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Get Fit Boerne is All April Long!


Click HERE for more information on library partners and programs! 
Click HERE to register!


Free Tax Assistance 

PLEASE NOTE: THERE IS A DATE CHANGE ON TAX ASSISTANCE.  AARP TAX AID FOUNDATION'S LAST DAY AT THE LIBRARY IS MONDAY, APRIL 15.  PLEASE PLAN ACCORDINGLY.
Is available until April 15 at the library!  Hours are Mondays, 2-6 p.m. and Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 1-6 p.m.  Bring your photo ID, social security card, health insurance information and copy of last year's tax return.  Sign up begins one hour prior to start of this free, first-come, first-serve service. 

Enter Your Original Hill Country Work Here


The Library is publishing a poetry/prose anthology, and we would love for writers to submit their work!  Click the link below for more information.

Call for Submissions: The Texas Hill Country: An Anthology of Place



Adult Discussion Groups

 


The library offers a wide variety of Book and other Discussion Groups.  There are groups that meet on Poetry, Mystery, and other genres.  Please stop by and check out our Discussion Groups!


Wellness Classes


New for 2019!  Monday Morning Meditation with Libbe Gray, 9:15 a.m. each week in the community room.  Bring a towel or mat, chairs available.  Also join us for First Friday Yoga on the first Friday of each month at 6:30 p.m.  Led by Rachel Villanueva from Yoga House-Boerne.  We also offer a second Tuesday sound meditation, led by Steve Daniel.  That class begins at 7:30 p.m.  Make plans to participate this April in Get First Boerne, a partnership program with the City's Parks & Recreation Department.

Live! at the Library

Come check us out every third Thursday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the amphitheater for great music and other performing arts.  Bring a picnic and lawn chairs or blanket.  Weather may move us inside at times; bring your chairs anyway! 

Technology Assistance

We offer technology assistance in the lobby most weekdays.  Check our events calendar for times or call the library.  In addition, we utilize several database programs to assist those in need of basic computer training.  See the upstairs desk for assistance and we can log you into those self-directed programs today!
 

Historical Field Trips

Library staff, volunteers from the Dietert Historical Archives, and anyone who is interested in history head to a town or location of historical significance to learn more about the area in which we live. Check our events calendar for more information.

Language Learning


ESL  Classes take place in the spring and fall each year. Check our events calendar to see when the next set of classes will be offered.  In addition, we offer one-on-one mentoring assistance to improve conversational language.  We are always seeking volunteers to assist us with mentoring.  Call for more information.

We also offer a language learning database, Mango Languages. 

Book-A-Librarian

Need a little more involved time for research or assistance?  We can offer half-hour blocks of time with a librarian!  Just give us a call to schedule it, so that we can make appropriate desk arrangements while we help you.  830.249.3053