for reservation. Please visit the website for information regarding events and other services.