Hondo Public Library
1011 19th Street
Hondo, TX 78861
Hour of Operations:
Mon. - Thurs. - 8:30am - 6:00pm
Fri. - 8:30am - 5:00pm
The mission of the Hondo Public Library is to provide and promote open access to reading, intellectual, and informational resources that will enrich and enlighten all segments of the community.
The Hondo Public Library is a public facility funded by the residents of Hondo through their taxes. The Library is located on the corner of Avenue K and Highway 90. It is an accredited member of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC).
The Library collection consists of books for all ages, periodicals, audio books, DVDs, and newspapers. The collection also includes a local history area.
Special collections include the Caregiver's Resource Center made possible by the Alzheimer's Association and the Celebration of Life Collection given in memory of Susan Porter Zuberbueler and Ginger Fohn by the Sigma Tau Sorority.
Computers are equipped with a high speed connection to the Internet making it convenient for patrons to do research, homework, check e-mail, analyze stock and do job searches and applications. The software on the computers allow patrons to prepare flyers, brochures, invitations, resumes and other printed documents.
Children's programs include Story Hour/Early Literacy and the Summer Reading Program. Highlighting the summer months is the ever popular Summer Reading Program sponsored by the Friends of the Hondo Public Library and Texas State Library and Archives Commission. The program begins the last week in May and runs through early July.
Library tours may be arranged for schools, daycare providers, scout troops, and others by contacting the library at 830-426-5333.
The Library has made historic records of the Hondo Anvil Herald available online! You can check them out by clicking here!
You can check out all the partners of the program by clicking here.
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