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  • The Genius of Shakespeare

    The Genius of Shakespeare

    Monday, July 24, 5 - 6:30pm
    Dr. Steve Zinkgraf, Ph.D., in cooperation with the EmilyAnn Theatre, looks at how Shakespeare is still influencing us today and look to him for guidance as we think about the importance of words in
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  • Tall Tale Storyteller - Donna Ingham

    Tall Tale Storyteller - Donna Ingham

    Monday, August 14, 6:30 - 7:30pm
    Humorist Donna Ingham is a bred-and-born Texan who gives a Texas twist to the art of storytelling.  Her tall tales are told as only a Texan could - or would.  She has been named The
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  • DocNight:  A Man Named Pearl

    DocNight: A Man Named Pearl

    Tues., Aug.1, 6:45pm
    When Pearl Fryar and his wife sought to buy a house in an all-white neighborhood of Bishopville, SC, they were dissuaded with the explanation that Black people don't keep up their yards.  Remarkably, instead of fueling bitterness
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handsonfunTuesdays at 3:30pm 

Tuesday classes are designed for children 5 years and up and are limited in size. Registration for each class will be available two weeks before the class.  Sign-up sheets are at the library. Parents/caretakers are asked to stay on the library premises while their children are attending the program. Please arrive on time to the program. If you are not here by the starting time, your spot may be given away to the next child on the waiting list. Check out our list of programs! 

June 6: Blue Hole

Learn about our local environment and wildlife through an up-close look at animal tracks!


June 13: Amy Jackson of Austin Starry Sky

Amy’s mission is to inspire the next generation of space explorers to learn more about the universe through astronomy!


June: 20 Master Naturalists

Learn about our local environment through hands-on activities!


June 27: Art with Ann Steine

Kids enjoy an art class build self esteem and support creative self-expression. Join us for a class on hand-sewing!



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July 11: David Womer

Scatology: Mr. Dave will guide you through the specialized study of wildlife poo! Kids love this class!


July 18: Dancing Tree

Explore different forms of movement and creative dance!


July 25: Wimberley Science Club

WSC aims to get children excited about science through hands-on experiments and wicked-cool demonstrations! Topic: Dinosaurs!

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