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Summer Reading

On Thursdays at 4 PM

Classes are limited in size. Online registration begins on May 15th. Parents/caretakers are asked to stay on the library premises while their children are attending the program.


Mr.Pitts Cartoon Workshop
Thursday, June 12, 4:00 PM
Enhance your cartooning skills, learn to tell your own stories and put together your own mini comics.
*Sponsored by the Civic Club

Back Into Nature
Thursday, June 19, 4:00 PM
All-new adventures with David Womer and his cast of critters.
*Sponsored by Charles N. Reeves, D.D.S.

Magic Workshop
Thursday, June 26, 4:00 PM
Learn to perform sleight-of-hand magic tricks from master magician John O'Bryant.
*Sponsored by Rotary Club


Conservation Crusaders
Thursday, July10, 4:00 PM
Kids learn superhero powers, make their own capes and become certified Conservation Crusaders.
*Sponsored by McGinnis & Berger

Master Naturalists
Thursday, July 17, 4:00 PM
Another new & exciting surprise adventure with the Master Naturalists.
*Sponsored by David C.Junkin, Attorney at Law

Art Class with Casey Craig
Thursday, July 24, 4:00 PM
Create your own masterpiece with instructions from this local art teacher.
*Sponsored by Ozona National Bank and Angels for Elders


Wacky Wednesdays are scheduled for 10:30 AM. These programs feature a variety of entertainers: magicians, storytellers, puppeteers and more.  Programs last 45 minutes to an hour. The programs are designed for children K-5th grade, but siblings are welcome to attend if space permits.

June 11 Animals Adapt
Drusilla Woods entwines music, puppetry, and musical instruments. Her stories include scientific concepts of adaptation to nature that makes them both entertaining and educational.
*Sponsored by Stevens & Malone, LLP, and Independence Title Co.
June 18 Safari Greg from Austin Zoo
Experience the wild and wacky world of Safari Greg and his Amazing Urban Safari! Combining magic, comedy, and a wide array of animal friends, he creates a fun filled program that can only be described as a must-see experience for all ages.
*Sponsored by H-E-B.
June 25 Circus Chicken Dog
Six trick dogs, a scarlet macaw that sings and tells stories, and a clown/magician who juggles and rides a unicycle. This show is always a spectacle!
*Sponsored by Attendee Management, Inc. and Gina Fulkerson Law Office
July 2 Water Fair
Pedernales Electric Company presents a program that includes The Incredible Water Drop Journey, a watershed pollution model, and a rainfall simulator. Learn about drought, the beverage of life, and find the answer to the question of where in the world is water.
July 9 Bonzo Crunch
Comic magic presented with a warm and whimsical style of audience participation, spinning pizzas and balancing mops, juggling and circus skills. Belly-laugh fun galore!
*Sponsored by DeMasters-Daniels, and Mounger and Campbell, L.L.P.
July 16 Back Into Nature with David Womer
Join us for all-new adventures with Wimberley's favorite naturalist, David Womer, M.S., and his cast of critters.
*Sponsored by Blanco National Bank and Cypress Creek Animal Hospital, P.C.
July 23 Joe McDermott
Dubbed "The Maestro of Imagination" for his creative approach, and as one of the nation's top children's music recording artists, Joe identifies with children on a very basic level and presents a musical program with meaningful and well-thought-out themes.
*Sponsored by Gary Weeks & Co. Furniture Makers, and Julie Harris, Hills of Texas Realty

Come be a part of our

2014 Kick-off Celebration

on June 4th at 10:30 AM

John O'Bryant's Magic Show

Is jam-packed with comedy, magic, music, special effects, and audience participation. Selected twice for the "Best of San Antonio Award" in the Magicians category.

After the show there will be refreshments, face painting, horseback rides, crafts and more! Sponsored by the Friends of the Wimberley Village Library.

Overflow parking is available at Chapel of the Hills for all events.

Every summer the

Wimberley Village Library

offers an

Incentive Reading Program.

Research is clear that children who don't read during the summer can lose up to three months of reading progress and that loss has a cumulative effect.  The incentive reading program  is available for children ages 2 years though high school. Reading logs can be picked up at the library.  When a log is completed it can redeemed at the library for prizes. The incentive reading program begins the last day of school.