202 E. Hondo Ave.
The mission of the Driscoll Public Library is to serve the people of the Devine community by providing the materials, facilities and personnel required to meet the cultural, informational, and educational needs of the community with the resources made available; and to utilize these resources in a most prudent and fiscally responsible manner.
The Driscoll Public Library is a public facility funded by the tax payers of the City of Devine. Patrons are also drawn from the neighboring communities of Natalia, Moore, and Bigfoot. The Library is located on E Hondo Ave adjacent to the railroad track. It is an accredited member of the Texas State Library System.
The Library catalog includes books, audio books, periodicals, DVDs. and a digital library consisting of downloadable e-books, audio books, and videos. The collection also includes a local history area, which includes the local paper, Devine News, on microfilm. Our catalog is also available for review on line at http://driscoll.biblionix.com
The public access computers are equipped with a high speed Internet making it convenient for patrons to do research, homework, check e-mail, acquire weather reports, analyze stock, etc. The public access computers are also equipped with Microsoft software that allows patrons to prepare resumes, flyers, brochures, invitations, etc.
Children’s programs include a preschool Story Time, each Tuesday at 10:30 am, and the Summer Reading Program. The Summer Reading Program is held in June-August and includes live entertainment, crafts, movies and an eight week long reading challenge for ages 5 – 18. For information on other programming through out the year check out the community calendar located on the upper right side of this page.
Library tours may be arranged for schools, daycare providers, scout troops, and others by contacting the library at 830-663-2993.
The Library observes the following holidays: