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Valley Mills Public Library

Welcome to the Valley Mills Public Library

NEW HOURS AT LIBRARY BEGINNING JUNE 11, 2024: TUES - FRI 11:00-12:00 AND 1:00 - 5:00 HOWEVER, CHILDREN'S PRE-SCHOOL PROGRAM STILL AT 2:30 ON TUES. AND 10:00 ON THURS. Library will be closed on June 19,2024 for holiday. The "Moms of the Valley" book club for young women was begun in October by our young board member Perla McMullen. It meets on the 3rd Sunday night at 6:30 at the library. The "Monday Morning Book Club" led by Donna Boyd will meet on the 3rd Monday of each month at 10:00 in the library. This month's book to be discussed is : Mapping Love and Death by Jacqueline Winspear. CHROMEBOOKS as well as old NOOKS with either children's books on them or adult books ARE AVAILABLE AT LIBRARY FOR CHECK OUT -- Restrictions for check out. Patron must have been in good standing for six-months, and sign a new form, providing DL as identification and either a current utility bill or proof of car insurance plus sign another form. Appointment necessary for that signing/ Remember also , we have new videos ! The Bosque Film Society donated 210 videos to the library and Alice Filler and Chip filler donated the collection of the late Jack Filler. With support from the community we will be continuing having artists during the year. Call 254-932-6370. Please call the library if you are interested in watercolor, oil painting or sketching lessons, pottery or calligraphy lessons. // -- Also, New Large Print books are now available through the Circuit from PLAN ( what used to be CTLS) in Austin YOU WILL HAVE TO HAVE A CURRENT LIBRARY CARD AND HAVE DOWNLOADED the LIBBY App or Overdrive app ONTO YOUR DIGITAL DEVICE TO ACCESS E-BOOKS. Those directions are in the Oct 13, 2021 Valley Mills Progress ( newspaper) ------------- or come by the library for help. Also, keep up with us through Facebook.

 •Public access computers


•Books and Nooks 

•Monday Morning Book club -

                                                           3rd Monday of the month

                                                            Call for details






   Book club - watch for email.



You are true friends and neighbors! Many of you were there for me when my doors opened for the first time.  You have bought me books.  You stacked my shelves, dusted my corners, swept my porch, brought me flowers.  You keep me company all during the week.  You have entrusted me with your children and grandchildren.  You invite friends to come and visit.  To keep me in "business", you bake all kinds of "goodies" for bake sales and kindly buy as well.  You open your homes to the community to show how much you like me! You bring all kinds of "good stuff" to my garage sale every spring.

That's right--when I am in need, you are there for me.  I can't thank you enough.

I want to be a good neighbor in return.  I have an awesome responsibility to all my friends in Valley Mills.  I want to provide you with the knowledge of all ages -- to keep your minds active.  I want to bring people of our community together -- a place to meet, talk, discover, renew friendships, make new friends.  I want to help you learn new things, find jobs, help you "climb your family tree".

Just tell me what you would like for me to do to help you, and I will do my best to find the resources to do it.  After all, that is what good friends do.


The Valley Mills Public Library

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