The Wimberley Village Library welcomes and supports its patrons in the enjoyment of reading, pursuit of learning, and exploration of ideas.The library is committed to serve as a gateway for patrons to its current collections, the Internet, other electronic and media information as it emerges, and its Interlibrary Loan program.The library is designed to assist in lifelong learning for all residents of the Wimberley Village Library District and Texas.The library’s staff will strive to offer individualized service and convenient access to quality information and materials.The library’s staff will keep library collections, related resources and facilities current as the community evolves, limited only by the district’s fiscal resources.
Tuesday: 10am to 6pm
Wednesday: 10am to 8pm
Thursday: 10am to 6pm
Friday: 10am to 6pm
Saturday: 10am to 6pm
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The library will close for the following holidays:
New Years Day
Martin Luther King’s Birthday
Fourth of July
Thanksgiving Day and the Friday after
Linda Eagleton, MLS
Amazingly, she has been in the librarian profession for 28 years, 14 years at the Wimberley Village Library and 14 years at Richland Community College Library in Dallas, Texas. In 2009, she earned a Master of Library Science Degree from Texas Woman’s University in Denton, Texas.
As reference librarian, she provides library users with direction to library materials, assists with the use of new technology and helps find information patrons need using multiple library resources. She also oversees nonfiction collection management and development and helps students with their homework assignments.
She likes to read books that “deal with facts and events” such as history, current events, biographies, memoirs, medical, science. She enjoys viewing movies a great deal, especially the James Bond-type movies and science fiction movies like Star Wars and the new movie Martian.
Titles she has enjoyed reading and recommends are: Empire of the Summer Moon by S. C. Gwynne; Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand; and A Full Life: Reflections at Ninety by Jimmy Carter
Favorites: Non-fiction, Current Events, Travel, Gardening, Cooking, Biography, Memoirs, Humor, Children’s Books, Movies (documentaries, action, science fiction).
Programs and Circulation
She loves to read cookbooks, gardening, home decorating and, of course, anything on beekeeping because she is a beekeeper.
Youth Services Librarian
Programs and Promotions