Rotarians help get out our Christmas appeal

Members of the Rotary Club of Wimberley came together for their regular weekly meeting at the library rather than at A Fit Plan, their usual location. They did so to pitch in and help stuff envelopes with materials that will be sent to library patrons and supporters...

Book proceeds are being divided up

Back when a committee of Nancy Williams, Steven Klepfer and Carroll Wilson, then circulation librarian, first began thinking about putting together a book that would include the stories of survivors of the Memorial Day flood, our first chore was to raise some startup...

Not just a myth

Want children who grow up learning to pay attention, to concentrate and to be still? Those are just a few of the benefits of reading to your kids when they are small, like from birth to 5 years of age. That’s according to a study reported on in the latest issue...

Artists show off their works

The Art Expo sponsored at the library Tuesday night was a successful event for the Wimberley Valley Arts & Culture Alliance and the chamber of commerce. The only problem we had was parking space for everyone who wanted to attend and participate in the show. That...

Art that rocks!

Members of the Curiosity Club made art out of plain old rocks Saturday afternoon. The idea was to make artwork that displays kindness. Ann Steine of Hill Country Art was in charge of the program. Curiosity Club is for tweens 9-12, and meets from 2 to 4 p.m. most...