Medicare made easy

Expert Kurt Schick will return to the library on Jan. 24 to explain the ins and outs of gaining and keeping Medicare coverage. Mr. Schick, who is with Medicare & Retirement Solutions, will help you understand the rules and options in the Medicare program. So,...

How to self-publish

Author Larry Morris will be at the library at 1:30 p.m. Jan. 25 to tell you how to self-publish your book or other literary works. Mr. Morris has prepared an excellent slide show that lays out the process in detail so you will completely understand what to do and how...

Join us to get in shape in ’18

Every Tuesday and Thursday starting at 9 a.m., a group of folks come to the library to try to improve their health with a little physical activity. They are involved in our chair exercise program, which features coaches from a local yoga/exercise concern. If you come,...

How do you like it?

This is my first blog post since we launched our new website, constructed by the team at HOT IT in Wimberley and Round Rock. I certainly hope you like the format and find it a little more user-friendly and up-to-date than our old site, which had been around since...
Check out our new titles

Check out our new titles

Every day we get new books and movies, and a we place the books at the very front door of the library, separating the books by category, fiction or nonfiction. New movies just go right onto the spinner racks so you can browse for them there.
AARP Tax Assistance is coming

AARP Tax Assistance is coming

Watch this space for more information about when you can sign up for  assistance from AARP volunteers on your 2017 tax forms. We don’t have all the forms yet at the library. And the signup sheets for the assistance are also not available yet. The aides will be...
What a Year: 1968

What a Year: 1968

Four who were there will discuss the events of ’68 at 2 p.m. on March 18. This presentation, a joint remembrance of the tumultuous events of 1968, will be at 2 p.m. on this Sunday. Featured speakers will include Carroll Wilson, who was a newspaperman at the...