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.
Aug. 18, 2017:
Read your teddy bear “to sleep” at the library on Friday, August 18th, between 4:00–5:30 pm. Pick-up your teddy bear at story time on Saturday, August 19th, at 11:00 am. Receive a free book and teddy bear blanket!
Take and AR test on any of the children’s computers and choose a prize from the TREASURE CHEST! This program is available to all kids registered at Alpine Elementary School entering grades 1-4 for the 2017-2018 school year.
All children ages 6-12 are invited to read at the library for one hour to receive a FREE wrist band to the City Pool! Sign in at the front desk after selecting your reading material. One free pass per person per day.
Little Free Libraries are free, community book exchanges – take a book, leave a book! They are set up at various locations around Alpine. Can you find them all? Pick up a locator map and activity booklet from the front desk. Return the completed booklet to the library and choose a prize from the TREASURE CHEST!!! Good Luck.
Explore digital media formats such as music, video, graphic, and Web design. Ages 13-18
June 14 and 28
July 12 and 26
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!
Meet in the Junior Area every Tuesday morning at 11:00 am for a reading of “Cinders: The Untold Story of Cinderella,” by Finley Arron. Grades 5-8.
Library Lizards is a thematic after-school club that promotes a love for reading. The program includes a story circle, games, inquiry-based activities, and a library exploration in the Children’s Area. All kids in grades 1-3 are welcome. Join us every Tuesday afternoon in the Community Room from 4:30-5:30 pm during the school year and from 3:00-4:00 pm during the months of June, July and August.
Parents are welcome but not required. Please use the hallway entrance to the Community Room.
The Science Club is a project-based learning experience that promotes critical thinking and supports STEM education. All kids in grades 4-6 meet from 4:00–5:30 p.m. on the listed Thursdays. Lesson plans are available upon request.
JUNE 22, Newspaper Chairs: Build a functional chair using newspaper and tape.
JULY 20, AQUAVISION: Distance Learning from the Texas State Aquarium with ZOOM technology. “Surviving Earth’s Biomes:” Investigate the Earth’s Biomes and interact with the different species of animals that live at the Texas State Aquarium.
AUG. 10 And 17, Roller Coaster Derby: Construct a roller coaster from wooden sticks and glue.