Our library offers complimentary classes, activities, and lectures to provide information, and recreation, as well as cultural enrichment to our patrons and community.

Basic Computer Skills for Adults – First Friday of the month @ 10:30 a.m.


Spanish Basic Course – with Itzel White – Tuesdays @ 11:45 a.m. – This class is full


Spanish Intermediate Level – With Itzel White – Tuesdays @10:30 a.m. – For more information email: bridgethegapspanish@gmail.com


Club de Conversación – with Itzel White – El ultimo lunes de cada mes @ 1:00 p.m. y el segundo miércoles de cada mes @ 2:00 p.m. – Para más información: bridgethegapspanish@gmail.com


EASE Chair Exercises with DuAnne Redus – Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m


Gentle Yoga with Carla Daws – Thursdays at 10:00 a.m.


Qigong with Master Kim – Second, Third, and Fourth Tuesdays @ 4:00 p.m.


Book Clubs – First Tuesdays Book Club, Mystery Book Club, Eclectic Book Club


Connect with Your Local Author


Friends by Mail – Pen pal program




We want to express our gratitude to the new Adult Programs Supporters!

We value and greatly appreciate their commitment to make a difference in our patrons lives and the Wimberley community.

Their donation will help ensure the continuing success of these programs and our amazing library!



First Friday of the month

10:30 a.m.

Instructor Casey Massey with Heart of Texas IT

Learn to navigate basic computer functions, MS programs, and social media websites.

Some laptops are available, or bring your own laptop.

No registration is required. Free and open to the public.



Each month a couple of local Wimberley authors are highlighted with a display at the library. In October, we will hold a special event for the public to meet and greet our wonderful authors. Details coming soon!

January: Mary Lancaster

February: Peter Rosch, Mark Standley

March: Carroll Wilson, DuAnne Redus

April: Lilita Olano, Monica Rasco

May: Eva Silverfine, Michael Nelson Miller

June: Nathan Brown, Joseph A. Kotarba

July: Sara Thurman

August: Laural Harris

September: Larry Morris, Jane Wyatt

October: Allan Kimball, Nancy Russell

November: Ashley Brown

December: Debbie Howard



If you would like to be on our waiting list please email programs@wimberleylibrary.org

A resident of one of the assisted living facilities in town will be assigned to you. Drop off or mail a letter/card to the library by the end of the month, the library will hand-deliver all correspondence to the facilities the following week.

Wimberley Village Library

Attn.: Friends by Mail / name of your designated friend

P.O. Box 1240, Wimberley, TX 78676




Wimberley Apron Society – First Monday of the Month – @ 5:30 p.m.

March 6


Presented by Rafael Castenet

Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese martial art that is used today as a form of both exercise and that some call “moving meditation.” Tai Chi offers multiple wellness perks to both your body and mind. Its benefits include strengthened immunity, better balance and mobility, greater bone density, and reduced stress, among others. Engaging in stretching, mental focus, and deep breathing is a winning combo for your physical and emotional health.