We will be closed Thursday and Friday, November 26 and November 27, so that we may observe Thanksgiving.
PLUS: We'll be closed from noon to 2pm on Tuesday, December 1 for a special City of Boerne function.

A Celebration of Christian Bergmann

The library recently hosted a program to celebrate the donation of the collected letters of Christian Friedrich Bergmann. Herr Bergmann chronicled his immigrant journey from Saxony to the new world, settling in Kendall County to build a new life. The letters are a part of our permanent collection of the library’s Dietert Historical Archives. You can find out more about this German pioneer here and here.

We're constantly adding to our collection. So if you're a bookworm, movie buff, or avid music listener, find out how Wowbrary can help keep you up to date on our most recent additions. Once a week, Wowbrary compiles a list of the library's newest titles into an easy-to-browse newsletter. Just sign up to receive a weekly email of the top 20 items.

Take Us Anywhere!
We have a mobile app, called PhDigital, that offers you all kinds of functionality for taking care of your important library business. You can check your account, view our digital downloads, learn about programs on the library calendar, and even to what's popular on the New York Times Bestseller List. Click here to try it out! 

Boerne's New Amphitheater
A beautiful amphitheater will soon grace the grounds of Boerne’s Civic Campus, through a partnership of the Boerne Public Library Foundation, the Majestic Ranch Arts Foundation, and the City of Boerne. The beautiful outdoor venue will gracefully complement the design of the existing structures on the Campus, which, in addition to the Patrick Heath Public Library, include the Bookshop under the Windmill and the Heritage Plaza. Attention to detail, material selection and sensitive site layout will accomplish a pleasing integration of this new public feature into Boerne’s Hill Country Mile. Construction is underway and is expected to be completed in Autumn 2015

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Boerne's History
Learn all about our little town by viewing this timeline of facts and pictures. It was created by Bettie Edmonds and Natalie Morgan.

Our location is just north of the heart of downtown Boerne. We're right across the street from St. Helena's Episcopal Church, at:
451 N. Main St. (Hauptstrasse)
Boerne, TX 78006
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