An exciting family-friendly show full of magic, music, juggling, comedy, and audience participation. After the show there will be refreshments, face painting, horseback rides, crafts and more!
*Sponsored by the Friends of the Wimberley Village Library
Overflow parking is available in the lot on the west side of the library for Kick-off and at Chapel in the Hills for all other events.
Wacky Wednesdays are scheduled for 10:30 AM. These programs feature a variety of entertainers: magicians, storytellers, puppeteers and more. Programs last 45 minutes to an hour. The programs are designed for children K-5th grade, but siblings are welcome to attend if space permits.
Classes are limited in size. Online registration begins on May 11th. Children must be in 1st grade or above to register. Parents/caretakers should stay on the library premises while their children are attending the programs.
Learn to draw while developing spatial reasoning and fine motor skills. Increase order and sequencing abilities while learning fundamental art skills. Curriculum introduces concrete ideas and techniques that enlarge visual vocabulary, and enrich imagina- tions and minds. Sign up for one or all.
Thursday, June 11, 4:00 PM
Thursday, June 18, 4:00 PM
Thursday, June 25, 4:00 PM
*Sponsored by McGinnis & Berger; Julie Harris; Gary Weeks and Co.; Junkin Law and Angels for Elders.
Thursday, July 2, 4:00 PMPower up your engineering skills with Play-Well TEKnologies and over 100,000 pcs of LEGO.*Sponsored by H-E-B
Thursday, July 9, 4:00 PMLearn the differences between a solid, a liquid and a gas while experimenting with dry ice.*Sponsored by Steve and Malone, LLP
Thursday, July 16, 4:00 PMLearn to juggle—from scarves to balls and more— with Matt Tardy.*Sponsored by Cypress Creek Animal Hospital
Thursday, July 23, 4:00 PMAnother new & exciting surprise adventure with the Master Naturalist of Hays County
Every summer the Wimberley Village Library offers an incentive reading program for all children of the community free of charge. Research is clear that children who don't read during the summer can lose up to three months of reading progress and that loss has a cumulative, long-term effect. The incentive reading program is available to children ages 2 years though high school. This program is designed to give children an added incentive to read during the summer break. The program begins the same day WISD students are out of school. Specific information about this program and summer events will be posted on the website in May.