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During these cold months, vendors will be set up at Herff Farm to supply you with some of your local favorites.
Since 1850, Main Plaza has been a center point of trade for the people of Boerne. In the present day, on the second weekend of every month, Main Plaza is home to a magical outdoor market that blends the traditions of the Texas Hill Country with the creations of today’s culture. Hundreds of festive booths display everything from collectibles and remembrances of the past to modern innovations that will bring a smile of wonder to those who stroll past.
Every second and fourth Saturdays of the month, bring your instrument and play along, or just come to listen to the Bluegrass Jam at The AgriCultural! (Formerly the Agricultural Heritage Museum) This event is free and open to the public.
Next Door to the Library
The Bookshop Under the Windmill is open Wed - Sat from 10 am to 2 pm. Find some great books, magazines, and movies... all at great prices! The Bookshop is run by the Friends of the Boerne Public Library. Funds raised through the shop go back to the PHPL!
PHPL Youth Activity Room
Join us for winter-themed STEM program for boys and girls that features fun science experiments YOU can do!
Patrick Heath Public Library
San Antonio author Michael P. Kihntopf is a historian that specializes in World War I history, through World War II. He has written several novels set during these times. He'll be in our Library today signing copies of his latest book, "Unexpected Twists: Berlin 1919 to Madrid 1936." Please stop by today and meet the author... especially if you are a fan of history!
Online via Zoom
Join local writer d. ellis phelps for writing sessions for all experience levels. During the 2 hour sessions, we’ll move through a variety of writing exercises designed for poetry, memoir, creative nonfiction and more. Space is limited so RSVP to Robin at 249-3053 or at [email protected] This is a Zoom program, and part of our Silver Library Initiative.
We have a special treat in store for those that meet with our Booktalk! program. Author Bernadette Nason will be joining us to talk about her memoir, "Tea in Tripoli," that discusses her time living and working in Libya during the 1980's. Please follow the Zoom link to join us - Saturday, January 8th at 2 pm!