Now open with "come and go" service to the public.
New Library Hours Monday — Thursday 10 a.m. — 6 p.m.,
10 a.m. — 4 p.m. on Friday and 10 a.m. — 2 p.m. on Saturday.
For the protection of library visitors and staff
there will be some new rules as we begin again:
Occupancy will be monitored to stay within guidelines.
The staff is wearing face masks to protect our patrons and face masks will be required for all patrons entering the building (the library has a limited number for sale at $1 if patron needs one) to protect other patrons and our staff.
No unaccompanied children under the age of 15 will be admitted.
Hands need either to be washed upon entering and/or hand sanitizer applied.
A noncontact thermometer will be used to check temperature of those entering.
The 6' social distancing rule must be observed (family groups excepted).
"Grab your books and go" — please limit visits to one hour or less.
Computer use will be prioritized for those with library cards (required!) needing to apply for benefits or jobs
To maintain 6' social distance with staff no assistance can be provided on computer use.
Visitors should not congregate but should maintain the 6' social distance at all times.
Curbside pickup for printed books and copies from attachments will continue to be offered to limit contact.
Story Hour will continue to be offered only on Facebook at 10:30 a.m. each Wednesday when books are read and activities are provided.
E-books and computer databaseaccess online will also continue 24/7/365.
The bookdrop on Garden Street is checked daily for returns.
Consult Facebook Page for most current information and updates.
The library phone number is 830/278-2017/FAX 830/278-4940.
Library Card Number
(All digits on your library card)
(Last four digits on your library card.)
To add an APP go to
Copy and paste this link to your browser to access the database.
Patrons under the age of 18 must have parental permission to use computers.
Internet/Word Processing :
Computers have a 1 person, 1 hour, 1 checkout per day.
Computers must be turned in when requested, failure to comply with these or any other library rules or laws will cause suspension of computer privileges.
What would you like to make? Thanks to a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Science administered by Texas State Library, our patrons can put the new 3-D printer to work. Using latest technology, 3-D printing (or rapid prototyping) or additive manufacturing is a process of making three dimensional solid objects from a digital file. The object being created is made through laying down successive layers of material (extruded PLA) until the finished object has been created, layer by layer. There is no charge for using the equipment, only pass through costs of material used at about .10c per gram. An amazing array of files have already been created on www.Thingiverse.com which allows users a vast selection of items to make from phone cases to decorations to body parts. Come try your creative hand at making something you need!
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EL PROGRESO MEMORIAL LIBRARY 301 W. MAIN STREET UVALDE, TEXAS 78801 830-278-2017 FAX 830-278-4940
MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY 10:00 a.m. -- 6:00 p.m. TUESDAY AND THURSDAY 10:00 a.m -- 7:00 p.m FRIDAY 10:a.m -- 4:00 p.m SATURDAY 10:00 a.m. -- 2;00 p.m