• Exercise in your chair!

    Exercise in your chair!

  • Plan for college!

    Plan for college!

    Learn from
    Kira Holt
    at the library
  • Pay fines with food!

    Pay fines with food!

    Proceeds go
    to food bank
  • Doc night Dec. 5

    Doc night Dec. 5

    Join us for film;
    potluck meal
    starts at 6:45
  • Helping the kids

    Helping the kids

    Why dads should
    read to kids:
    6 p.m. Dec. 18
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Summer Reading Kickoff 


The 2017 Summer Reading Program at the Wimberley Village Library launchedwith an explosion of fun at the annual Kick-off Celebration! Sponsored entirely by the Friends of the Wimberley Village Library, the celebration began with a family-friendly show by Epic Entertainment, featuring Kazoo the Dragon. The show was full of games, comedy, and audience participation, all with a positive reading message. After the show, the parking lot was full of fun activities. Wimberley Shave Ice made sno-cones available for the children and their parents, and Tiny Tails to You provided a fun petting zoo. Volunteers from the Friends of the Wimberley Village Library served cookies and other refreshments. Volunteers provided face painting and horseback rides, and the Wimberley EMS gave kids tours of the ambulance. The Wimberley Master Naturalists and 4-H Club ran fun and educational booths. Over 300 people were in attendance.
Keep on the lookout for information about our 2018 kickoff!
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