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Wimberley radio personality and all-around good guy and I put together this video about the library expansion project. If you’d like more information check out the foundation page. You can donate by clicking on the red button on our home page. 042319 WVL Demo...

I never saw it coming

Every Sunday in the front of the magazine published by and delivered as part of The New York Times an essay is printed that generally has to do with popular culture. This past Sunday, Sam Anderson wrote a piece with the title “Bird’s Eye” and it...

Learning to make prints

During our Saturday afternoon Curiosity Club for tweens, they learned “Screen-printing w/ Wax Paper”. They used freezer paper, stencils and do-it-yourself cut-out paper as a screen-printing stencil vehicle on fabric using fabric paint. Tweens meet at 2 p.m. every...

Lincoln Essay Contest

Katie Burden, winner of our 2019 President Lincoln essay contest, with children’s librarian Emily McDonald. Katie’s essay was one of six essays submitted to the contest for 2nd-5th graders. Every kid received a prize donated by an anonymous donor, including an...
Doc Night for May

Doc Night for May

They tried to ban, censor and erase Indian culture from rock and roll history but Native American influence is wrapped into modern music’s DNA.  RUMBLE:  The INDIANS WHO ROCKED THE WORLD is an electric look at Native American influence in popular music, going deep...

For every season …

On Saturday, April 6, the subject for our Curiosity Club was “All Things Spring and Science.” During this session, tweens dissected seeds and flowers, made seed bombs, discussed insect life cycles and created butterflies, mixed up some gooey frog spawn slime and made...