Pattie Mayfield, director of the Bertha Voyer Memorial Library in Honey Grove shared about their exhibit. ”
We currently have the Texas Vietnam Veterans Exhibit at our library. It is a prestigious – they have only been to large cities, we are the smallest site so far. The Artist of the exhibit, Don Dorsey told us [...]
Susan Mann, Laurie Mahaffey and Denice Carter
Lake Whitney is loving their new library! They held a grand opening on October 4 to celebrate their badly needed new library. Joining them was Susan Mann the Texas Library Association President and director of the Hillsboro Library, Laurie Mahaffey the executive director of CTLS, and Denise Carter [...]
CTLS would like to thank you for your support over the last year. Many of you responded to our survey for your feedback. Take a look at some of the things member libraries have done this last year. Find out more about our grants. It really was a great year!
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Join the new Lake Whitney Public Library as they celebrate their Grand Opening on Saturday, October 4 [...]
Friends of Hillsboro City Library Hosting George Boutwell
The Friends of Hillsboro City Library will welcome Central Texas Artist & Author George Boutwell for a noonday luncheon on Tuesday, September 9. It will be held at Historic City Hall, 127 East Franklin Street in Hillsboro. Boutwell will be discussing his book, Texas in My Windshield, which is an autobiography from over 40 years of [...]
A local book club and the Herman Brown Library will be joining forces to host a book tour launch and author signing on August 19th with Lisa Wingate. The event is free and open to the public. No reservations required! For more information, contact the Herman Brown Library in Burnet, TX at 512-715-5228.
The Comanche Public Library had a science program for students that took their robotics project to a State competition this year. The students presented a great demo. A local engineer spoke with them about his profession and encouraged the kids to study hard. Thanks to Margaret Waring for sharing these with us.
Thanks to a grant from the Texas State Library and Archives Commission, two Austin Public Library branches and two Austin Independent School District elementary schools have cooperated this year on a grant entitled “Connect4Literacy”. One of the activities was “Literacy Night” at the Carver Branch Library of the Austin Public Library. [...]
At the Lago Vista Library, Mardi Gras is one of the favorite holidays! Staff members put on beads and decorated the library, including the statue of the Little Reader! Library Director Jan Steele plans to include food next time. We hope to be invited for gumbo, king cake, and zydeco music.