April 20, 2023
Vendors will be set up at Herff Farm to supply you with some of your local favorites. Check their calendar for special events and programs each week.
This prestigious and lovely show is sure to have something for every antiques collector.
The Old Jail Museum
Tour the Old Jail Museum and enjoy its unique exhibits.
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.
Take a tour around the Kuhlmann- King property to step back in time.
Boerne Radio (KBRN FM 103.9 and AM 1500)
Enjoy storytime from the comfort of your home! In partnership with Boerne Radio (KBRN FM 103.9 and AM 1500) our library offers a radio storytime every Saturday at 7:45 a.m. We thank Mathnasium of Boerne for sponsoring this storytime. We are grateful to Boerne Radio for this opportunity to bring the wonder of literature to the community.
City Hall & Public Library Parking Lot
Come visit, meet the team, jump behind the wheel of a Waste Management truck, and learn about the recycling efforts within the City of Boerne. *Free shredding services available for Boerne residents. This is a partnership with the City of Boerne's Patrick Heath Public Library and Waste Management. Please remove all staples and paperclips prior to shredding.
Bookshop Under the Windmill - Next door to the Library
The Bookshop Under the Windmill is open Wednesday through Saturday from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Look for great books and DVDs, at great prices! The Bookshop is run by volunteers, and all proceeds benefit the Patrick Heath Public Library.
Bring your children to the quaint farm house at the Farmers Market at Herff Farm for a chocolate-themed storytime featuring tales, tunes, craft and tasty treat!
Patrick Heath Public Library Community Room
Join KLRN for a screening of clips from the PBS special "Becoming Frederick Douglass." followed by a discussion about the Abolitionist Movement, its connection to Kendall County, and beyond. Special guest for the program is Cary Clack, columnist with "The San Antonio Express News."