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Coming Events

Saturday, October 18th - 6:30pm to 10pm

OKTOBERFEST ON THE VILLAGE GREEN

Step into the tent and join us at Bedford's own Oktoberfest with craft beers, a custom "Bedford Brew," wine tastings, live music and more!

The first 40 guests to purchase Prosit and Burgermeister tickets will recieve a numbered, limited edition Growler of Bedford Brew. Only 40 will be available in advance and 10 will be sold at auction at the event. Don't miss this once in an Oktoberfest opportunity to get one of only 40 growlers with your ticket!

MEMBERS CAN PURCHASE TICKETS NOW BY CALLING (914) 234-9751. Otherwise, tickets will be available on our website after Labor Day.

 

New Walking Tour Book

Give yourself the gift of history for $20. Made possible by Lloyd Bedford Cox, Inc.

 

Bedford Stories

The Adams Store at Bedford Station is robbed. Walker Adams is fatally wounded and his son William fatally wounds one of the thieves.

Read the complete story in this month's "Bedford Stories" and click here for related info about the robbery.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What Makes Bedford Special

Members Do!

When you walk around Bedford Village, we hope you'll appreciate the historic charm that has been preserved by the Historical Society and our members. Please renew your membership or become a member and help us continue to keep Bedford a unique and wonderful place.

 

Historic Dates

September 3, 1783

John Adams signs Treaty of Paris, ending Revolutionary War

September 24, 1789

Judiciary Act establishes federal court system

September 28, 1787

Continental Congress sends Constitution to states for ratification

September 29, 1791

First jury trial of a criminal case at the Bedford

Court House