202 E. Hondo Ave.
The mission of Driscoll 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. We believe in the freedom to read, to learn, to discover, and in the transformative power of information, imagination, and ideas.
The Driscoll Public Library is a public facility funded by the taxpayers of the City of Devine. The service area includes the neighboring communities of Natalia, Moore, and Bigfoot. The library is an accredited member of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
The Library catalog includes books, audiobooks, DVDs, and a digital library available through the Libby App consisting of e-books, audiobooks, and movies. Our catalog is also available for review online at http://driscoll.biblionix.com/catalog.
Driscoll Public Library has 11 new public access computers with high-speed Internet and all the latest Microsoft Office software. There is also a private room set up for Telehealth use or online interviews, meetings, etc. To reserve the room, call the library for an appointment.
The library also offers free WiFi in and outside the library. Other services include Interlibrary Loan services, access to the TexShare libraries, a black/white copy machine, a color printer, incoming and outgoing fax service (1-800 numbers only), scanning services, and online access to Devine News archival copies and Devine School Yearbooks.
Programs include preschool story time on Tuesdays at 10:30 am, Lego Club 2nd Monday of the month, Art Club 4th Monday of the month, and a summer reading program. Programs are added often to keep up with all things happening at the library follow us on Facebook at Driscoll Public Library – Devine: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100079906335975&sk=about
The Library observes the following holidays: