Weaving a story

“Woven Paintings” In this two-part group project, Tweens first make watercolor paintings, then cut the paintings into strips and, working in pairs, create 3D woven sculptures to share.  Everyone will take home one ready to hang or frame! Here, the participants were...

Your return on investment in the library

Every time a patron checks out a book or movie at the library he or she gets a receipt that shows how much money they’ve saved so far in the calendar year by borrowing rather than buying their materials. We have some patrons who have saved thousands of dollars...

How a news story ought to be written today

Having a vast array of tools to make use of all the web has to offer for readers is finally paying off in a big, big way. And not just for editors and publishers like ProPublica. ProPublica has just won 22 design awards for its presentation of important breaking and...

Dismal or bright?

Dr. Oliver Sacks, who must be nearing 90 years of age, is a long-retired neurologist who has written several books providing insight on mental disturbances and diseases and what effect they have had on people who have suffered from them. I believe his first book on...

FEBRUARY 2019 AGENDA

FEBRUARY 2019 AGENDA WIMBERLEY VILLAGE LIBRARY DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING Thursday, February 14, 2019   1:30 p.m. Wimberley Village Library, 400 FM 2325, Wimberley, TX 78676 This notice is posted pursuant to § 551.041 of the Texas Open Meetings...

The dog who listens

A dog named Zippity has replaced our old friend Chopper as the great listener of children’s stories in our youth department on Monday afternoons. Zippity comes to the library at 3:30 p.m. Mondays to listen as children read, and each session starts with a little...