All Children's and Young Adult in-person programs are cancelled due to COVID-19.

Story Time 

(September – Mid May)

All ages

We offer Story Time on Wednesdays at 10:30 am to 11:30 am to all ages. Story Time is open to children of all ages and capabilities. We meet for an hour for stories, crafts, and games.

Location: Story Time Room

Lego Lab 

(Sept. - Dec.)

All ages

Be a master builder at the library! The Story Time room will be open to build for all ages. Parent/Guardian supervision is required for children under 6 yrs.  (No registration required)

Location: Story Time Room

Make & Take

(Sept. - Dec.)

1st - 12th Grade

Join us for an open hour and a half of creativity. Projects for Make & Take will be announced every month. (No registration required)

Location: Story Time Room

‘Bots & Books 


3rd – 12th Grade

Using Lego Education WeDo 2.0 robotics kits, children will be building robots using Lego bricks and learning computer programming as they write code to make their robot complete tasks. Robotics programming opens the door to science and technology careers for children by sparking interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) subjects. The library is a natural space for encouraging informal learning.

Location: Story Time Room

Summer Programs (June – August)

Check back next Summer! 

For more information on Children's programming please contact Ms. Benavides
For more information on Young Adult programming please contact Mrs. Vazquez


Whats for Lunch?

September – May 1st,3rd, and 4th Thursday of the month

June – August Every Thursday

12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Whats for Lunch? is Val Verde County Library’s program for adult patrons and the public. Enjoy book discussions, presentations by authors, and a variety of other programs.

Location: Large Conference Room

Essentrics Gentle Stretch Class (Due to COVID-19 restrictions, all classes are cancelled until further notice.)


Essentrics Gentle Stretch is a slower paced workout aimed at regaining your mobility while slowly building strength and reawakening the power of your muscles. Participants will work out in bare feet to help with stability to ensure even your feet get a workout! This class is ideal for men and women of all ages who are looking for a gentle, slow tempo class. Wear comfortable clothes, grab your yoga mat and water, and join us. 

Location: Large Conference Room

1st Thursday Book Club (Due to COVID-19 restrictions, 1st Thursday Book Club will meet via Zoom. Registration is required.)

Our book club covers a wide variety of literary tastes.  

Upcoming 1st Thursday Book Club selections:

  • January: “The Book of Lost Friends” by Lisa Wingate

Zoom Registration:

  • February: “A Lady’s Guide to Etiquette and Murder” by Dianne Freeman (also available on hoopla)
  • March: “The Scent Keeper” by Erica Baurermeister (also available on hoopla)
  • April: “Autism in Heels” by Jennifer Cooke O’Toole (also available on hoopla)
  • May: “The Splendid and the Vile” by Erik Larson
  • June: “An American Marriage” by Tayari Jones (also available on hoopla)
  • July: “Of Literature & Lattes” by Katherine Reay (also available on hoopla)
  • August: "The Orphan Collector” by Ellen Marie Wiseman (also available on hoopla)  
  • September: "American Dirt” by Jeanine Cummins
  • October: "The Five: The Untold Lives of the Women Killed by Jack the Ripper” by Hallie Rubenhold (also available on hoopla)
  • November: "The Fifth Avenue Story Society” by Rachel Hauck (also available on hoopla)
  • December: "Miss Cecily’s Recipes for Exceptional Ladies” by Vicky Zimmerman (also available on hoopla)

Join our Facebook group, Shelf Indulgence at the VVCL, for more information about 1st Thursday Book Club and other library news.

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Fiber Arts (Due to COVID-19 restrictions, Fiber Arts is cancelled until further notice.)

January - May, September - December
This class is free to the public for teens and adults. Join us every first and third Saturday of the month from 2:00 – 4:00 pm in the Large Conference Room. If you’d like to learn how to crochet or knit, please join us. If you’d like to meet fellow fiber artists, bring your current project and join us. Currently, we are working on a service project – knitted lapghans, made from 9”x9” knitted squares, for our local nursing homes. You will need to bring the following items to the class: Size 8 knitting needles and Red Heart Super Saver Yarn or a similar weight yarn. You can get the patterns for the knitted squares at the Reference Desk. 

For more information on Adult programming please contact Ms. Galvan