In accordance with our mission, the Alpine Public Library regularly offers programs that connect our diverse and geographically remote communities with information resources to encourage literacy and promote lifelong learning.
Oct. 22, 2019:
Join a park ranger from Texas Parks and Wildlife to learn about the traditions, festivities, and symbols of this colorful Mexican holiday. Includes hands-on craft activities. Great for kids ages 7–12. Meet in the Community Room at 4:30 pm.
Nov. 16, 2019:
Join a park ranger from Texas Parks and Wildlife to learn about an archeological site in Big Bend Ranch State Park have fun crafting an early form of clay pottery. Great for kids ages 7-12. Meet in the Community Room.
Shout It Out! is a children’s dance program for kids in grades 4 through 6. While learning group dance routines, kids will improve their coordination, physical fitness, listening skills, and have lots of fun! Two or three public performances will be scheduled. Practices are every Wednesday from 5:00pm-6:00pm in the Community Room beginning Sept. 4 and continue throughout the school year. Please contact the front desk to sign-up for this exciting, free program.
Instructor: Henry Segovia, SRSU/APL Intern
Join us for Ozobots, OzoBlockly, Cubelets, and Tinkercad every Tuesday afternoon starting September 10th, 2019. This is an open lab for kids in grades 1-6. Meet in the Community Room.
AR testing is available on computers 10, 11, 12, and 3. Take as many tests as you like and choose a prize from the TREASURE CHEST!
Toddler Time is an early literacy program for children ages 0-5. Join us every Thursday morning from 10:30-11:30 am for learning centers, reading, songs, finger plays, and musical movement.
Get all the information and materials you need to meet the goal of reading 1000 books to your child before the age of 5.
Packets are available at the front desk. Yes, you can do it!