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Whitewright Public Library

Library Programs

Storytime (Toddler/Pre-School)

Program is on Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. and will last approximately 45 minutes. It's focused on children not yet in school, but older siblings are also welcome to attend.

We’ll have stories and crafts you can make here or take home. Miss the program? We’ll have a limited number of craft packets for you to take and make.

Game Night - On hiatus

This afterschool program is on Thursday night until closing. It’s aimed at high school age, but we’re open to other groups (ex. a separate program for middle school or homeschoolers).

The library has over 50 games, ranging from checkers to Dungeons & Dragons, and much more. The game to be played is selected by participants, and game donations are appreciated.

Homeschool Connection

1st Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. is a time for parent networking, with kids participating in a special Storytime. Aimed at K-8 age level, and younger or older siblings are welcome to attend.


3rd Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m. is our STEM club for homeschool students. Read more about TAME Clubs (Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering)


1st Tuesday at 4 p.m., with participants able to either craft a LEGO project on the monthly theme, or free build.

Check out Lego’s free LEGO® Life Magazine. You can subscribe for 5 issues per year for FREE, and all issues are also available online. See site for details.

Summer Reading

Summer programming takes place in June/July with programs aimed at Pre-K and Elementary ages.